Which of the following is an example of mild dissociation?
Persistent and troubling attractions to unusual sexual activities or objects is called
The prognosis for dissociative amnesia usually involves a __________ remission with __________ recovery.
Nina has illness anxiety disorder. She notices a red splotch on her face that seems to be getting larger each day. Nina will most likely believe that this symptom
Dissociative amnesia is
Which of the following statements is true regarding gender differences in eating disorders?
The two major theories of DID are
The physical consequences of bulimia nervosa include all of the following EXCEPT:
Jones believes that different alters appear during adulthood after the suggestion of a therapist. This is consistent with
Which of the following foods was originally developed as food that would lessen sexual interest?
Older people are likely to underreport __________, perhaps because of beliefs that these are inevitable parts of life.
Which of the following may be protective against Alzheimer’s disease?
Which of the following psychological disorders are associated with an increased risk of sexual dysfunction?
All of these are myths about older adults except
The feature common to both anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa is
The Greek word hystera means
Which of the following statements is an example of selective mortality?
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
Which of the following is NOT a DSM-5 criterion for sexual interest/arousal disorder in women?
The physical consequence associated with binge eating disorder includes all of the following EXCEPT:
Recent research has begun to focus on the role of __________ in eating behavior.
All of the following are found in the somatic symptom disorders chapter in the DSM-5 EXCEPT:
Delirium that is not treated
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?
As compared to anorexia nervosa, the diagnosis of bulimia nervosa is associated with