Quiz: Chapter Eleven Overview

Question 1 1 pts
Most prevalence estimates for internalizing problems and disorders indicate that they:
Group of answer choices

Occur with greater frequency in girls than in boys

Occur with greater frequency in boys than in girls

Occur at the same frequency between boys and girls

None of the above

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Question 2 1 pts
Which of the following is not one of the three common uses of the term depression?
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Depression as symptom

Depression as a syndrome

Depression as a cause

Depression as a disorder

Flag question: Question 3

Question 3 1 pts
Which of the following does not include Kazdin’s (1988) three general classes of behavioral codes that could be used for direct observational assessment of childhood depression?
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Social activity

Solitary behavior

Affect-related expression

Mood displays.

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Question 4 1 pts
A major difficulty with the use of sociometric assessment for measuring internalizing problems is:
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that subjective internal states, thought patterns, and other covert characteristics may not be observed easily,

Both a and c

Very young informants may lack the maturity to make differentiations between subtle emotional characteristics

None of the above

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Question 5 1 pts
According to (S. M. Miller, Boyer, & Rodoletz, 1990. the clinical interview is perhaps the most widely used method for the assessment of internalizing problems
Group of answer choices

True

False

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Question 6 1 pts
Self-concept seems to be an important construct in the overall psychological and social functioning of children and adolescents, and it may have significant implications for youth with internalizing problems
Group of answer choices

True

False

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Question 7 1 pts
Lewinsohn’s (1974) highly influential model suggested that
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There is a strong relationship between “loss” and childhood depression,

The disruption of pleasurable and otherwise reinforcing events may predispose a person to depression,

Successive shocks or trauma predispose individuals to more easily develop the problem in the future.

Hyperreactivity of the amygdala can contribute to differences in how one perceives negative events.

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Question 8 1 pts
Which one of the following does not include one of the general diagnostic categories of the DSM system.
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Depressive Disorders,

Manic and Emotional Disorders

Anxiety Disorders,

Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders,

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Question 9 1 pts
The Children’s Depression Inventory (CDI) (Kovacs, 1980–1981, 1991):
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is a 17-item self-report measure of depressive symptoms for use with school-age children and adolescents (aged six to 17.

is a 27-item self-report measure of depressive symptoms for use with school-age children and adolescents (aged six to 17.

is a 27-item self-report measure of depressive symptoms for use with school-age children and adolescents (aged five to 10.

is a 14-item self-report measure of depressive symptoms for use with all school age children.

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Question 10 1 pts
Which of the following is true of the term depression?
Group of answer choices

Definitions and distinctions are not needed when assessing depression

The broad use of the term has been beneficial in various research literature

It may be construed to indicate a broad range of behaviors, characteristics, and symptoms.

All of the above

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