Q1. ____ refers to the apparent cause(s) and developmental course of an illness. a. Etiology b. Diag

Q1. ____ refers to the apparent cause(s) and developmental course of an illness. a. Etiology b. Diagnosis c. Prognosis d. ConcordanceQ2. Sarah hears voices that tell her to shoot Dr. Laura. She is experiencing a. delusions. b. compulsions. c. a phobic reaction. d. hallucinations.Q3. Compulsion is to ‘action’ as obsession is to a. fear. b. thought. c. emotion. d. behavior.Q4. ____ involves habitually engaging in out-of-control overeating followed by unhealthy compensatory efforts, such as self-induced vomiting and excessive exercise. a. Amenorrhea b. Osteoporosis c. Bulimia nervosa d. Anorexia nervosaQ5. The current DSM uses a system of classification that asks for judgments about individuals on five separate dimensions. This approach is termed a ____ system. a. multiaxial b. dimensional c. statistical d. multi-taskingQ6. People who lose contact with portions of their consciousness or memory, and experience disruptions in their sense of identity, would most likely be considered as having which of the following types of disorders? a. schizophrenia b. anxiety disorders c. dissociative disorders d. somatoform disordersQ7. The typical age of onset for obsessive-compulsive disorder is a. early childhood. b. early adolescence. c. late adolescence. d. middle adulthood.Q8. Sarah hears voices that tell her to shoot Dr. Laura. She is experiencing a. delusions. b. compulsions. c. a phobic reaction. d. hallucinations.Q9. Jerry is terrified of snakes, even though he lives in midtown Manhattan and only sees snakes at pet shops and zoos. He is probably suffering from a. panic disorder. b. phobic disorder. c. generalized anxiety disorder. d. obsessive-compulsive disorder.Q10. The fear of snakes and spiders is very common in people. Seligman (1971) would probably explain this with the idea of a. experience. b. learning history. c. ego comparison history. d. preparedness.Q11. In ____ disorders, people show persistent feelings of sadness and despair and a loss of interest in previous sources of pleasure. a. manic b. phobic c. depressive d. conversionQ12. The two basic types of mood disorders are a. major and minor. b. somatoform and cognitive. c. unipolar and bipolar. d. disruptive and non-disruptive.Q13. ____ are unconscious defense maneuvers intended to hinder the progress of therapy. a. Resistance b. Transference c. Interpretation linkage d. Free association linkageQ14. Which of the following statements regarding the evaluation of behavior therapies is accurate? a. Behavior therapists historically have placed little emphasis on measuring therapeutic outcomes. b. Behavior therapies are well suited for the treatment of virtually any psychological problem. c. There is favorable evidence on the efficacy of most of the widely used behavioral interventions. d. Behavior therapists generally have a difficult time measuring progress, due to the nature of their therapeutic goals.Q15. Which of the following has been treated successfully with aversion therapy? a. schizophrenia b. alcohol dependence c. dissociative identity disorder d. obsessive-compulsive disorderQ16. Psychoanalysis is a therapy that emphasizes a. self-fulfillment. b. behavioral intervention. c. self-concept congruency. d. unconscious conflict.Q17. Unconditional positive regard is one of the keys to cognitive therapy. a. true b. falseQ18. When comparing behavior therapy with insight therapy, researchers conclude that the differences are a. small, but favor behavioral approaches. b. small, but favor the insight approaches. c. large, favoring the behavioral approaches. d. large, favoring the insight approaches.Q19. Prozac, which is commonly used to treat depression, belongs to a class of antidepressants called a. diazepam. b. MAO inhibitors. c. atypical antidepressants. d. selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors.Q20. Insight therapy provides a. positive effects for a minority of clients. b. a unified approach to psychotherapeutic mechanisms of action. c. diverse approaches with common factors. d. little evidence of any effective treatment.Q21. ____ is an incurable side effect marked by chronic tremors and involuntary spastic movements sometimes caused by antipsychotics. a. Disorganized schizophrenia b. Catatonic schizophrenia c. Tic disorder d. Tardive dyskinesiaQ22. In their provision of therapy, psychiatrists tend to emphasize ____ treatments. a. group b. behavioral c. biomedical d. humanisticQ23. Which of the following drugs has been found to be beneficial in the treatment of depressed patients while creating the fewest side effects? a. tricyclics b. selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors c. diazepam d. MAO inhibitorsQ24. If a client in psychoanalysis attempts to lead the therapist away from sensitive issues, the client is displaying a. resistance. b. transference. c. over-interpretation. d. free association linkage.Q25. ____ is the simultaneous treatment of several clients together. a. Client-centered therapy b. Group therapy c. Insurance fraud d. Insight therapy