Chapter 12: Fill-in-the-Blank Summaries:
I. Anxiety disorders
Longstanding and disruptive patterns of anxiety are central to the diagnosis of a(n) (1) _________. The most prevalent disorder of this type is a(n) (2) _________. (3) _________ are strong, irrational fears of particular stimuli or situations. In contrast, (4) _________ are strong, irrational fears of publicly embarrassing situations. Finally, (5) ________, may be the most debilitating in that it tends to result in a fear of leaving home and being unable to return to the security of that safe place. Another type of anxiety disorder is (6) __________, which involves nonspecific anxiety. When anxiety comes in intense, unpredictable attacks, we label it as (7) ___________. (8) __________ involves uncontrollable repetitive thoughts that result in ritualistic actions. In the new DSMV, (9) ____________ is newly classified as an anxiety disorder and may now be diagnosed in adults.
Somatoform disorder anxiety disorder phobia
Generalized anxiety disorder specific phobias social phobias
Conversion disorder dysthymic disorder panic disorder
obsessive-compulsive disorder Separation anxiety disorder
II. Affective Disorders
Affective disorders are also known as (10) ________. When someone is plagued by feelings of inadequacy, worthlessness, and guilt, they are diagnosed with (11) _________. False beliefs, or (12) ____________, may also occur. If these same symptoms occur at low levels of severity but for a long period of time, the individual may be diagnosed with (13) ___________. When a person alternates periods of depression with periods of elated, active emotionality (known as (14) ___________), then the person merits a diagnosis of (15) _____________. An alternating pattern of mood swings that are less extreme is labeled as (16) ______________.
Dysthymic disorder major depression mania...