Multiple Choice Questions
1) What is a defence mechanism?:
2) What is the Id?:
3) What is an Ego defence mechanism?:
4) One of the concepts of the humanistic-existential approach is:
5) An example of classical conditioning is:
6) Operant conditioning:
7) Which one of the following would a client centred therapist use?
8) The somatogenic hypothesis advocated that causes of psychological disorders were found in:
9) According to the psychoanalytic approach, an attempt to integrate values learned from parents and society is called?
10) Which of the following of Freud's ideas is still important to psychopathology today?
11) Which of the following is not a treatment developed from classical conditioning principles?
12) Which of the following is not an axis I disorder?
13) Which of the following is NOT a way of defining psychopathology?
14) Which of the following is a problem associated with DSM IV?
15) Comorbidity explains the notion that:
16) Rather than occurring as discrete disorders, it is possible that psychopathology may represent symptoms of:
17) A GAF score of 21-30 may indicate:
18) Which of the following is NOT addressed by the medical model?
19) Sigmund Freud was the pioneer of which of the following models of psychopathology?:
20) The acquisition of dog phobia can best be explained by the:
21) Which of the following is not used to define psychopathology?
22) An example of a hybrid disorder is:
23) Which of the following were historical explanations of psychopathology?
24) Which of the following is an example of repression?
25) Which one of these models of psychopathology would suggest that psychological disorders result from acquiring dysfunctional ways of thinking and acting?
26) Psychoanalysis is an attempt to explain what?
27) Behaviour modification is an example of which of the following treatment methods:
28) Psychological disorders were only added to the International List of Causes of Death (ICD) in 1939. This was done by:
29) Individuals with mental health problems have become increasingly vocal about how psychopathology and those who suffer from it are labelled and perceived by others. Groups of individuals who are end users of the mental health services provided by, for example, government agencies such as the NHS are known as:
30) Which of the following is an organisation dedicated to changing the way in which society views people with mental health problems?