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  1. People with Borderline Personality Disorder are extremely fearful of ____________ and may engage in impulsive and extreme behaviors to keep other people with them.
    ABANDONMENT
  2. In interpersonal relationships, Borderlines typically exhibit a pattern of inital __________ that is quicly followed by devaluation.
    OVER-IDEALIZATION
  3. Histrionic Personality Disorder involves a pervasive pattern of emotionality and ___________ behaviors.
    ATTENTION SEEKING
  4. Individuals with Histrionic Personality Disorder fish for compliments on their ________ and are easily upset by criticism.
    APPEARANCE
  5. Individuals with Histrionic Personality Disorder are often inappropriately sexually ___________.
    SEDUCTIVE or PROVOCATIVE
  6. The essential feature of Narcissistic Personality Disorder is a pattern of ___________, need for admiration, and lack of __________.
    1. GRANDIOSITY

    2. EMPATHY
  7. People with Narcissistic Personality Disorder expect to be catered to and, when they aren't they may react with an intense feeling of ___________, __________ or ___________.
    HUMILIATION, DEGRADATION or EMPTINESS.
  8. The Somatoform Disorders are all characterized by symptoms that suggest a medical condition but for which there is no evidence of a causal general medical condition or ____________.
    SUBSTANCE USE
  9. Symptoms of Somatoform Disorders are not ______________ produced or feigned.
    INTENTIONALLY
  10. Somatization Disorder is characterized by recurrent multiple ____________ complaints that begin prior to age 30 and that include pain, gastrointestinal, sexual and _____________ symptoms.
    1. SOMATIC

    2. PSEUDO-NEUROLOGICAL
  11. _______________ Disorder entails symptoms that suggest a serious neurological or other medical condition (e.g. blindness, paralysis) but are believed to be due to psychological factors.
    CONVERSION
  12. Two mechanisms have been used to explain the etiology of Conversion Disorder: ___________ gain, which refers to obtaining support from the environment, and ___________ gain, which refers to keeping an internal conflict out of consciousness.
    1. SECONDARY

    2. PRIMARY
  13. The key feature in the successful treatment of Conversion Disorder appears to be ____________.
    SUGGESTION
  14. __________________ involves an unrealistic preoccupation with a fear of having a serious illnesss, while ___________ is characterized by preoccupation with a defect in appearance.
    1. HYPOCHONDRIASIS

    2. BODY DYSMORPHIC DISORDER
  15. The Factitious Disorders involve physical or ________________ symptoms that are intentionally produced or _______________.
    1. PSYCHOLOGICAL

    2. FEIGNED
  16. Recently, Factitioius Disorder _______________ has been identified as a rare form of child abuse.
    BY PROXY
  17. Factitious Disorder can be distinguished from Malingering in that the goal of FD is to fulfill a(n) __________, while the goal of Malingering is to _____________.
    1. KINTRAPSYCHIC NEED TO ADOPT THE SICK ROLE

    2. OBTAIN AN EXTERNAL REWARD
  18. The Dissociative Disorders involve a disturbance in _____________, identity, memory, and / or perception.
    CONSCIOUSNESS
  19. Dissociative Amnesia is characterized by a loss of memory for personal information, most often information related to a(n) ______________.
    TRAUMATIC OR STRESSFUL EVENT
  20. Dissociative _________________ involves abrupt, unexpected travel from home or wor with the partial or total asumption of a new identity.
    FUGUE
  21. Dissociative Identity Disorder is characterized by the presence of two or more distinct identities or ________________ that each has its own way of perceiving, relating to, and thinking about the world.
    PERSONALITY STATES
  22. __________________ entails feeling detached or estranged from oneself while ____________ remains relatively intact
    1. DEPERSONALIZATION DISORDER

    2. REALITY TESTING
  23. The Substance - Related Disorders are divided into two categories: the Substance - Use Disorders (Dependence and ___________) and the Substanced - Induced Disorders.
    ABUSE
  24. Substance Dependence is characterized by the presence of at least _______ characteristic symptoms during a 12- month period, while Substance Abuse requires the presence of only _______ or more symptoms.
    1. THREE

    2. ONE
  25. The presence of ___________ (the need for an increased amount of the substance) is suggestive of Substance ______________.
    1. TOLERANCE

    2. DEPENDENCE
  26. Alcohol ____________ is characterized by maladaptive behavior or psychological changes and slurred speech, incoordination, and / or impairments in memory or judgment, while Alcohol ______________ involves autonomic hyperactivity, insomnia, psychomotor agitation, and transient illusions or hallucinations after a period of heavy or prolonged alcohol use.
    1. INTOXICATION

    2. WITHDRAWAL
  27. Wernicke-Korsakoff's syndrome (aka Alcohol-Induced ___________ Disorder) involves retrograde and anterograde amnesia and is believed to be due to a _____________ deficiency.
    1. PERSISTING AMNESTIC

    2. THIAMINE
  28. ____________ and Cocaine Intoxication share several symptoms including euphoria, hyperactivity and anxiety, while ____________ Intoxication is marked by restlesness, nervousness, flushed face, and diuresis.
    1. AMPHETAMINE

    2. CAFFEINE
  29. _____________ Intoxication typically involves euphoria and grandiosity initially, followed by sedation, lethargy, impairments in short-term memory, and a distorted sense of time.
    CANNABIS
  30. ______________________ Intoxication shares several symptoms with Alcohol Intoxication including certain behavioral and psychological changes as well as slurred speech, incoordination, and impaired attention and memory.
    SEDATIVE, HYPNOTIC and ANXIOLYTIC
  31. A diagnosis of Schizophrenia requires a duration of the disturbance for at least ________ months with one month involving ___________ phase symptoms (e.g. delusions, hallucinations, disorganized speech and behavior).
    1. SIX MONTHS

    2. ACTIVE PHASE SYPMTOMS
  32. In a diagnosis of Schizophrenia disorders, Delusions are often persecutory or ______________.
    REFERENTIAL
  33. Delusion of reference: The person falsely believes that insignificant remarks, events, or objects in one's environment have personal meaning or significance. For instance, a person may believe they are receiving special messages from newspaper headlines.
  34. In a diagnosis of Schizophrenia Disorders, Hallucinations are typically _________
    AUDITORY
  35. The onset of Schizophrenia is most often between __________ and the mid 30's.
    LATE TEENS
  36. In terms of gender, Schizophrenia is about _______________.
    EQUALLY COMMON IN MALES AND FEMALES
  37. Five subtypes of Schizophrenia are distinguished. The Paranoid Type is characterized by preoccupation with one or more _______________ or hallucinations.
    DELUSIONS
  38. The ___________ Type of Schizophrenia involves disorganized speech and behavior and flat or inappropriate affect.
    DISORGANIZED
  39. The Residual Type of Schizophrenia is diagnosed when the individual has a history of ________________ symptoms but currently exhibits only ______________ or attenuated positive symptoms.
    1. POSITIVE

    2. NEGATIVE†
  40. Of the neurochemical theories for Schizophrenia Disorder, the ________________ hypothesis has received the greatest support.
    DOPAMINE
  41. Family factors associated with Schizophrenia include _____________ communication and high ______________, which is associated with a high risk for relapse.
    1. DOUBLE - BIND

    2. EXPRESSED EMOTION
  42. The classic example given of a negative double bind is of a mother telling her child that she loves him, while at the same time turning her head away in disgust. (The words are socially acceptable; the body language is in conflict with it). The child doesn't know how to respond to the conflict between the words and the body language and, because she is dependent on his mother for his or her basic needs, is in a quandary. Small children have difficulty articulating contradictions verbally and can neither ignore them nor leave the relationship.
  43. Treatments for Schizophrenia often include the administration of _____________ drugs and the provision of some form of family intervention that targets non-beneficial emotional expression among family members and ____________ (which often triggers symptoms).
    1. ANTI-PSYCHOTIC DRUGS

    2. STRESS
  44. Schizophrenia must be distinguished from several other psychotic disorders. In _______________, mood symptoms are brief relative to the duration of the disorder and do not occur duing the active phase.
    SCHIZOPHRENIA
  45. In ______________ Disorder, mood and psychotic symptoms occur concurrently although there must be also a period of at least two weeks when delusions and hallucinations occur alone.
    SCHIZOAFFECTIVE DISORDER
  46. _______________ Disorder is identical to Schizophrenia except that the duration of symptoms is less than six months and significant impairment of social and occupational functioning is not required.
    SCHIZOPHRENIFORM
  47. ______________ Disorder involves psychotic symptoms that last for one day to one month and are eventually followed by a full return to premorbid functioning.
    BRIEF PSYCHOTIC DISORDER
  48. Brief Psychotic Disorder may or may not be preceded by a(n) _______________.
    OVERWHELMING STRESSOR
  49. Delusional Disorder involves one or more _____________ delusions and does not usually involve markedly impaired functioning
    NON-BIZARRE
  50. _____________________ Disorder is diagnosed when a person develops a delusion as result of his / her association with another individual (the "primary case") who already has an established delusion.
    SHARED PSYCHOTIC DISORDER
  51. The Sexual Dysfunctions involve either a disturbance in the _______________ or pain related to sexual intercourse.
    SEXUAL RESPONSE CYCLE
  52. Included in the category of Sexual Dysfunctions are __________ Disorder, which involves deficient or absent sexual fantasies and desires, and Premature Ejaculation, which occurs when a male ejaculates with minimal sexual stimulation and before he ____________.
    1. HYPOACTIVE SEXUAL DESIRE

    2. DESIRES TO DO SO
  53. __________________ is the appropriate diagnosis when a female experiences discomfort during intercourse as the result of spasms in the pubococygeus muscle.
    VAGINISMUS
  54. The Sexual Dysfunctions can be due to ___________ factors only or to a combination of physical and psychological factors.
    PSYCHOLOGICAL
  55. The Paraphilias entail intense sexual fantasties or behaviors involving either non-human objects, the suffering or humilitaion of oneself or one's partner; or ______________.
    NON-CONSENTING PARTNERS
  56. _____________________ involves cross-dressing for the purpose of sexual excitement.
    TRANSVESTIC FETISHISM
  57. Treatment for a Paraphilia often includes _______________, a form of aversive counterconditioning that is done in imagination.
    CONVERT SENSITIZATION
  58. Gender Identity Disorder is characterized by a strong, persistent _____________ and discomfort with one's sex and sex-role.
    CROSS GENDER IDENTIFICATION
  59. The Primary Sleep Disorders are not due to another mental disorder, a general medical condition, or _______________.
    SUBSTANCE USE
  60. ___________________, a type of Dyssomnia, is characterized by irresistable attacks of restorative sleep.
    NARCOLEPSY
  61. __________________ is a disturbance that is caused by sleep apnea or central alveolar hypoventilation.
    BREATHING RELATED SLEEP DISORDER
  62. Nightmare Disorder, a parasomnia, is characterized by repeated awakening from sleep with detailed recollections of _____________.
    EXTREMELY FRIGHTENING DREAMS
  63. __________________ Disorder is characterized by repeated awakening from sleep, usually beginning with a panicky scream and an inability to recall a detailed dream.
    SLEEP TERROR DISORDER
  64. __________________ Disorder entails repeated episodes of complex motor behaviors during sleep that involve rising from the bed and walking about.
    SLEEPWALKING
  65. The essential features of Anorexia Nervosa are (a) refusal to maintain a minimally normal body weight: (b) intense _____________: (c) disturbances in the perception of body weight and shape: and (d) in females, ______________.
    1. FEAR OF GAINING WEIGHT

    2. AMENORRHEA

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