According to research, which person would probably NOT develop a stress disorder following trauma?
In addition to failing to explain why some people who experience severe trauma do not develop dissociative disorders, behavioral theorists also have the MOST difficulty explaining how:
If the state-dependent learning explanation of dissociative disorders is correct, a person may not remember stressful events because he or she is:
What characteristic is MOST common to both self-hypnosis and dissociative identity disorder?
Which is NOT an example of memory recovery techniques used by therapists?
A friend says to you, “I know someone who is a combat veteran who was just diagnosed with PTSD. Do you think therapy will help this person?” Which is the BEST answer you can give based on current research?
In the United States, the number of diagnosed cases per year of dissociative identity disorder:
A person with dissociative identity disorder has just experienced “switching.” What MOST likely has happened?
Based on current research, what is the relationship between personality and stress disorders?
Investigators have shown that traumatic events are related to abnormal activity of the neurotransmitter:
What effect has the use of sodium amobarbital had in treating dissociative amnesia and fugue?
Those who are MOST likely to experience a psychological stress disorder are:
Earlier editions of the DSM labeled psychological factors affecting other medical conditions as:
are frequent intense aches of the head or neck that are not caused by another physical disorder.
are marked by pain at the back or front of the head or the back of the neck.
You are a therapist using self-instruction training. Your client repeatedly tells you “I can’t take the pain. It is just too much.” This is an example of a:
and _____ are equally helpful in the treatment of high blood pressure, headaches, and asthma.
Which of the following is not needed for a diagnosis of illness anxiety disorder, according to the DSM-5?
When a person is under stress, the adrenal glands release:
Most people who have _____ were children or young teenagers at the time of the first attack.
If you were a therapist with a behavioral view, which question would you be MOST likely ask someone you suspected might have a somatic symptom disorder?
“It seems to me that people with illness anxiety disorder simply model what they see others doing.” A person with which theoretical view would be MOST likely to say this?
A woman complains of an assortment of physiological ailments. You think that she is intentionally producing the physical symptoms to appear sick, which fills some psychological need. You would diagnose:
is a field that combines psychological and physical interventions to treat or prevent medical problems.