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									Exam 1 Review Game

  Abnormal Psychology
  Central Lakes College
     Martha Kuehn

         Exam 1 Review
          PSYC 2470
1. Behavior, thoughts, and emotions are
 deemed abnormal when they violate a
  society’s rules, called ____for proper
                 conduct.
•   A) norms
•   B) culture
•   C) laws
•   D) guidelines


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1. Behavior, thoughts, and emotions are
 deemed abnormal when they violate a
  society’s rules, called ____for proper
                 conduct.
•   A) norms
•   B) culture
•   C) laws
•   D) guidelines


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2. Thomas Szasz argued that the
concept of mental illness:
• A) must include a level of danger to self
  or others.
• B) is best defined as a “harmful
  dysfunction.”
• C) is decidedly different from
  eccentricity.
• D) is a myth created by a society
  to control or change people.
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2. Thomas Szasz argued that the
concept of mental illness:
• A) must include a level of danger to self
  or others.
• B) is best defined as a “harmful
  dysfunction.”
• C) is decidedly different from
  eccentricity.
• D) is a myth created by a society
  to control or change people.
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3. Deinstitutionalization was a trend
beginning in the 1950s, largely as the
result of:

 •   A) lobotomies.
 •   B) psychotropic medications.
 •   C) electroconvulsive therapy.
 •   D) Freudian psychoanalysis.



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3. Deinstitutionalization was a trend
beginning in the 1950s, largely as the
result of:

 •   A) lobotomies.
 •   B) psychotropic medications.
 •   C) electroconvulsive therapy.
 •   D) Freudian psychoanalysis.



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4.. A major problem with case studies is:


• A) replication errors.
• B) the inability to generalize from one
  to many.
• C) statistical bias.
• D) they serve no scientific purpose.

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 4. A major problem with case studies is:


• A) replication errors.
• B) the inability to generalize from one
  to many.
• C) statistical bias.
• D) they serve no scientific purpose.

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    5. If you want to know the cause of an
           outcome, you should use:
•   A) the experimental method.
•   B) a longitudinal study.
•   C) a correlation coefficient.
•   D) twin studies.



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    5. If you want to know the cause of an
           outcome, you should use:
•   A) the experimental method.
•   B) a longitudinal study.
•   C) a correlation coefficient.
•   D) twin studies.



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    6. Dr. Schulte wants to investigate if
aggressive behavior in children is increased if
they view violent videos. In this instance, the
            dependent variable is:

•   A) violent videos.
•   B) aggressive behavior.
•   C) having several close friends.
•   D) the control condition.


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    6. Dr. Schulte wants to investigate if
aggressive behavior in children is increased if
they view violent videos. In this instance, the
            dependent variable is:

•   A) violent videos.
•   B) aggressive behavior.
•   C) having several close friends.
•   D) the control condition.


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7. Seligman has been instrumental in a
 new approach to clinical psychology,
  studying feelings like optimism and
 happiness. This approach is called:
•   A) positive psychology.
•   B) behavior therapy.
•   C) humanistic psychotherapy.
•   D) interpersonal psychology.


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7. Seligman has been instrumental in a
 new approach to clinical psychology,
  studying feelings like optimism and
 happiness. This approach is called:
•   A) positive psychology.
•   B) behavior therapy.
•   C) humanistic psychotherapy.
•   D) interpersonal psychology.


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8. Schizophrenia may be linked to
this problem originating with the
mother:
• A) drinking during pregnancy.
• B) exposure to the flu virus during
  pregnancy.
• C) accidental exposure to x-rays during
  pregnancy.
• D) physical trauma during pregnancy.


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8. Schizophrenia may be linked to
this problem originating with the
mother:
• A) drinking during pregnancy.
• B) exposure to the flu virus during
  pregnancy.
• C) accidental exposure to x-rays during
  pregnancy.
• D) physical trauma during pregnancy.


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9. The id works on the ___ principle, and
the ego works on the ___ principle.

 •   A) immediate; delayed
 •   B) feeling; thinking
 •   C) pleasure; reality
 •   D) impulsive; rational


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9. The id works on the ___ principle, and
the ego works on the ___ principle.

 •   A) immediate; delayed
 •   B) feeling; thinking
 •   C) pleasure; reality
 •   D) impulsive; rational


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10. In Pavlov’s experiment with
classical conditioning, the dog’s
salivation to the tone was the:
•   A) UCR.
•   B) CR.
•   C) UCS.
•   D) CS.



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10. In Pavlov’s experiment with
classical conditioning, the dog’s
salivation to the tone was the:
•   A) UCR.
•   B) CR.
•   C) UCS.
•   D) CS.



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11. Bandura’s experiment with the
Bobo doll demonstrated that:
• A) Pavlovian conditioning occurs in
  children, as well as in dogs.
• B) behavior can be reinforced just
  by encouragement from adults.
• C) children imitated aggressive
  behavior they observed.
• D) Bobo dolls are just asking for it.

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11. Bandura’s experiment with the
Bobo doll demonstrated that:
• A) Pavlovian conditioning occurs in
  children, as well as in dogs.
• B) behavior can be reinforced just
  by encouragement from adults.
• C) children imitated aggressive
  behavior they observed.
• D) Bobo dolls are just asking for it.

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12. Aaron Beck’s approach in which
clients recognize negative thoughts,
biased interpretations, and errors in logic
is called:
• A) behavior therapy.
• B) cognitive therapy.
• C) participant modeling.
• D) operant conditioning.



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12. Aaron Beck’s approach in which
clients recognize negative thoughts,
biased interpretations, and errors in logic
is called:
• A) behavior therapy.
• B) cognitive therapy.
• C) participant modeling.
• D) operant conditioning.



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13. Carl Rogers developed a warm and
supportive approach that contrasted
sharply with the psychodynamic
techniques of the day. He called it:

•   A) rational-emotive therapy.
•   B) cognitive-behavioral therapy.
•   C) existential therapy.
•   D) client-centered therapy.

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13. Carl Rogers developed a warm and
supportive approach that contrasted
sharply with the psychodynamic
techniques of the day. He called it:

•   A) rational-emotive therapy.
•   B) cognitive-behavioral therapy.
•   C) existential therapy.
•   D) client-centered therapy.

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14. “I will use whatever technique or approach
I choose to help my client/patient, as long as it
works.” This statement is likely to be made by
a clinician using a(n) ____ approach.

•   A) homogeneous
•   B) eclectic
•   C) heterogeneous
•   D) reciprocal


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14. “I will use whatever technique or approach
I choose to help my client/patient, as long as it
works.” This statement is likely to be made by
a clinician using a(n) ____ approach.

•   A) homogeneous
•   B) eclectic
•   C) heterogeneous
•   D) reciprocal


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15. When an assessment tool yields the
same results regardless of which
person uses it, that test has high:

•   A) test-retest reliability.
•   B) interrater reliability.
•   C) face validity.
•   D) predictor validity.


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15. When an assessment tool yields the
same results regardless of which
person uses it, that test has high:

•   A) test-retest reliability.
•   B) interrater reliability.
•   C) face validity.
•   D) predictor validity.


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16. The MMPI is a type of:

•   A) projective test.
•   B) structured interview.
•   C) response inventory.
•   D) personality projector.



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16. The MMPI is a type of:

•   A) projective test.
•   B) structured interview.
•   C) response inventory.
•   D) personality projector.



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17. Tests that can reveal underlying
brain problems by measuring
cognitive, perceptual, and motor
performances are called:
 • A) neurological tests.
 • B) neuroimaging techniques.
 • C) neuropsychological tests.
 • D) intelligence tests.

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17. Tests that can reveal underlying
brain problems by measuring
cognitive, perceptual, and motor
performances are called:
 • A) neurological tests.
 • B) neuroimaging techniques.
 • C) neuropsychological tests.
 • D) intelligence tests.

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18. Fatigue, change in weight,
feelings of hopelessness, depressed
mood, and low self worth are parts of
the ____ of depression.
 •   A) symptom
 •   B) syndrome
 •   C) diagnosis
 •   D) description

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18. Fatigue, change in weight,
feelings of hopelessness, depressed
mood, and low self worth are parts of
the ____ of depression.
 •   A) symptom
 •   B) syndrome
 •   C) diagnosis
 •   D) description

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19. Diagnosis is dangerous
because:
• A) it may be a misdiagnosis.
• B) society may stigmatize the patient.
• C) it may create a self-fulfilling
  prophesy.
• D) all of the above.



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19. Diagnosis is dangerous
because:
• A) it may be a misdiagnosis.
• B) society may stigmatize the patient.
• C) it may create a self-fulfilling
  prophesy.
• D) all of the above.



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20. A new approach to identify
effective therapies through
research, and to spread such
information to clinicians is called:
•   A) evidence-based treatment.
•   B) clinical validity research.
•   C) clinical research and education.
•   D) latest seminar enhancement.

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20. A new approach to identify
effective therapies through
research, and to spread such
information to clinicians is called:
•   A) evidence-based treatment.
•   B) clinical validity research.
•   C) clinical research and education.
•   D) latest seminar enhancement.

                   Exam 1 Review
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