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Strayer University PSY 105 Week 9 Quiz 1)Question:__is used to help psychological professionals diagnose psychological disorders


Strayer University

PSY 105

Week 9 Quiz

1)Question:__is used to help psychological professionals diagnose psychological disorders.


  1. Question: The primary purpose of the DSM-IV-TR is to                               .



  1. Question: Dr. Nwoambi is a psychologist who is currently evaluating a new client. Dr. Nwoambi would most likely refer to the                                  to assist her in diagnosing her client’s psychological disorder.






  1. Question: Excessive or unrealistic fearfulness and anxiety are characteristic of                                                                                                                                                                                        .
  2. Question: Which of the following statements is true about anxiety?
  3. Question: Which of the following is an anxiety disorder?
  4. Question: Miguel has a great job, is well educated, and has a loving family. Despite these positive aspects of his life, he experiences anxiety every day. When asked by his therapist the reason for his anxiety, he says, “I don’t know why. I don’t have any reason to feel anxious, yet I worry all the time.” The therapist diagnoses Miguel as having                                                  anxiety.


  1. Question: Free-floating anxiety refers to anxiety that is                                                                                                                                        .
  2. Question: Manny has such an intense fear of flying insects that he hardly ever goes outside his house during the summer months. He is probably suffering from a                        .


  1. Question: An irrational, persistent fear of something is called a                                                                                                                                                    .
  2. Question: Arlene has an irrational fear of flying in airplanes. She is probably suffering from a                                                                                                                                                                                                                     .


  1. Question: An anxiety disorder that involves a fear of interacting with others or being in a social situation is called                       .


  1. Question: Fear of public speaking and stage fright are both examples of phobias.
  2. Question: People who have a(n)                     are afraid of being evaluated in some negative way by others, so they tend to avoid situations that can be embarrassing.


  1. Question: Fears of snakes, thunderstorms, darkness, and water are classified as phobias.
  2. Question: An irrational fear of some object or specific situation is called                                                                                                                                                                    .
  3. Question: Which occupation would be especially difficult for a person who suffers from acrophobia?
  4. Question: Ted runs from the biology laboratory straight to his therapist’s office. He is sweating and fear is etched on his face. He asks the therapist to apologize to his teacher and says he hopes she will understand that his arachnophobia made it difficult for him to                                       .



  1. Question: Fear of being in a place or situation from which escape is difficult or impossible if something should go wrong is called                           .


  1. Question: Your aunt has a fear that makes it difficult for her to leave her home. She feels trapped and is unable to work or engage in any type of activity that requires going outside of her home. You are not surprised when you find out your aunt is diagnosed with                                                      .


  1. Question: A disorder in which intruding thoughts that occur again and again are followed by repetitive, ritualistic behavior meant to lower the anxiety caused by the thoughts is called                                   disorder.


  1. Question: Intruding thoughts that occur again and again are called                                 . Repetitive, ritualistic behaviors are called                         .
  2. Question: George is suffering from an obsessive-compulsive disorder. If he tries to stop his compulsive behaviors, he is likely to experience                              .


  1. Question: Each day, while Sid is sitting at his desk at work, he continually thinks about germs. Each time this occurs, he washes his hands. Sid probably suffers from                                         .


  1. Question: Which of the following is the term used to describe a sudden onset of extreme panic with various symptoms including racing heart, rapid breathing, and sweating?


  1. Question: Darcy is sitting at her desk in her office one day when, without warning, her heart begins racing rapidly, she has a sensation of being “out of her body,” and she experiences dulled vision and hearing, rapid breathing, and sweating. She thinks she is having a heart attack. Nothing she is doing seems to have caused such an episode. Her symptoms most resemble                                       .



  1. Question: An anxiety disorder characterized by frequent panic attacks that affect the person’s ability to function in day-to-day living is called                                 .



  1. Question: Rey always has panic attacks when he is in crowds. Lately, they occur so frequently and unexpectedly that he avoids any place or situation where he expects to be among large groups of people. Rey is most likely to be diagnosed with                                .



  1. Question: A disorder in which excessive anxiety and worry occur more days than not for at least six

months is called                                         .


  1. Question: Leo worries all of the time. He worries about his money, his children, and his dog. His muscles are always tense and sore, he has trouble sleeping, is often irritable, and has difficulty concentrating. Leo’s

symptoms sound most like                         .

  1. Question: The type of therapy that involves talking things out with a professional is called                                         .     


  1. Question: Lulu sees a therapist once a week. During her therapy sessions, she discusses issues and events that have impacted her life. Her therapist helps her to understand how these events and issues have affected her. The type of therapy Lulu is seeking is called                              .
  2. Question: Lulu sees a professional once a month to manage the medication she is taking to help alleviate the symptoms of her anxiety disorder. The type of therapy Lulu is undergoing is called                                         .


  1. Question: Therapies aimed mainly at understanding one’s motives and actions are referred to as


  1. Question: The major goal of insight therapies is to give people                                                                                                                                            .
  2. Question: Therapies directed at changing the disordered behavior are referred to as                                                                                                                                                                                                  .



  1. Question: A therapist is interested in helping her client get a clearer understanding of his motives and actions. This therapist is most likely to be a/an                             .


  1. Question: A therapist is interested in helping his client change his disordered behavior. This therapist is most likely to be a/an                                    .


  1. Question: The type of therapy that uses biological treatments such as medication, surgical methods, and electrical shock treatments to bring about changes in the person’s disordered behavior is called                                .
  2. Question: A type of therapy in which clients meet regularly in a group setting and discuss problems under the guidance of a single therapist is called                                     therapy.


  1. Question: An advantage to group therapy is that groups                                                                                                                             .
  2. Question: Which of the following is a disadvantage of group therapy?
  3. Question: Family counseling is a form of     therapy.                                
  4. Question: John and his wife are having trouble communicating and getting along with one another. Which type of therapy is most likely to help them with their problems?



  1. Question: Saleem has been seeing a therapist because she cannot adjust to her new husband’s children from a previous marriage. Although she dearly loves her husband, she feels awkward and embarrassed in front of the children. The therapist suggests that she bring her husband and his children with her to the next session so she can see them interact. Saleem is probably seeing a                                             .


  1. Question: A goal of family therapy is to                                                                                                      .
  2. Question: Most family therapists who work with couples concentrate on                                                    .





  1. Question: A group composed of people who have similar problems and who meet together without a therapist or counselor for the purpose of discussion, problem solving, and social and emotional support is called                        .



  1. Question: Alcoholics Anonymous is a particularly well-known                                                                                                                                             .


  1. Question: Which of the following is an advantage of self-help groups?



  1. Question: Lydia is a divorced mother who attends meetings with peers who share the same problems and stressful situations. There is no professional facilitating these meetings. What type of sessions is Lydia attending?




  1. Question: Which person might benefit the most from a group therapy environment?
  2. Question: An advantage of group therapy is that it                                                                                                                             .


  1. Question: Beck’s cognitive therapy is particularly effective in the treatment of                                                                    .



  1. Question: Which of these clients is the most likely candidate for Aaron Beck’s form of cognitive therapy?
  2. Question: Therapy that depends on identifying and changing distorted thinking and unrealistic beliefs is


  1. Question: DeMario’s wife, Marta, asks him if he wants some help cutting the grass and weeding the garden. He declines the offer and feels “blue” for the rest of the day because he keeps thinking, “Marta


thinks I am getting older and losing my physical abilities.” What type of cognitive distortion is involved here?


  1. Question: Your friend has applied to several medical schools. After receiving one rejection letter, she concludes that she will not be admitted to any school and feels depressed. Your friend is engaging in


  1. Question: Azdah’s teenage son fails his mathematics exam due to lack of studying. She immediately assumes that it is her fault. Azdah is engaging in                              .



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