Kaplan HN115 Unit 8 – Quiz (latest 2016)
1. Question :
The most common psychotic disorder is Paranoid Personality Disorder.
Question 2. Question :
Partial hospitalization or day treatment programs refer to a place individuals who are acutely disturbed or suicidal go for diagnostic assessment and stabilization.
Question 3. Question :
Early in human history mental illness was commonly believed to be caused by _____.
Question 4. Question :
Approximately ___% of the U.S. adult population suffers from some diagnosable mental disorder.
Question 5. Question :
The term “severely mentally ill” typically refers to those individuals suffering from _____.
schizophrenia and other delusional disorders
schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, severe and recurrent depression
all of the above
Question 6. Question :
A 1997 study found that African-American caregivers of individuals with mental illness experienced little to no barriers making it easy for them to be actively involved in the treatment of their loved ones.
Question 7. Question :
In 1792, Philippe Pinel was memorialized for what reason?
Unchaining up to 5,000 patients
Chaining all patients in an insane asylum
Developing the first psychotropic medication
Founding the first psychiatric hospital in France
Question 8. Question :
During colonial times, the problem of the insane and “feeble-minded” was considered _____.
a matter of public concern
a governmental matter
the church’s concern
a family matter
Question 9. Question :
The trend of abuse noted in the Middle Ages continued throughout the nineteenth century, where members of society whose behavior was not in line with social mores and the general expectations of society were subjected to _____.
all of the above
Question 10. Question :
The insane were often housed in ____.
almshouses or workhouses for the poor
Question 11. Question :
The absence of normal behavior such as the lack of emotion (sometimes referred to as affective flattening), alogia (complete lack of any speech), and extreme apathy (complete lack of interest or drive) often seen in schizophrenia is commonly referred to as _____.
an empty mood
Question 12. Question :
Hallucinations are defined as _____.
sensations that are experienced but do not exist
hearing voices or seeing things that are not there
feeling sensations when nothing is present
all of the above
Question 13. Question :
Disorders of one’s mood and emotions, including depression are commonly referred to as _____.
none of the above
Question 14. Question :
_____ hypothesizes that depression is related to negative or irrational thinking. If thought consistently enough, thoughts such as “I’m a horrible person”, “Nothing good will ever happen to me, or “I will always fail” can ultimately lead to feelings of sadness, despair and hopelessness.
Social learning theory
Cognitive dissonance theory
Question 15. Question :
One of the biggest challenges in getting individuals with mental illness off the streets is _____.
engaging them in treatment
obtaining identifying information
finding appropriate housing
locating responsible family members
Question 16. Question :
Borderline personality disorder is believed to be _____.
primarily biological in nature
related to abuse in childhood, particularly sexual and physical abuse
caused by the Borna virus
related biologically to Bipolar disorder
Question 17. Question :
The National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI) estimates that approximately ____% of the mentally ill population will come into contact with the criminal justice system at some point in their lives.
Question 18. Question :
Sullivan (1992) was one of the first theorists to apply the _____________ to the area of chronic mental illness where clients suffering from mental illness are encouraged to recognize and develop their own personal strengths and abilities.
collective encouragement perspective
Question 19. Question :
Folsom, Hawthorne, & Lindamer’s 2005 study found that nearly ______ mentally ill individuals are homeless.
1 in 4
1 in 6
1 in 10
1 in 25
Question 20. Question :
Almost ___% of mentally ill female inmates reported having been physically and/or sexually abused prior to going to prison.