Quiz 4

Question 1 (1 point)

Which disorder develops after experiencing a shocking, dangerous, or otherwise traumatic event?
Question 1 options:
A) Major Depressive disorder
B) Post-Traumatic Stress disorder
C) Dissociative disorder
D) Schizophrenia

Question 2 (1 point)

Dr. Jones has a Ph.D. and usually treats people with major depressive disorder and specific phobias. Dr. Jones probably is a
Question 2 options:
A) counselor
B) clinical psychologist
C) social worker
D) psychiatrist

Question 3 (1 point)

Dr. Benoitte has an M.D. and usually treats people with bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. Dr. Benoitte probably is a:
Question 3 options:
A) counselor
B) clinical psychologist
C) social worker
D) psychiatrist

Question 4 (1 point)

Alana is a psychologist who treats patients with depression.  She must refer her patients to a psychiatrist for their medication.  Why?
Question 4 options:
A) She has a master’s degree in psychology that does not qualify her to write prescriptions
B) She did not go to medical school so she is not a medical doctor
C) A psychiatrist, not a psychologist has a degree in medicine
D) all of the above are correct

Question 5 (1 point)

When you get into your car and a bell begins ringing over and over to remind you to fasten your seat belt, you do fasten it so as to avoid hearing the bell continuing to ring.  Behavioral therapists might agree that this is a type of ____.
Question 5 options:
A) aversion as in aversion therapy
B) catastrophizing as in cognitive therapy
C) analysis as in free association
D) self-medicating as in biomedical therapy

Question 6 (1 point)

Ms. Harding has a master’s degree and usually treats people with minor depression and communication problems. Ms. Harding probably is a
Question 6 options:
A) counselor
B) clinical psychologist
C) mental health nurse
D) psychiatrist

Question 7 (1 point)

This fairly new procedure uses an electromagnetic field to treat depression and anxiety disorders.  The procedure is non-invasive and has few side effects.  As many as 30 treatment sessions are necessary to re-train the brain to minimize feelings of depression and anxiety.
Question 7 options:
A) Transcranial Magnetic stimulation
B) Deep Brain stimulation
C) Electroconvulsive therapy
D) Systematic desensitization
E) Operant conditioning

Question 8 (1 point)

These disorders are characterized by persistent deficits in social communication and social interactions along with restricted, negative patterns of behavior, interests, or activities such as repetitive movements and inflexible adherence to routines
Question 8 options:
A) bipolar disorders
B) dissociative disorders
C) schizophrenia
D) autism spectrum disorders

Question 9 (1 point)

Echolalia is typically associated with
Question 9 options:
A) schizophrenia
B) dissociative identity disorder
C) autism spectrum disorder
D) bipolar disorder

Question 10 (1 point)

Hoarding, Trichotillomania, and Excoriation are all disorders related to
Question 10 options:
A) Dissociative disorders
B) Anxiety disorders
C) Depressive disorders
D) Obsessive-compulsive disorder

Question 11 (1 point)

The prescription of drugs in the treatment of psychological disorders is a feature of
Question 11 options:
A) cognitive-behavioral therapy
B) psychoanalytical therapy
C) biomedical therapy
D) client-centered therapy

Question 12 (1 point)

The apparent causation and developmental history of an illness is known as the
Question 12 options:
A) diagnosis
B) etiology
C) prognosis
D) comorbidity

Question 13 (1 point)

This type of therapy is widely used in schools where desired behaviors are rewarded and positively reinforced to increase those behaviors.
Question 13 options:
A) Transcranial Magnetic stimulation
B) Deep Brain stimulation
C) Electroconvulsive therapy
D) Systematic desensitization
E) Operant conditioning

Question 14 (1 point)

According to the medical model, a psychological disorder is viewed as
Question 14 options:
A) only treatable by physicians
B) resulting from deficiencies in brain chemicals
C) a disease
D) only treatable in hospitals

Question 15 (1 point)

A severe disorder that involves delusion, hallucinations, and grossly disorganized behavior is called
Question 15 options:
A) schizophrenia
B) dissociative disorder
C) autism spectrum disorder
D) bipolar disorder

Question 16 (1 point)

According to the content covered in this unit, the judgment of the normality of an individual’s behavior can be based on the degree of
Question 16 options:
A) personal distress he or she experiences
B) deviant behavior he or she displays
C) maladaptive functioning he or she experiences
D) any of these

Question 17 (1 point)

A prognosis
Question 17 options:
A) is a plan for treating an illness.
B) involves distinguishing one illness from another.
C) is a forecast about the probable course of an illness.
D) refers to the apparent causation and developmental history of an illness.

Question 18 (1 point)

Dr. Johnson explained to his client that obsessive-compulsive disorder appears to be heavily influenced by biological causes.  Dr. Johnson is explaining the ______ of the disorder.
Question 18 options:
A) diagnosis
B) etiology
C) prognosis
D) psychology

Question 19 (1 point)

The process of distinguishing one illness from another is called:
Question 19 options:
A) diagnosis
B) etiology
C) prognosis
D) comorbidity

Question 20 (1 point)

A vocal critic of the medical model cited in your readings for this unit is
Question 20 options:
A) Thomas Szasz
B) Sigmund Freud
C) William Lennox
D) OpenStax College

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