__________ is characterized by bizarre motor behavior, which sometimes takes the form of a completely immobile stupor, although even in the stupor state the person is fully conscious of what is happening around them.
The medical model asserts that abnormal behavior is caused by:
In the United States, _____ have the highest suicide rate of all demographic groups.
A(n) ________ disorder is an anxiety disorder in which the individual has an irrational, overwhelming, persistent fear of a particular object or situation.
Abnormal behavior is behavior that is:
___________ are psychological disorders that feature motor tension, hyperactivity, and apprehensive expectations and thoughts.
What is the relationship between genetics and the risk of developing schizophrenia?
___________ is a disorder in which the individual not only develops amnesia but also unexpectedly travels away from home and assumes a new identity.
____________ is an anxiety disorder marked by the recurrent sudden onset of intense apprehension or terror.
Multiple personality disorder is also known as:
Group therapy, family and couples therapy, self-help support groups, and community mental health would be considered ________ approaches to the treatment of psychological disorders.
Moniz developed a procedure known as _________, which involved severing the connections between specific brain structures.
Alcoholics Anonymous, Compeer, Parents without Partners, and Weight Watchers are considered:
Removing or destroying brain tissue as a method to improve a person’s adjustment is called:
Drugs are mainly used to treat which of the following disorders?
Antianxiety drugs are also known as _______ and reduce anxiety by making individuals calmer and less excitable.
_________ therapies emphasize that individuals’ thoughts are the main source of abnormal behavior and psychological problems.
The role of the therapist in client-centered therapy would be described as:
What is the Freudian technique that encourages the patient to say aloud whatever comes to mind?
_____________ is the process used by mental health professionals to help individuals recognize, define, and overcome their psychological and interpersonal difficulties.