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ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY POST TEST

Prepared by: Renz Christian Argao, MA, RP, RPm

MULTIPLE CHOICE: Choose the Best Answer.

1. Carlo is always sure that others are trying to harm him. His perception that the world is a threatening place impacts most of
his life. Most likely, Carlo would be diagnosed with the personality disorder called _________.
A. Histrionic B. Avoidant C. Paranoid D. Antisocial

2. Anabelle received a very poor rating by her supervisor who had been constantly criticizing her in front of her coworkers. When she got
home, she bought a lot of food as a way of relieving her stress and vomits most of them not to gain fat. It seems that this has been
pattern that she usually turns to. This symptom is commonly known as:
A. Hyperphagia B. Bulimia Nervosa C. Anorexia Nervosa D. None of the Above

3. According to the case history, Greg’s mother has schizophrenia, which increases the likelihood that Greg will acquire such
condition. In terms of perspective, which of the following explanation reflects Greg’s condition:
A. Psychological B. Genetic C. Socio-cultural D. Biological

4. There are times when Grace, a woman diagnosed with Schizophrenia, is found to be talking to other people from Mars.
These seem to be loud and real for her even though others do not see it. This is known as:
A. Hallucination B. Auditory Hallucinations C. Hearing Beliefs D. Temporal Hallucinations

5. Marla, a patient in the clinic, had been laughing so hard when a patient told her that her mother will not be able to bring any of
her requests. She cannot seem to stop laughing and seems to disturb the clients. This is known as:
A. Hallucination B. Manic C. Inappropriate Affect D. Labile Mood

6. The other day, Carla was wearing a long gown for a funeral. According to her, this is the new fashion statement of the
season. Carla has been known to wear outrageous dresses and likes the attention it gets. According to the Criteria of
Abnormality, which describes Carla’s behavior?
A. Dysfunction B. Distress C. Dangerousness D. Deviance

7. Jose seems to have sleeping problems during at night. He has been sleeping for less than 2 hours which is not his usual
sleep. This symptom is best identified as:
A. Hypersomnia B. Undersleeping C. Insomnia D. Twilight State

8. After a debilitating car accident, Gary had been found to be exhibiting inability to concentrate in his studies. There are also times when he
misses important details in which he used to remember as a part of his job. This condition is known as:
A. Distractibility B. Suggestibility C. Disorientation D. Inattention

9. Lately, Diego has been feeling tensed and keyed up whenever he goes out at night and on to the streets. He feels as if there
are people putting thoughts in his head that he should jump in the bridge. This is known as:
A. Hallucination B. Thought Broadcasting C. Thought Insertion D. Illusions

10. Gardo has been frequently turning the door knob seven times and checking the door 3 times every night before he sleeps.
When he does this, he gets a sense of calmness that knowing that he has tightly secured the area. This behavior usually
happens every day and is known as:
A. Compulsion B. Echolalia C. Obsession D. Derailment

11. Delusion of accusation is considered to be a clinical symptom and is observed in the following disorders:
A. Depression with psychotic features B. Neurocognitive disorders
C. Anxiety Disorders D. Agnosia

12. June, a janitor, had recently been referred to the hospital because he claimed that he had been seeing Mama Mary and
commanded him to put a cross in every door post. He had not been a very religious person before this incident. If you were
to identify his symptom, what would it be?
A. Delusions B. Delusion of control
C. Delusion of Reference D. Systematized Delusion

13. Nash was diagnosed as having schizophrenia. One of his odd behaviors is to call the police and write to the military that there was a coup
d’état plot to disempower the current President of the country. As a symptom, this is known as:
A. Paranoia B. Psychosis C. Delusion D. Illusion

14. Wendy, after several days of living on the streets, was observed to be having symptoms characterized by the presence of
unusual perceptions, thoughts, or behaviors. Such category of a symptoms is called as:
A. Positive Symptoms B. Deviant Symptoms C. Negative Symptoms D. Unusual Symptoms
15. Delusional people look for evidence in support of their beliefs; attempt to convince others of these beliefs; and take actions based on
them, such as filing law suits against the people they believe are trying to control their mind.
A. True B. Maybe C. False D. True only when they have been taking drugs

16. After several days of being in a coma, Jay-Z suddenly woke up. When he looked at his mom, he asked “where am I? What am
I doing here? And who are you?” He mentions this with a confused look in his face. With these questions, the client seems
to be experiencing:
A. Disorientation B. Delusion C. Derealization D. Amnesia

17. Glenda had been seriously drinking for several weeks now. She doesn’t seem to care that she is not able to go to her work
on time and at times, she sleeps at work. This all started when her boyfriend left her for good and did not even say goodbye
to her. Glenda may be suffering from
A. Substance Related Disorder- Alcohol Use B. Substance Related Disorder-Undifferentiated Alcohol Use
C. Substance Related Disorder- Cannabis Use D. None of the Above

18. During one time, while drinking, Glenda had been experiencing some voices that tell her to gather the guns in the house
and kill everyone whom she is angry with. This is a symptom known as:
A. Paranoia B. Hallucination C. Delusion D. Illusion

19. When a person thinks or believes that random events or comments by others are directed to them.
A. Delusion of Reference B. Delusion of Grandeur
C. Delusion of Persecution D. Delusion of guilt

20. Kiel, a person who had experienced a head injury in the occipital lobe, has not been able to recognize faces of his close
family members and also of acquaintances. This symptom is commonly known as:
A. Prosopagnosia B. Astereognosia C. Agnosia D. Anosognosia

21. After being diagnosed as having a mental illness, he was observed showing signs of delusions of grandeur within a 1 month
period. However, they do not seem to be bizarre hallucinations. He also has some brief depressive episodes. His condition is
known as:
A. Delusional Disorder B. Schizophrenia C. Schizophreniform Disorder D. Psychotic

22. Carla was having ideas that her boss is deeply in love with her. She has been found to believe that she is a very important
personnel in the office, for which her boss cannot live without. She doesn’t seem to exhibit any unusual behaviors. Her
highly energetic actions are only appearing to be brief, lasting for 2 weeks only. As a person suffering from a mental illness,
which of this would be her most likely diagnosis:
A. Delusional Disorder B. Schizophrenia C. Schizophreniform Disorder D. Psychotic

23. Mario, who had lost a two-million-peso business deal, had been exhibiting some clinical symptoms of auditory
hallucinations and appears to be messy and disorganized in his actions. These symptoms have been observed for 2 weeks
now. If you were to identify his psychological disorder, what would it be?
A. Delusional Disorder B. Schizophrenia C. Schizophreniform Disorder D. Brief Psychotic Disorder

24. Individuals with delusional disorder may be able to factually describe that others view their beliefs as irrational but are
unable to accept this themselves.
A. True B. Maybe C. False

25. Individuals with brief psychotic disorder typically experience emotional turmoil or overwhelming confusion. They may have
rapid shifts from one intense affect to another.
A. True B. Maybe C. False

26. An individual’s cultural and religious background must be taken into account in evaluating the possible presence of
delusional disorder.
A. True B. Maybe C. False

27. Jerry, a clinic patient, had been exhibiting ideas that he is a long lost child of a millionaire. He is also seeing visions that
Mama Mary is giving him powers. When being talked to, there is incoherence in his speech. These symptoms have been
present for at least 3 months already. What would be the diagnosis of the clinician:
A. Delusional Disorder B. Schizophrenia C. Schizophreniform Disorder D. Brief Psychotic Disorder

28. Jerry’s father is diagnosed with schizophrenia. Having a biological relative with schizophrenia may increase an individual’s
risk for schizophrenia but does not mean that an individual will develop schizophrenia. This condition is considered to be
__________.
A. True B. Maybe C. False

29. One of the brain abnormality commonly associated with schizophrenia is having enlarged ventricles. This condition is
considered to be __________.
A. True B. Maybe C. False

30. Smaller prefrontal cortex and less activity in this area could be related with a condition called schizophrenia.
A. True B. Maybe C. False
31. A mother had reported that during the labor of his son who was diagnosed with schizophrenia, he had suffered oxygen
deprivation during labor and delivery known as:
A. Perinatal hypoxia B. Hyperphagia C. Enlargement of Ventricles D. Agnosia

32. One of the theories, the increase and decrease in the dopamine neurotransmitter causes schizophrenia. This means that
there are individuals who experience neurotransmitter imbalances have schizophrenia.
A. the first statement is true; and the 2nd statement is also true
B. the first statement is true; and the 2nd statement is false
C. Both statements are false
D. Both statements are true

33. The symptoms of schizophrenia interfere with the person’s ability to complete an education and hold a job. As such, the
social class of people with schizophrenia may drift downward.
A. the first statement is true; and the 2nd statement is also true
B. the first statement is true; and the 2nd statement is false
C. Both statements are false
D. Both statements are true

34. The following characterize the disorder of schizophrenia, except for _______.
A. Delusions and hallucinations B. Silly and immature Behavior
C. Disorganized speech and behavior D. Inappropriate emotions

35. Which of the following is the best description of schizophrenia?


A. Schizophrenia is characterized by symptoms common to everyone with the diagnosis.
B. Schizophrenia is characterized by positive and negative symptoms.
C. Schizophrenia is characterized by having dissociation.
D. Schizophrenia is characterized by behavior and symptoms that aren’t necessarily common to everyone with the diagnosis.

36. Schizophrenia is a term introduced by a Swiss psychiatrist named as


A. Emil Kraepelin. B. Eugen Bleuler C. Sigmund Freud D. Phillipe Pinel.

37. An individual is diagnosed with psychosis and this usually means that the person has
A. Delusions B. Hallucinations C. both of these D. neither of these

38. Which of the following is the cause of depressive disorders according to the Interpersonal Theorists?
A. Rejection Sensitivity B. Sensitivity to Emotional responses
C. Childhood Bullying D. Neglect of Parents

39. Schizophrenic patients may exhibit symptoms that are either in excess or a distortion of normal behavior known as _____;
and deficits in normal behavior known as ____.
A. Anxiety: Compulsions B. Manic; Depressive C. Positive; Negative D. Negative; Positive

40. Which of the following is the grandeur type of a psychotic delusion?


A. A brother of a person is actually a double. B. People are out to harm you.
C. One is a person with great powers. D.A person sees himself in a very thin way.

41. Joshua consulted a psychologist for his emotional problems. What should be the first step in determining his background
and personality?
A. Motivational Interview B. Mental Status Examination
C. Psychological Evaluation D. Collateral Interview

42. A person with a personality disorder ______________


A. Thinks that the disorder comes and goes B. Thinks that there is nothing wrong with her/him
C. Is frequently be distressed by his/her disorder D. Has a disorder that starts slowly

43. A kind of disorder where people experience significant symptoms without any organic cause is known as Somatoform
Disoder. It is usually caused by an unknown organic cause.
A. the first statement is false; and the 2nd statement is also true
B. the first statement is true; and the 2nd statement is false
C. Both statements are false
D. Both statements are true

44. Marie, a female patient who was diagnosed with Antisocial Personal Disorder, is more likely to have maladaptive coping behaviors. It is
also possible that their parents are harsh, neglectful, and interpret situations that promote aggression.
A. the first statement is false; and the 2nd statement is also true
B. the first statement is true; and the 2nd statement is false
C. Both statements are false
D. Both statements are true

45. One way of ruling out somatofom disorders is by having a physician examine the client. He/she may be cured of the
somatoform disorder if she would just drink medication.
A. the first statement is false; and the 2nd statement is also true
B. the first statement is true; and the 2nd statement is false
C. Both statements are false
D. Both statements are true

46. The subjective experience of physical symptoms with no organic cause is known as psychosomatic disorders. The actual physical
illness present with psychological factors contributing to the illness is known as Somatoform Disorders.
A. the first statement is false; and the 2nd statement is also true
B. the first statement is true; and the 2nd statement is false
C. Both statements are false
D. Both statements are true

47. All of the following is under the classification of Somatoform related disorder except
A. Body dysmorphic disorder B. Conversion disorder
C. hypochondriasis D. Dissociative Identity Disorder

48. An essential feature of Somatic Symptom Disorder is


A. Excessive time and energy devoted to these symptoms or health concerns.
B. A symptom should have a significant distress in daily life.
C. Persistent high levels of anxiety about health
D. All of the above

49. Bernice is often thinking about her condition. She often fears that it would be so severe that she would die every time she
goes to a new doctor for checkup. What is she manifesting?
A. Excessive time and energy devoted to these symptoms or health concerns.
B. A symptom should have a significant distress in daily life.
C. Persistent high levels of anxiety about health
D. All of the above

50. Gary takes the time go to different physicians to look for what is wrong with her expecting a different answer. She has done
this 20 times. Which of the following is she exhibiting:
A. Excessive time and energy devoted to these symptoms or health concerns.
B. A symptom should have a significant distress in daily life.
C. Persistent high levels of anxiety about health
D. All of the above

51. Carla always thinks that she has a severe disease. This actually prevents her from enjoying life so much. She repeatedly feels
mild pain in her neck. She goes to check with a doctor and albularyo several times. This has been happening for almost
6months now.
A. Illness anxiety disorder B. Psychological Factors Affecting Medical Conditions
C. Conversion Disorder D. None of the above

52. John had been experiencing some numbness in his forearm and headaches. This started after his arm had undergone a surgical operation for
a muscle problem. He is constantly preoccupied about it and this increases his sense of anxiety.
A. Illness anxiety disorder B. Psychological Factors Affecting Medical Conditions
C. Conversion Disorder D. None of the above

53. Nina had been telling the doctor that she is experiencing pain in her neck and hands although there is none. She likes going
to the doctor and feels that someone cares for her. This maybe a symptom considered under:
A. Illness anxiety disorder B. Psychological Factors Affecting Medical Conditions
C. Conversion Disorder D. None of the above

54. A presence of a medical condition is a symptom of Psychological Factors Affecting Medical Condition. Falsification of physical
or psychological symptoms of a disorder is linked to Factitious Disorder Imposed on Self.
A. the first statement is false; and the 2nd statement is also true
B. the first statement is true; and the 2nd statement is false
C. Both statements are false
D. Both statements are true

55. Jenna always seeks advice for the condition of her daughter Marie even though numerous doctors have already told her
that her child has no hearing problems. This can linked to
A. Illness anxiety disorder B. Psychological Factors Affecting Medical Conditions
C. Conversion Disorder D. Factitious Disorder Imposed on Another

56. Jiro was a 35 yr old man who consulted many doctors for “high fever, vomiting, diarrhea, inability to eat and rapid weight
loss”. After numerous negative lab tests, his doctor told him “I can’t go on with you; tests results have already mentioned
that you don’t have physical illness.”
A. Illness anxiety disorder B. Psychological Factors Affecting Medical Conditions
C. Conversion Disorder D. Factitious Disorder Imposed on Another

57. Parents who somatize tend to neglect their children, causing children to learn that the only way to receive attention is to be ill.
Somatoform disorders can be real for the individual and needs to have some doctor for checkup.
A. the first statement is false; and the 2nd statement is also true
B. the first statement is true; and the 2nd statement is false
C. Both statements are false
D. Both statements are true
58. Often, in somatoform disorders, the symptoms are inconsistent with possible physiological processes, and there is strong
reason to believe that psychological factors are involved.
A. True B. Maybe C. False

59. Disproportionate and persistent thoughts about the seriousness of one’s symptoms is linked to psychophysical problems.
A. True B. Maybe C. False

60. Conversion disorder typically involves one specific symptom, such as blindness or paralysis, but a person can have repeated
episodes of conversion involving different parts of the body. Usually, the symptoms do not develop following exposure to an
extreme psychological stressor.
A. True B. Maybe C. False

61. Bea just ate 10 hamburgers and drank a liter of soda. If she is a hypochondriac, she would probably interpret any resulting
stomach discomfort as
A. Her own fault for eating too much B. The results of poor quality of food
C. Gas pains from overeating D. A sign that something is malfunctioning in her stomach

62. The brothers, Christian and Manuel, seem to undergo physical symptoms of pain and discomfort. Both have been examined
by physicians and with no organic cause. Christian is concerned that his pain is a sign of a serious illness, while Manuel is not
worried that he is sick. However, Manuel is so focused on his pain that he finds it hard to participate in normal life activities.
Which of the following statements is true?
A. Christian has hypochondriasis; Manuel has somatization disorder
B. Manuel has hypochondriasis; Christian has somatization disorder.
C. Both have somatization disorder.
D. Both are hypochondriacs.

63. Which of the following statements is true with regard to the treatment of somatization disorder?
A. Cognitive-behavioral treatment has been demonstrated in several studies to be the best available treatment. B. It is
relatively easy to treat as long as the patient is willing to participate in therapy.
C. Assignment of a "gatekeeper" physician has been found to cure most patients.
D. It is difficult to treat Conversion Disorder and there are no treatments with proven effectiveness.

64. Every time she is abused by her grandfather, Jane looks at herself as a different person so she does not feel overwhelmed by
what is happening. This can be a symptom of what disorder:
A. Illness anxiety disorder B. Reactive Attachment Disorder
C. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder D. Acute Stress Disorder

65. After a car accident, Donnie has been found to be having some nightmares, difficulty in falling asleep, and uncontrollably
being reminded of the accident. This has been occurring for 3 weeks and the symptoms died down in the 4th week. What
condition is this?
A. Illness anxiety disorder B. Reactive Attachment Disorder
C. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder D. Acute Stress Disorder

66. Flashback, hypervigilance and avoidance of the places where it happened are symptoms of
A. Illness anxiety disorder B. Reactive Attachment Disorder
C. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder D. Acute Stress Disorder

67. Jay is a child who is always inhibited and shies from approaching his uncle. He has difficulty in socially relating with others
and is irritable. This condition can be linked to:
A. Acute Stress Disorder B. Disinhibited Social Engagement Disorder
C. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder D. Reactive Attachment Disorder

68. When a child does not seem to seek comfort with a caregiver and reacts the opposite with a stranger, this known as:
A. Reactive Attachment Disorder B. Disinhibited Social Engagement Disorder
C. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder D. Acute Stress Disorder

69. Those individuals who inhibit behavior that they become overly familiar with stranger is known as Disinhibited Social Engagement Disorder.
Individuals who have difficulty controlling flashbacks of an accident can be linked with Acute Stress Disorder.
A. the first statement is false; and the 2nd statement is also true
B. the first statement is true; and the 2nd statement is false
C. Both statements are false
D. Both statements are true

70. Heidi has difficulty in concentrating in her studies. She is irritable and would be easily startled by loud noises. This is a
common feature of what disorder, if it is ongoing for 3 weeks now.
A. Reactive Attachment Disorder B. Disinhibited Social Engagement Disorder
C. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder D. Acute Stress Disorder

71. The tendency to engage in acts that are against people or society is a personality disorder. What personality disorder is this?
A. Antisocial personality Disorder B. Borderline Personality Disorder
C. Narcissistic Personality Disorder D. Histrionic Personality Disorder

72. This is a disorder characterized by shifting and unstable mood, self-concept, and interpersonal relationships , and is
accompanied by impulsive behaviors.
A. Antisocial personality Disorder B. Borderline Personality Disorder
C. Narcissistic Personality Disorder D. Histrionic Personality Disorder

73. Being histrionic may mean that a person engages in pervasive grandiose thoughts of one’s value, exploitative and arrogant
demeanor.
A. True B. Maybe C. False

74. One way to treat persons with schizophrenia is by prescribing anxiolytics.


A. True B. Maybe C. False

75. It is a general disorder about a person’s characteristics, where there is a long pattern of maladaptive behaviors, thoughts,
and feelings.
A. Characterological Disorder B. Personality Disorder
C. Narcissistic Personality Disorder D. Histrionic Personality Disorder

76. Jeffrey grew up with a mother who is absent most of the time; then become ultra-sweet when she is there. He felt that his
relationship with her was unstable. In growing up, he was not able to keep a relationship for a long time and he noticed that
he has a long standing pattern of being so angry at individuals who refused to accomplish what they have promised or who
does not show up for appointment. This may be linked to
A. Antisocial personality Disorder B. Borderline Personality Disorder
C. Narcissistic Personality Disorder D. Histrionic Personality Disorder

77. Martha has a mother who had frequently abandoned her and a father who had constantly molested her. If she develops
PTSD, this can be linked to
A. Biological Perspective B. Psychological Perspective
C. Socio-cultural Perspective D. Behavioral Perspective

78. Carlo is having incoherent speech and mixes different words which don’t mean anything. He is currently experiencing
disturbances of
A. Thought B. Emotion C. Speech D. Consciousness

79. Megan was observed to be under-emotionally reacting as compared to others in the group. She has reported that she does
not feeling anything. She is experiencing:
A. Inappropriate Affect B. Apathy C. Blunted Affect D. Flat Affect

80. Jeremy is having six relationships with different women at the same time. He feels that all of these women cannot live without
him. He mentioned that he has an oozing sex appeal that others find hard to resist. This is known as
A. Unstable Relationships B. Trust Issues C. Inflated Self Esteem D. Satyriasis

81. All of the disorders presented here increases suicide risk, except for
A. Schizophrenia B. Borderline Personality Disorder
C. Substance Abuse Related Disorders D. Anxiety Disorders

82. When clients take alcohol for a long time and stops using it or reduces the use of the substance, then develops some
clinically significant distress in social, occupational, or other areas of functioning, the client may be suffering from
___________.
A. Substance Dependence B. Substance Withdrawal
C. Substance Abuse D. Substance Intoxication

83. At low doses alcohol can be a relaxant; while in higher doses, it increases aggression.
A. True B. Maybe C. False

84. When a person attributes his drinking habit because his parents always do it; this is idea related with _____
A. Biological Perspective B. Behavioral Perspective
C. Socio-cultural Perspective D. Psychological Perspective

85. Knowledge derived from the behavioral sciences applied to the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of medical problems is
A. Health Psychology B. Behavioral Medicine
C. Psychophysiological Disorders D. Psychosomatic Medicine

86. Merry was diagnosed with brief psychotic disorder after talking about her secret plans both to save the world's starving
children and to break into a foreign embassy. She refused treatment and was not forced by her relatives to undergo one
because she was ______________________.
A. diagnosed incorrectly. B. no longer covered by their health insurance.
C. not considered dangerous to himself or others. D. Histrionic Personality Disorder

87. After Arnold had a shabu session, he went to work hearing voices and seeing a floating woman. This can be manifested as
A. Substance use related disorder B. Withdrawal Syptoms
C. Craving D.Recurrent substance use

88. When a person does not seem to know the date, time and place, this is known as a disturbance of
A. Attention B. Thought C. Speech D. Consciousness
89. The therapist of Mark has been cancelling appointments at the last minute for several times already. Mark feels that he
needs to transfer to a different therapist but the therapist mentioned that it is not good to transfer to different
professionals. Which of the following ethical principle is the therapist committing?
A. Duty to warn client B. Multiple Relationships
C. Duty to provide competent service D. Duty to Report abuse

90. In therapy, individuals with depression are given skills to communicate with others better. This is known as
A. Interpersonal Therapy B. Psychodynamic Therapy
C. Pharmacological Therapy D. Behavior Therapy

91. Parents who become overly protective and who models anxious behaviors in response to separations from their children
will contribute to the development of __________.
A. Reactive Attachment Disorder B. Separation Anxiety Disorder
C. Generalized Anxiety Disorder D Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

92. Diana has been experiencing uncontrollable bingeing, followed by behaviors to remove what she eats. One of the factors
she does that is because she is concerned with her body.
A. the first statement is false; and the 2nd statement is also true
B. the first statement is true; and the 2nd statement is false
C. Both statements are false
D. Both statements are true

93. Miguel is being treated for Borderline Personality Disorder. He expressed that he will kill his girlfriend who broke up with her. Her
therapist decided to inform the police about this condition. Which of the following is something that the therapist should break as a
responsibility of mental health professional
A. Duty to provide competent and appropriate treatment
B. Duty to report the abuse
C. Confidentiality
D. Duty to warn

94. If a mentally ill patient who had a violent episode refuses to be hospitalized because he is a danger to others, what should
the authorities do?
A. Take him for a temporary custody even against his will
B. Call in his relatives to handle him
C. Do not do anything because he has a right to refuse treatment
D. Take him for a temporary custody because he has unsafe behaviors

95. Marissa, an adult with mild intellectual disability, was being accused of embezzling a big amount of money. Her psychologist
as an expert testimony would say that
A. She is rational and able to understand what she is doing
B. She is incompetent to stand on trial due to her lack of understanding and performs poorly in tests.
C. She is not considered dangerous to himself or others.
D. She has symptoms of severe psychopathology.

96. Maricar had developed some infatuated feelings towards her therapist of 6 mos. During one of her sessions, she disclosed to the
therapist what she was feeling. Maricar had asked the therapist about his feelings and he was not able to deny them. The therapist
decided to transfer the case to other therapist. What ethical principle is he trying to uphold?
A. Duty to warn B. Avoid Multiple Relationships
C. Duty to protect the client D. Avoid Transference

97. Individuals who are not willing to be admitted to mental hospitals even if they cannot take care of themselves can continue
to do so because ____________.
A. they are used to what they are doing
B. society does not have an obligation to provide mental health services for them.
C. they can refuse treatment or intervention as part of law
D. All of the above

98. Sociocultural changes over history that may have resulted in more recent generations being at higher risk for depression
than people were born a few generations ago. This otherwise known as _____________.
A. Cohort Effect B. Domino Effect C. Bleuler Effect D. Changing Effect

99. Gary had lost his job and cannot find a new one after 6 months. He became very sad, had difficulty in sleeping, was isolated
and often drunk beer. His symptoms of depression can be explained through ________________.
A. Social status as cause of depression B. Viewing things from the past
C. Lack of direction as cause of depression D. Loss of motivation.

100.This lobe is the part of the brain that is used for reasoning and relating to the world as humans.
A. Cerebral B. Frontal C. Temporal D. Limbic

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