PSY 303 Week 5 Quiz, SOLVED

PSY 303 Week 5 Quiz, SOLVED

PSY 303 Week 5 Quiz, SOLVED

1. Even though the US Drug Enforcement Administration raised doubts about the safety and addictive qualities of 2. According to the Generation Rx film, what happened to information regarding the link between Prozac and suicide? 3. Gordon was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol. His blood alcohol concentration was 0.12. Concentrations below _____ percent usually produce feelings of relaxation, with minimal cognitive or motor effects; however, for Gordon he was well over this amount 4. According to the Generation Rx film, what advertising method did pharmaceutical companies use to advertise psychiatric drugs specifically to children? 5. John has been abusing alcohol for well over 25 years. He has finally hit rock bottom and is beginning a detoxification program at the local hospital. On day three he begins to experience hallucinations, shaking, and extreme nausea. John is having ________________. 6. This Viennese physician treated patients who suffered from hysteria. They would complain of physical ailments but upon further examination they had no physical symptoms. 7. Antisocial personality disorder is the diagnosis used for individuals over the age of ___, whereas conduct disorder is applied to people under ___. 8. The Maladaptive Perspective considers behavior to be abnormal if: 9. The disorder formerly known as Asperger’s 10. Tourette’s disorder is characterized by 11. Which of the following perspectives is used to define abnormalities of psychology? 12. An individual with a Cluster B disorder is often seen as 13. The DSM-5 is published by who? 14. Persistent depressive disorder 15. This theory of psychology proposes that dysfunction begins in infancy, and emphasizes the importance of unconditional positive regard as a vehicle for becoming constructive and productive adults 16. Which of the following would be classified as a parasomnia? 17. The work of ___________ challenged commonly held ideas about American sexual behavior. 18. Rob has always been a lady’s man so he is quite distressed that at age 55 he is having difficulty attaining and maintaining an erection. Rob may be suffering from ____________________ disorder. 19. If a female suffers from anorexia nervosa, the textbook’s author suggests that 20. _______________disorder is one of the most common complaints of people who seek treatment for sexual problems. 21. Pseudomedical complaints in otherwise healthy people can be an indication of _____________. 22. People with depersonalization disorder 23. Randall often has a sense that he is living in a dream and that the world around him is not real. Which of the following describes this type of experience? 24. According to the DSM-5, ____________________ refers to pain during sex for females. It is diagnosed only when the pain is believed to have a strong psychological component. 25. Factitious disorder is also known among psychologists as 26. In this imaging technique, blood flow is monitored while people perform cognitive tasks. The changes in blood flow indicate which parts of the brain are active. 27. Which of the following Dementia deficits is characterized as a failure to recognize familiar objects despite normal vision, touch and hearing? 28. Which potential symptom of Schizophrenia is described as the belief that an individual has some extraordinary talent or power? 29. One vital issue with the treatment of major neurocognitive disorder due to Alzheimer’s disease or dementia is that 30. While clozapine is an atypical antipsychotic medication that has a reduced occurrence of extrapyramidal side effects, it does carry about a 1% risk of causing __________, which is a potentially lethal blood condition
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