Chapter 5 Quiz

Instructions
Chapter 5 Quiz

This assessment is worth 10 points.

  1. Ed occasionally experiences periods of intense overwhelming dread that come about for no reason. These periods are marked by trembling, hyperventilation, hot flashes, and chills, and the feeling that he is losing control. Ed might be diagnosed as having   (1 point)

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    d.  

  2. Individuals who suffer from panic disorder often develop   (1 point)

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    d.  

  3. The behavioral approach to treating phobias, which involves gradually exposing the client to the feared stimulus while the client practices relaxation exercises is called   (1 point)

    a.  
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    d.  

  4. Which of the following is a common compulsion?   (1 point)

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    d.  

  5. The anxiety disorder in which the individual is unable to recover from a traumatic event or series of events is referred to as   (1 point)

    a.  
    b.  
    c.  
    d.  

  6. Recent research on early traumatic experiences indicates that sexual abuse can produce abnormalities in the stress hormone   (1 point)

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    d.  

  7. Who hypothesized that the symptoms produced by a traumatic experience represent a flooding of the ego's defenses with uncontrollable anxiety that is associated with the trauma or with memories of some painful event in childhood?   (1 point)

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  8. In the first factor of the classic behavioral model of PTSD, what is the unconditioned stimulus?   (1 point)

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  9. Ronnie Janoff-Bulman (1992) theorizes that severe trauma affects children's personalities because   (1 point)

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    d.  

  10. In Dr. Tobin's case report on Barbara Wilder, it was noted that initially Barbara's panic attack started in particular situations but later they were triggered by any situation outside her apartment. According to a behavioral theorist, her most recent panic attacks could be explained by the phenomenon of   (1 point)

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