According to the authors of the journal article for Forum 3, recipients of social support are often: Avery pleased Bsometimes worse off Cresentful Dwell-adjusted

PSYC
406 Week 3 Quiz 3

Question 1 of 25 20 Points

According to the authors
of the journal article for Forum 3, recipients of social support are often:

Avery pleased
Bsometimes worse off
Cresentful
Dwell-adjusted
Question 2 of 25 20 Points

According to the journal
article for Forum 3, recipients of social support may experience:

Alowered self-esteem
Bfeelings of indebtedness
Creceiving the wrong kind
of support
DAll of the above
Question 3 of 25 20 Points

The authors of the
journal article for Forum 3 hypothesize:

Ahaving insecure attachment
history with parents causes one to benefit from emotional support in
adulthood
Bhaving secure attachment
history with parents causes one to benefit from emotional support in
adulthood
Chaving secure attachment
history with parents causes one to benefit from instrumental support in
adulthood
Dhaving an insecure
attachment history with parents causes no notable differences in response to
emotional support in adulthood
Question 4 of 25 20 Points

According to Bowlby, as
cited in the journal article for Forum 3, the earliest working models:

Aare in response to
interactions with significant caregivers
Bare formed while a fetus
Care formed during
adolescence
Dare in response to
cultural prompts
Question 5 of 25 20 Points

Central to the study of
psychopathology is a definition of _____________________

Asociety
Bvalues
Cnorms
Dculture
Question 6 of 25 20 Points

When attempting a
diagnosis, cultural analysis may describe a variability in the
____________________ of a mental illness

Adisability degree
Bprevalence
Cmanifestation
Dall of the above
Question 7 of 25 20 Points

A primary message in the
Surgeon General’s 2001 USDHHS report was:

Aculture is variable
Bculture counts
Cculture is changing
Dculture is missing
Question 8 of 25 20 Points

The ultimate goal of
psychopathological research is to:

Asupport the DSM-IV-TR
Bvalidate Western treatment
protocols
Calleviate differences
Dimprove lives
Question 9 of 25 20 Points

A goal of the “Healthy
People 2010” US health agenda is:

Aelimination of the DSM
Belimination of culture
Celimination of health
disparities
Delimination of biased
researchers
Question 10 of 25 20 Points

According to some
research, drug therapy is both more likely and less likely to be provided to
African Americans compared to Caucasian Americans

A
True
B
False
Question 11 of 25 20 Points

There is finally an
abundance of research data considering gender, race and class in the development
of psychopathology

A
True
B
False
Question 12 of 25 20 Points

The DSM-IV diagnostic
criteria for anorexia nervosa include:

Arefusal to eat regular
meals
Bamenorrhea for 3
consective cycles
Closs of 85% of body weight
Dintense fear of purging
Question 13 of 25 20 Points

Noted triggers for binge
eating include:

Astress
Bthe presence of healthy
foods
Cabstinence
Dthe presence of other BEDs
Question 14 of 25 20 Points

Prevalence rates of
Binge Eating Disorder range from ________ to __________

A125%; 16%
B2-4%
C62%; 14%
D1%; 46%
Question 15 of 25 20 Points

The following may
contribute to the susceptibility to eating disorders:

Abelief
systems/sociocultural factors
Bpersonality traits
Cweight-related problems
Dall of the above
Question 16 of 25 20 Points

The treatment of choice
for BN is:

Apsychoanalysis
Bfamily therapy
CDBT
DCBT
Question 17 of 25 20 Points

According to a patient
of Hilde Bruch, the illness of eating disorder has to do with:

Aworry about looks
Bworry about dieting
Chow you feel about
yourself
Dhow others feel about you
Question 18 of 25 20 Points

Dysfunctional and
deviant sexual behaviors are:

Adetermined by secular
leaders
Bdetermined by individual
preference
Cdetermined arbitarily
through social norms
Ddetermined medically
Question 19 of 25 20 Points

Contempoary views
identify 2 primary categories of sexual disorder:

Adomination and sadism
Bzoophilia and premature
ejaculation
Cmasochism and sadism
Dsexual dysfunction and
paraphilias
Question 20 of 25 20 Points

DSM-IV-TR describes
sexual dysfunction as:

Adesire and arousal
disorders
Borgasmic disorder
Cdyspareunia and vaginismus
Dall of the above
Question 21 of 25 20 Points

A history of sexual
abuse may be a contributing factor in the development of paraphilias

A
True
B
False
Question 22 of 25 20 Points

Gender refers to:

Aanatomical indicators
Bsexual preferences
Ca sense of identify
Dtransexualism
Question 23 of 25 20 Points

Researchers are
discovering that gender identity disorder is:

Athe same as sexual
orientation
Bmore heterogeneous than
previously believed
Crelatively common
Dnow fully understood
Question 24 of 25 20 Points

Treatments for gender
identity disorder most often involve:

Achanging thoughts and
feelings
Badministration of drugs
Cpsychoanalysis for 3 years
Dchanging the person’s
gender
Question 25 of 25 20 Points

Internet sexual
compulsivity is:

Aan issue for corporations
Bdamaging to relationships
Ccontributing to job loss
Dall of the above

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