Chapter 6 - Anxiety and Stress-Related Problems - Set B
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The aetiology of agoraphobia has rarely received the kind of attention that has been given to panic disorder. This is because:
Panic attacks can be medically induced by administering carbon dioxide enriched air (CO2) or by encouraging hyperventilation. These are known as:
An account of panic disorder that alludes to biological differences between those that suffer panic disorder and those that do not is that the disorder may be caused by overactivity in the:
Examples of safety behaviours include:
Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD) is a pervasive condition in which the sufferer experiences:
Neuropsychological perspectives on GAD have implicated which brain regions in the activity of worrying?
Functional theories of GAD suggest that:
In OCD, obsessions are:
Trichotillomania is otherwise known as:
It is a common clinical experience that many individuals with OCD believe that their unpleasant, unacceptable thoughts can influence events in the world. This is known as:
The mood-as-input hypothesis of OCD suggests that perseveration of a compulsive activity is maintained by the accompaniment of which mood state?
The most common, and arguably the most successful, treatment for OCD is:
DSM-5 also emphasizes that PTSD symptoms can be acquired in cases where the stressor has involved simply viewing stressful images of life-threatening traumas. This has generated controversy because:
Which of the following is a short-term psychological and physical reaction to severe trauma?