PSYC 305 Test 3

PSYC 305 Test 3 Liberty University Answers

Updated 2017

  1. Making excuses in an attempt to justify addictive behavior is called ____________.
  2. Which of the following is most true about E.M. Jellinek?
  3. The theologian and the scientist
  4. An embarrassing outcome of the Jellinek model is that
  5. Based on brain scans, men who watch pornography:
  6. Reina, a heroin addict, states, “I only started using because of my boyfriend.” Reina is most likely engaging in the defense mechanism of
  7. The _________model says that addictive patterns are learned through positive and negative reinforcement.
  8. A cornerstone of the Jellinek model of alcoholism is that the individual
  9. According to Doweiko, one of the forces that helps to define happiness is
  10. The _________model says addiction is a result of biological issues.
  11. The brain’s first line of defense against stress is _____________.
  12. Which is an advantage created by Jellinek’s disease model?
  13. The dichotomy between mind, body, and spirituality is
  14. According to May, the process of attachment takes place psychologically as:
  15. According to Doweiko, spirituality allows for
  16. It has been suggested that clinicians tend to 0 out of 4 points
  17. With the growth of addiction
  18. Who did the pioneer work in attachment theory during the mid-twentieth century?
  19. A cornerstone of the medical model is that disease states are a reflection of
  20. Areas of increased brain activity are not isolated events but
  21. To a behavioralist, the concept of ____________ is an illusion.
  22. The belief that addictions are a weakness in character reflects the _______ model.
  23. Which of these purports that the brain’s neural pathways are constantly rewiring themselves in response to environmental changes?
  24. According to May, the attachment process includes all of the following stages EXCEPT:
  25. During “euphoric recall,” the person may

Other sets

  1. Benjamin Rush defined a “disease” as
  2. Which of the following theories/hypotheses purports that the brain’s neural pathways are constantly rewiring themselves in response to environmental changes?
  3. Characteristics of Type II alcohol dependency include
  4. A SPECT scan can show:
  5. According to Doweiko, spirituality allows for
  6. One frustrating problem is that most people
  7. Doweiko stresses that a person with a SUD will engage in various ___________ to support their addiction.
  8. Which of the following is most true about E.M. Jellinek?
  9. Which theory does May consider more harmful than helpful?
  10. The opposite of false pride is _______, according to Doweiko.
  11. One flaw in the “addictive personality” theory is that
  12. The model explains addiction as a result of sinful choices.
  13. According to May, the process of attachment takes place psychologically as:
  14. According to attachment theory, ________________ shape adult attachment style.
  15. Physicians often claim that, because of “neuroplasticity,” addictions are brain diseases. In reality
  16. A cornerstone of the Jellinek model of alcoholism is that the individual
  17. According to your text, the __________ used by many cultures to help individuals identify with and feel a part of that culture have been lost.
  18. According to May, as addiction increases, the addicted person must use more energy to:
  19. Making excuses in an attempt to justify addictive behavior is called
  20. To a behavioralist, the concept of ____________ is an illusion.
  21. Based on brain scans, men who watch pornography:
  22. During “euphoric recall,” the person may
  23. The brain’s first line of defense against stress is
  24. According to Doweiko, scientists tend to
  25. A cornerstone of the medical model is that disease states are a reflection of
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