Which of the following might buffer someone against developing an anxiety disorder?
According to the diathesis-stress model, if Linda inherited a predisposition that places her at high risk for schizophrenia,
The main criterion that differentiates Generalized Anxiety Disorder in children from the disorder in adults is
Diane has repetitive thoughts that her house will catch on fire. She repeatedly checks the stove to make sure it is turned off. Diane’s compulsive behavior serves to
The DSM-5 is organized according to
According to behavior genetics research,
Which of the following correlation coefficient values demonstrates the highest degree of correlation?
The first goal of family-focused treatment is to
The best evidence supporting a genetic component to different disorders stems from
The fear circuit that is particularly important in explaining panic disorder is called the
A common focus of most effective psychological treatments for the anxiety disorders is
A genotype is illustrated by which of the following?
A common symptom associated with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of stigma?
Which of the following is NOT an example of a diathesis?
Which research method would be most useful in generating hypotheses about the cause of a newly discovered, rare abnormality?
Jackson appears to have social phobia. This diagnosis was made by looking at his scores on a particular measure of social fear. Scores like his in the past have been shown to be related to social phobia, and also correlated with a variety of measures of social and occupational disability associated with social phobia. The measure Jackson took would be said to have
Which research design is illustrated by the following? A therapist gathers data showing that, repeatedly, a patient is better on days his wife visits and worse on days when she does not.
People who compulsively check their appearance and spend countless hours staring at themselves in the mirror will likely be diagnosed as having
What percentage of people who develop Post -Traumatic Stress Disorder have a history of an anxiety disorder?
Generally, it is impossible for measures to be
One way in which the DSM-5 differs from the DSM-IV-TR is that the DSM-5
Edna does not currently have panic disorder. However, she cannot leave her house and had required home sessions when she began therapy. It is likely that
Systematically rewarding desirable behavior and extinguishing undesirable behavior is the centerpiece of which behavioral theory?
The principal cognitive explanation for the etiology of agoraphobia is the