COUC 546 Quiz 3 Factitious

COUC 546 Quiz 3: Factitious, Somatic, Physical, Neurocognitive, Dissociate, and V or Z Codes

  1. CBT for binge eating emphasizes
  2. Which of the following is a defining symptom of anorexia?
  3. In 2014, about what proportion of American adults were considered obese?
  4. Bulimia comes from a Greek word meaning
  5. Which of the following is most prevalent?
  6. Individuals with binge eating disorder are
  7. In one research study, participants read either a vignette about a woman with an eating disorder or one about a woman with depression. Compared to the woman with depression, the woman with an eating disorder was viewed as
  8. Persistent disruptions in the ability to experience sexual arousal, desire, or orgasm or experiences of pain associated with intercourse are called
  9. Those with voyeuristic disorder typically
  10. Members of which generational cohort are most likely to describe themselves as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender?
  11. Tyler has noticed that, over the course of his last 2 years of graduate school, he has been experiencing very little sexual desire. He states that he rarely, if ever, fantasizes about sex, something that really bothers him. Tyler might be diagnosed with
  12. DSM differentiates the paraphilic disorders based on
  13. The criteria for premature ejaculation specify that ejaculation must occur within ________ minute(s) during at least ________ of sexual occasions.
  14. When we have less time ahead of us, we tend to place a lower value on emotional intimacy.
  15. The hallmark symptom of delirium is extreme
  16. The consequences of growing up during a particular time period, with its unique challenges and opportunities, are called
  17. Which of the following types of disorder has the highest 1-year prevalence among persons 65 and older?
  18. In the United States, the elderly are defined as individuals who are
  19. Which of the following characterizes a diagnosis of somatic symptom disorder?
  20. In the Clinical Case of Anna O. in the text, Anna’s functional neurological symptom disorder symptoms involved her
  21. Cognitive-behavioral treatments for somatic symptom disorder
  22. Robert complained of complete lack of sensation in both knees, but a physical exam revealed no physiological damage. Which diagnosis is most consistent with Robert’s symptoms?
  23. Since seeing his mother die in a car accident 2 years ago, Chris has felt as if he were watching himself from outside of his body and has thought that voices sound strange. He may be experiencing
  24. Somatic symptom and related disorders and dissociative disorders are similar in that both
  25. Claudia is experiencing intermittent pain in her stomach and back. Medical examination and testing have revealed no physical explanation for her symptoms. Claudia is experiencing symptoms consistent with

Set 2

  1. Which of the following is NOT a DSM-5 criterion for sexual interest/arousal disorder in women?
  2. Which of the following statements is an example of a time-of-measurement eect?
  3. Conversion disorder occupies a central place in psychodynamic theory because it provides a clear example of the role of
  4. What is the most likely prognosis for a woman with anorexia nervosa?
  5. The prognosis for dissociative amnesia usually involves a __________ remission with __________ recovery.
  6. Which theorists view dissociative disorders as avoidance responses that protect the person from consciously experiencing stressful events?
  7. Which of the following psychological disorders are associated with an increased risk of sexual dysfunction?
  8. The most common medical interventions for erectile dysfunction include
  9. Which of the following best illustrates illness anxiety disorder?
  10. Which of the following is an example of mild dissociation?
  11. Unlike a malingerer, a person with factitious disorder
  12. The feature common to both anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa is
  13. The two major theories of DID are
  14. After looking through a fashion magazine, Daisy feels fat and is ashamed of her body. She doubts that she will ever be as thin as the models she sees in the magazine. Which theory explains Daisy’s reactions to the magazine?
  15. Betsy is excessively concerned that she is becoming fat and restricts her eating to avoid such a consequence. She weighs approximately 20% less than normal body weight given her height. At times, she will sit down with her family and eat a full meal, but immediately afterwards takes several laxatives. Betsy most likely has
  16. Recent research has begun to focus on the role of __________ in eating behavior.
  17. Combined hospital treatment and cognitive behavior therapy of anorexia nervosa has been eective in
  18. All of these are myths about older adults except
  19. Which of the following is NOT a methodological issue when studying psychological disorders in late adulthood?
  20. Which of the following statements is true regarding gender dierences in eating disorders?
  21. Older people are likely to underreport __________, perhaps because of beliefs that these are inevitable parts of life.
  22. The Greek word hystera means
  23. The physical consequences of bulimia nervosa include all of the following EXCEPT:
  24. Persistent and troubling attractions to unusual sexual activities or objects is called
  25. Somatic symptom-related disorders and dissociative disorders are similar in that both
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