TRMA 830 Quiz 1

TRMA 830 Quiz 1 Liberty University

  1. Walter Cannon’s idea that people under stress experiences the “fight or flight” syndrome.  With our modern understanding of trauma and stress, what term could we add to his original syndrome?
  2. The birth of __________________ techniques in psychiatry occurred in the late 1970s and early 1980s with the publication of the research diagnostic criteria that accompanied the revision of the DSM from the second edition to the third.
  3. The _______________ is an important assessment because it illustrates an approach to the cross-cultural assessment of trauma and PTSD.
  4. Emotional and behavioral symptoms that occur within 3 months of the onset of a stressor are diagnosed as:
  5. The term “post-traumatic stress disorder” (PTSD) first appeared in which version of the DSM?
  6. Trauma’s impact on the individual is ____________, which means that the effects on one part of the whole generate reciprocal effects on the other parts.
  7. The _________________ is the least well-researched of the three children’s structured interviews presented in your reading.
  8. Mental health professionals working at facilities with survivors of trauma populations screen for those who are at risk for dissociative symptoms and disorders.  Which choice below is NOT one of those facilities?
  9. Which instrument below is considered to provide an exceptional amount of information about sexual trauma and interpersonal violence?
  10. Over the past two decades, the _________________ of a traumatic event has changed considerably.
  11. Manifestations of “psychic numbing” takes many forms.  Which choice would NOT be considered one of those forms?
  12. Therese Rando indicates that there are six factors which contribute to a death being labelled as “traumatic” when dealing with grief and trauma.  Which choice below is NOT one of those factors?
  13. There are three main symptoms of suffering with post-traumatic stress.  Which choice below is NOT one of those three?
  14. Who said: “Trauma is an inescapable stressful event that overwhelms peoples’ coping mechanisms?”
  15. Some of the criteria for ____________ involves exposure to actual or threatened death; serious injury or sexual abuse; presence of intrusive symptoms associated with the event, and beginning after the event has occurred.
  16. In an attempt to respond to problems found in the DSM-III, structured interviews were introduced for use in both ______________ settings and in _______________ studies.
  17. Under the DSM-5 criteria, which choice below is NOT one of ways of being exposed to actual or threatened death under Criterion A?
  18. There several factors that complicate grief and trauma resolution.  Which choice below is NOT one of those factors?
  19. The PTSD literature shows that currently there is a single structured diagnostic interview for adults that has by far the largest share of the market – the ___________________.
  20. In a group of 10 prospective studies, people who initially displayed ASD symptoms, approximately ____________ of trauma-survivors subsequently develop PTSD.
  21. ____________________ describes the return to baseline or normal functioning.
  22. The Life Stressor Checklist—Revised was designed to screen for events that would meet DSM-IV criterion __________ .
  23. The Traumatic Events questionnaire assesses ___________ specific traumatic events.
  24. When assessing children with PTSD, one of the most obvious issues for the clinician to establish is the level of ____________________ that the child has obtained.
  25. Of the answers listed, which instrument is designed to provide a more comprehensive assessment of trauma histories and may be more suitable for research?
  26. Who characterized stress as: “Stress is the inability to cope with a perceived (real or imagined) threat to one’s physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being.”
  27. Although acute stress reactions are common, there is also strong evidence that the majority of these responses are __________________.
  28. The Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV Axis I Disorders has a standard format of ______________, decision rules that allow the interviewer to end administration of any particular module as soon as it is clear that the diagnostic criteria will not be met.
  29. Recent research confirms that patients with PTSD suffer from a variety of ______________ symptoms.
  30. Which part of the brain is synonymous with the term “emotional memory?”
  31. There are many possible behaviors for those experiencing “hyper-arousal.”  Which answer below is NOT one of those behaviors?
  32. Acute Stress Disorder was intended to serve two functions.  Which choice below is NOT one of those functions?
  33. The Brief Trauma Questionnaire assesses 10 traumatic events.  Which choice below is NOT one of the 10?
  34. Wilson & Keane believe which type of validity should receive more attention than it has in the development of the different scales?
  35. According to the reading, there are three major measures for ASD.  Which answer below is NOT one of the three?
  36. Prior to the 1960s, the word ________ was relatively unknown.
  37. There are many possible behaviors for those experiencing “hypo-arousal.”  Which answer below is NOT one of those behaviors?
  38. Because the CAPS generates _______________ that can be used as indicators of the severity of each symptom and the severity of the whole range of symptoms, becomes s a strength of this structured interview.
  39. The trend for the incidence of ASD to be lower than the incidence of PTSD in the initial month suggests that the ASD diagnosis is more __________________.
  40. The domain of PTSD symptom clusters is defined by five interrelated sets of symptoms.  Which answer is NOT one of those clusters?
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