______ is one of the most powerful contexts in which judgments of normality and abnormality are made.
The three major factors in determining psychological disorders include _____, _______, and interference with normal life activities.
A major difference between psychotic disorders and milder problems like anxiety disorder is that in psychosis the individual has lost contact with reality as shown by the presence of ______ or _______.
hallucinations or delusions
Insanity is a major psychological problem listed in the DSM.
True or False
False : Insanity is a legal term
A person who intensely fears eating or speaking in public suffers from ________.
"Checkers" and "cleaners" suffer from _______ disorder.
OCD: Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Multiple identity, amnesia, and fugues are features related to a ______ disorder.
WHen a person wrongly believes that their body is "rotting away", even though physical exams have disproved it, they are suffering from a _______.
WHen a person suffering from a psychotic break hears voices that are not real this symptom is called a _______.
A psychosis caused by lead poisoning would be regarded as an ______ disorder.
Environmental triggers of schizophrenia featured as emotional trauma and disturbed family relationships will only induce this disorder if a person also has the _______ factors for schizophrenia.
Major mood disorders, especially _____ disorders, appear to be endogenous (produced from within by chemical imbalances instead of developmental reactions).
Learned helplessness is emphasized by ______ theories of depression.
Only ___ to ___ percent of suicide cases involve people who really want to die.