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Test Bank For Abnormal Psychology 16th Edition -James N. Butcher

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Abnormal Psychology 16th Edition -James N. Butcher
Abnormal Psychology 16th Edition

Chapter 1: Abnormal Psychology: An Overview

Multiple-Choice Questions

1.1-1. Which of the following is an example of family aggregation?

a. Both Jane and her husband are alcoholic.

b. Jim and John, 21-year-old friends, are both schizophrenic.

c. Karen, her mother, and her grandmother all have been diagnosed with generalized anxiety disorder.

d. Kim’s suicide was apparently a reaction to her mother’s abuse.

Difficulty: 1

Question ID: 1.1-1

Page Ref: 2

Topic: Abnormal Psychology:An Overview

Skill: Applied

Answer: c. Karen, her mother, and her grandmother all have been diagnosed with generalized anxiety disorder.

1.1-2. What does Monique’s case best illustrate?

a. Most individuals with mental disorders are violent.

b. Women are more likely to commit suicide than men.

c. Most individuals who experience a mental breakdown are clearly unwell long before treatment is sought.

d. Mental illness can have a significant impact on one’s life.

Difficulty: 1

Question ID: 1.1- 2

Page Ref: 2

Topic: Abnormal Psychology:An Overview

Skill: Conceptual

Answer: d. Mental illness can have a significant impact on one’s life.

1.1-3. What does Monique’s case best illustrate?

a. Abnormal behavior usually produces more distress in others than the person who engages in the abnormal behavior.

b. Abnormal behavior covers a wide range of behavioral disturbances.

c. Most people who suffer from abnormal behavior are quickly identified as deviant by other people.

d. When people suffer from mental disorders, they are unable to work or live independently.

Difficulty: 1

Question ID: 1.1-3

Page Ref: 2

Topic: Abnormal Psychology: An Overview

Skill: Conceptual

Answer: b. Abnormal behavior covers a wide range of behavioral disturbances.

1.1-4. What makes defining abnormality difficult?

a. There are so many types of abnormal behavior that they can’t be accurately described.

b. There is no one behavior that serves to make someone abnormal.

c. Most of us are abnormal much of the time so we cannot tell what is normal.

d. Criteria for abnormality have yet to be developed.

Difficulty: 2

Question ID: 1.1-4

Page Ref: 3

Topic: What Do We Mean by Abnormality?

Skill: Factual

Answer: b. There is no one behavior that serves to make someone abnormal.

1.1-5. Which of the following is a sufficient element to determine abnormality?

a. Suffering

b. Maladaptiveness

c. Deviancy

d. There is no single sufficient element.

Difficulty: 2

Question ID: 1.1-5

Page Ref: 3

Topic: What Do We Mean by Abnormality?

Skill: Factual

Answer: d. There is no single sufficient element.

 

Test Bank For Abnormal Psychology 16th Edition -James N. Butcher
Abnormal Psychology 16th Edition -James N. Butcher – Test Bank
Abnormal Psychology 16th Edition -James N. Butcher
Abnormal Psychology 16th Edition

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