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1.  People beh  1.  People behave best when they are:
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2.  People beh2.  In regard to the anxiety disorder known as OCD, which of the following would NOT be an example of a behavioral compulsion?
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3.  3.  Which of the following is a symptom of the mood disorder known as mania?
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4.  4.  In studies of bipolar patients who experience rapid cycling, it has been found that as many as 90% are:
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5.  5.  Current research into neurotransmitter systems has produced the "permissive" hypothesis, which states that:
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6.  6.  In Aaron Beck's depressive cognitive triad, individuals think negatively about all of the following EXCEPT:
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D.
7.  7.  Clinical studies have shown that 50 to 75 percent of patients taking Prozac will experience:
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D.
8.  8.  Although the mood stabilizing drug lithium is the preferred treatment for bipolar disorder, patient compliance has been a problem. Patients often stop taking their lithium, even though it is effective in stabilizing their moods, because they:
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D.
9.  9.  In comparing electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) to antidepressant medication, all of the following statements are accurate EXCEPT:
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B.
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10.  10.  Although glorifying and romanticizing suicide in the media contributes to copycat suicides, it is more likely that the person copying the suicide is:
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C.
D.
11.  11.  Amy is a young woman who is very competitive and comes from a high achieving, wealthy family. She is very social and likes the fact that she is quite popular. She believes that her popularity is dependent on the weight and shape of her body. Amy has a boyfriend but worries that she may care more about their relationship than he does. The feature that puts Amy most at risk for an eating disorder such as bulimia is her:
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12.  12.  Most drugs under study as treatments for bulimia target the ____ system.
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13.  13.  When considering all the factors that influence the development of eating disorders, e.g., anorexia and bulimia, it is apparent that the ____ is unique when compared to factors that affect the development of other psychological disorders.
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14.  14.  Outcome research regarding the long-term success of treatment for eating disorders indicates that:
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D.
15.  15.  Sleep research suggests that:
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D.
16.  16.  Sam sleeps for eight or more hours every night but never feels rested. He can't understand why he is always tired despite the fact that he reports no difficulties with the quality or quantity of his sleep. Of the following, Sam's most likely diagnosis is:
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B.
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D.
17.  17.  Psychosocial interventions such as stress reduction techniques for chronically ill individuals are thought to affect the disease process via the immune system in all of the following ways EXCEPT:
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B.
C.
D.
18.  18.  A woman who has successfully run several marathons is more likely to tolerate high levels of pain than a novice runner because of:
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B.
C.
D.
19.  19.  A treatment for chronic fatigue syndrome developed by Michael Sharpe includes all of the following EXCEPT:
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B.
C.
D.
20.  20.  Which of the following is true regarding sexuality?
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D.
21.  21.  The incidence of gender identity disorder is: 
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B.
C.
D.
22.  22.  A boy who consistently behaves in feminine ways is exhibiting:
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B.
C.
D.
23.  23.  The most common of all the male sexual dysfunctions is: 
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B.
C.
D.
24.  24.  The experience of vaginismus is highest in:
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C.
D.
25.  25.  One psychological aspect of voyeurism and exhibitionism that seems to maintain the disordered behavior is:
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D.
26.  26.  Of the various hypothesized influences of paraphilia, the ones that we know the least about involve:
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D.
27.  27.  Alll of the following are symptoms of withdrawal from alcohol EXCEPT:
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D.
28.  28.  Enkephalins and endorphins are natural opioids found in:
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D.
29.  29.  Research with soldiers and adolescents suggests that people often use substances to:
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D.
30.  30.  Relapse prevention refers to a treatment mode which views relapse as:
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D.
31.  31.  All of the following are necessary conditions for the diagnosis of a personality disorder EXCEPT:
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C.
D.
32.  32.  The language barrier of refugees from other countries and people with hearing impairments may make these individuals particularly susceptible to:
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B.
C.
D.
33.  33.  One prevalent outcome for individuals with schizoid personality disorder is:
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D.
34.  34.  Which of the following is the most likely model to explain the cause of borderline personality disorder?
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35.  35.  The personality disorder that sociologists have associated with the increased attention to individualism, competitiveness, success and the short-term pleasure seeking of the "me generation" is ____ personality disorder. 
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B.
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D.
36.  36.  Individuals who keep to themselves because they are anxious and fearful of rejection are likely to be diagnosed with ____ personality disorder.
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B.
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D.
37.  37.  The personality disorder characterized by unreasonable fear of abandonment, fear of being rejected, avoidance of disagreement, inability to make decisions for oneself and clinging behavior is ____ personality disorder.
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D.
38.  38.  Which of the following is accurate in regard to the long-term outlook for schizophrenic patients?
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39.  39.  In which of the following disorders are hallucinations and delusions NOT part of the symptom pattern?
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40.  40.  How do the delusions in delusional disorder differ from the delusions in paranoid schizophrenia?
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41.  41.  Research studies focusing on genetic factors in schizophrenia have found that:
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42.  42.  Making the diagnosis of schizophrenia is controversial because:
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43.  43.  What is the generic name of the antipsychotic medication Thorazine?
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44.  44.  Psychological disorders are considered developmental disorders when there is a:
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45.  45.  The hypothesis that attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) may be influenced by toxins, food additives, or diet:
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46.  46.  All of the following side effects EXCEPT ____ are associated with the medications, Ritalin and Cylert, which are used to treat attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder.
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D.
47.  47.  Mr. Smith (age 72) is brought to the hospital emergency room. Mr. Smith's son explains that his father woke up this morning and was "not himself." Mr. Smith appears confused, agitated and a bit frightened. He does not know his own name and cannot recognize his son. Mr. Smith's son reports that his father had been completely fine with no symptoms prior to that morning. Mr. Smith appears to be suffering from:
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B.
C.
D.
48.  48.  Which of the following individuals has the greatest risk of developing Alzheimer's type dementia?
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D.
49.  49.  Higher levels of education and Alzheimer's disease are associated with:  
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D.
50.  50.  Parkinson's disease is associated with:
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