PSY 330 Week 5 Quiz Personality Disorders Recent

PSY 330 Week 5 Quiz Personality Disorders Recent

PSY 330 Week 5 Quiz Personality Disorders Recent

1. How can one differentiate a personality disorder from normal personality functioning? (Points : 1)

2. All of the following are reasons why comorbidity may be so high with personality disorders EXCEPT (Points : 1)

3. Which of the following scenarios is an example of referential thinking, which is common in schizotypal personality disorder? (Points : 1)

4. Which of the following was NOT a problem that Szasz had with applying the medical model to psychiatric illness? (Points : 1)

5. How is the criterion of distress met for someone who has very little awareness of their disordered behavior? (Points : 1)

6. Pervasive—which means the trait or behavior emerges in all aspects of the individual’s life—is similar to Allport’s term _____. (Points : 1)

7. What might be a drawback of administering the MMPI-2 in its entirety? (Points : 1)

8. Statistical deviance, in and of itself, is not a good criterion to define disorder because (Points : 1)

9. What is a change in DSM-5 that has helped it to align more closely with the International Classification of Diseases (ICD)? (Points : 1)

10. What has been the conclusion of research involving the five factor model and the DSM approach for classifying personality disorders? (Points : 1)

11. ______ personality disorder is characterized by being overly conscientious, stubborn, and meticulous. (Points : 1)

12. Vince seems indifferent and detached; he has few goals, interests, or pleasures in life. He does not desire or derive enjoyment from close relationships and quickly disengages. Vince most likely suffers from _____ personality disorder. (Points : 1)


13. Which of the following does the MMPI-2 NOT contain? (Points : 1)

14. Following the five-factor model, which of the following might you expect someone with obsessive-compulsive personality disorder to score low on? (Points : 1)

15. Antisocial personality disorder is different from other personality disorders in what two important ways? (Points : 1)

16. Why is it important to include validity scales in assessment measures? (Points : 1)

17. To be considered a personality disorder, by which stage in a person’s life must the disordered behavior become apparent? (Points : 1)

18. What has recent research suggested that the PAI is correlated with? (Points : 1)

19. What does Szasz say regarding the categorization of homosexuality and premenstrual syndrome as disorders? (Points : 1)

20. Why might personality disorders be underrepresented in clinical settings? (Points : 1)