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Exam on abnormal child pscyology I was hoping you could help me with it is only 50 questions and I would need it ASAP. Thanks!


 


I dont know why the format came out so bad.  Sorry about that.


Question 1



  1. .    
  Children who are defined as exceptional are children who are

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    above the norm.

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    below the norm.

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    both above the norm and below the norm.

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    all children are exceptional.

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 2



  1. .    
  Multifinality refers to the observation that

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    various outcomes may stem from similiar beginnings.

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    developmental pathways may converge at the end.

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    the same disorder may have different causes.

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    different disorders may stem from similar caues.

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 3



  1. .    
  The study of child psychopathology differs from the study of adult psychopathology in that

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    treatment for a child’s but not an adult’s psychopathology centers on restoring previous functioning.

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    The study of child and adult psychopathology does not have any differences.

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    only an adult’s psychopathology indicates a difference in previous functioning.

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    the causes of a child’s psychopathology is different than the cause of an adult’s psychopathology.

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 4



  1. .    
  Psychological disorders are defined as patterns of behavioral, cognitive, emotional, or physical symptoms, which are associated with

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    distress.

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    disability.

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    all of these

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    increased risk for further suffering.

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 5



  1. .    
  Which statement is TRUE about sex differences and mental health problems in children?

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    Sex differences in problem behaviors show up by early infancy.

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    Boys show greater difficulties than girls starting in early adolescence.

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    Boys’ externalizing problems start out higher than girls in the preschool years.

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    Anxiety disorders are more common in boys than girls.

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 6



  1. .    
  Differential diagnosis refers to

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    having more than one disorder.

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    the cause of the disorder.

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    ruling out a disorder that may have similar symptoms as another disorder.

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    how commonly the disorder is found in the general population.

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 7



  1. .    
  Which of the following is FALSE regarding the lifespan implications of having a mental health problem in childhood?

Answer

  2. .                 

  3. .     

  4. .    Few children continue to have psychological problems in adulthood, because most children are resilient.

  5. .                 

  6. .     

  7. .    Childhood psychopathology contributes to demands for education and criminal justice resources and repeated interventions for many years after the diagnosis.

  8. .                 

  9. .     

  10. .    Children with mental health problems are more likely to drop out of high school and have social problems.

  11. .                 

  12. .     

  13. .    The children most likely to face long-term consequences of mental health problems are those who have severe or untreated cases of psychopathology.

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 8



  1. .    
  Which statement is TRUE about ethnicity and mental health problems in children?

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    Minority children in the U.S. are overrepresented in rates of some disorders.

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    Ethnic representation in research studies has received a great deal of attention in studies of child psychopathology.

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    Even with SES controlled for, many differences emerge in relation to race.

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    Minority children and youth do not face any more disadvantages in life than other children.

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 9



  1. .    
  Why is culture important in studying exceptional children?

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    Culture affects the way children express their disorder.

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    Culture influences the way the child responds to treatment and thus the outcomes of the disorder.

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    All disorders are equally influenced by culture.

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    The first two statements are correct.

  14. .  

  15. .     

  16. .    All statements are correct. 

  17. .    




2 points  


Question 10



  1. .    
  What is a risk factor?

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    A variable that precedes a negative outcome of interest

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    A variable that increases the likelihood that a negative outcome will occur

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    Both of the statements are correct. 

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    None of the statements are correct.

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 11



  1. .    
  What is the best explanation as to why more children of a young age are being diagnosed with mental health problems today compared to years ago?

Answer


  2. .     

  3. .    Clinicians use less stringent criteria in determining whether young children meet the diagnostic criteria for a disorder.


  4. .     

  5. .    Parents are busier today and thus have less time to discipline children’s behavior problems thus leading to an increase likelihood of mental health issues.


  6. .     

  7. .    An increase in the percentage of children with healthcare coverage has led to more children seeking treatment and thus being diagnosed with problems.


  8. .     

  9. .    Greater awareness that mental health problems do occur among young children.

  10. .    




2 points  


Question 12



  1. .    
  Which results would NOT support the idea that genes play a significant role in behavior?

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    The finding that children are more similar to their biological parents than to their adoptive parents.

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    The finding that monozygotic twins are more similar than dizygotic twins.

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    The finding that dizygotic twins are more similar than monozygotic twins.

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    Results that indicate similarities between biological siblings

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 13



  1. .    
  The part of the brain that regulates our emotional experiences, expressions, impulses, and basic drives is the

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    hindbrain

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    basal ganglia

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    limbic system

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    hypothalamus

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 14



  1. .    
  The behavioral model of psychopathology proposed that problem behavior develops through a process of

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    reinforcement.

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    paired stimulus and response.

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    imitation.

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    All of the above.

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 15



  1. .    
  After studying his history, Nico is excused from having to wash the dishes, a task he detests. Nico’s parents are attempting to use _____ to increase Nico’s studying.

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    negative reinforcement

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    positive reinforcement

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    extinction

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    punishment

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 16



  1. .    
  The frontal lobe is responsible for

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    processing visual information.

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    memory.

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    higher order thinking.

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    perception of touch and pain.

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 17



  1. .    
  In the Strange Situation procedure, an infant who responds to his mother’s return by reaching out to her, then angrily protesting when she picks him up, would be characterized as

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    insecure-resistant.

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    insecure-disorganized.

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    insecure-avoidant.

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    secure.

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 18



  1. .    
  Dr Cavanaugh believes that most all types of psychopathology stem from difficulties in controlling ones emotions.  Dr. Cavanaugh can be said to a supporter of which of the following perspectives in exceptional childhood? (obj 7)

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    affective

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    psychological

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    social/cultural

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    biological

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 19



  1. .    
  __________ explain the acquisition of problem behavior on the basis of paired associations between previously neutral stimuli (e.g., homework), and unconditioned stimuli (e.g., parental anger).

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    Social learning models

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    Operant models

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    Classical conditioning models

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    Social cognition models

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 20



  1. .    
  Which of the following statements about neural development is false?

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    The connections in the brain are relatively pre-determined and the environment cannot change their course.

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    Most developing axons reach their destination even before a baby is born.

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    Primitive areas of the brain develop first.

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    Synapses both proliferate and disappear in early childhood.

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 21



  1. .    
  The family-systems approach argues that

Answer

  2. .                 

  3. .     

  4. .    The cause of a child’s psychopathology is best understood by examining the functioning of the family as a unit instead of each individual member of the family.

  5. .                 

  6. .     

  7. .    Relationships with siblings are the major focus in examining the causes of a child’s psychopathology.

  8. .                 

  9. .     

  10. .    All of the above.

  11. .                 

  12. .     

  13. .    Individual family members are the cause of the child’s psychopathology.

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 22



  1. .    
  ____________ has been implicated in several psychological disorders, especially those connected to a person’s response to stress.

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    Dopamine

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    BZ-GABA

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    The HPA axis

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    Norepinephrine

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 23



  1. .    
  ________________ describes the “slow-to-warm-up child”, who is cautious in approaching novel or challenging situations.

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    Adaptive with negative mood

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    Fearful or inhibited

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    Negative affect or irritability

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    Positive affect and approach

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 24



  1. .    
  A child who cannot control his temper has problems in emotion ________.


Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    sensitivity.


  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    reactivity. 


  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    deregulation.


  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    regulation.


  14. .    




2 points  


Question 25



  1. .    
  __________ increases the chance that characteristics other than the independent variable will be equally distributed across treatment groups.


Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    Natural assignment


  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    Random selection.


  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    Equal distribution


  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    Random assignment


  14. .    




2 points  


Question 26



  1. .    
  A limitation of psychophysiological measures is

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    poor inter-rater reliability

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    high level of inference for interpretation

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    deception by the child

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    inappropriateness with young children

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 27



  1. .    
  After getting several parents to agree to participate in a study, a researcher has the parents report on the depressive behaviors of their children now and every two years from now for 10 years. This type of study can best be described as a ________ study which has a problem with ________.

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    retrospective; memory biases

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    prospective; memory biases

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    prospective; loss of participants 

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    retrospective; loss of participants 

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 28



  1. .    
  The greater the degree of control that a researcher has over the _____________, the more a study approximates a true experiment.

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    moderator variables

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    independent variable

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    subjects in the sample

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    dependent variable

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 29



  1. .    
  A psychologist designs an experiment to determine the effect of eye contact on children’s smiling. Group 1 is exposed to ten eye contacts during the session while Group 2 is exposed to zero eye contacts during the session. The psychologist record the number of times the children in each group smile. In the study, the

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    Number of eye contacts is the dependent variable.

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    None of the above statements are true.

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    Number of eye contacts is the independent variable.

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    Number of smiles by the children is the independent variable.

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 30



  1. .    
  When doing research into the causes of childhood psychopathology there are three specific concerns you must take into consideration.  Which one of the following is one of these concerns?


Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    creating a precise definition of the psychopathology being studied.


  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    ensuring that it contains a representative sample of gender, race, and SES.


  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    obtaining an informed consent from parents instead of the child.


  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    recruiting only people that are eligible to participate in the study.


  14. .    




2 points  


Question 31



  1. .    
  A correlation of -.75 between age and amount of time spent in REM sleep means that

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    older people spend less time in REM sleep

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    older people spend more time in REM sleep

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    the relationship between age and time spent in REM sleep is weak

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    younger people spend less time in REM sleep

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 32



  1. .    
  Professor King studies the dating behaviors of young adults by bringing them into a room that is set up like a bar and hosting a party. Through a one-way mirror, she observes how many times each guy flirts with a girl.  Dr. King’s method would best be described as a(n)

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    survey

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    naturalistic observation

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    standardized test

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    structured observation

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 33



  1. .    
  Which of the following statements about case studies is FALSE? 

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    are rich in detail and provide valuable insights

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    involve intensive observation and analysis of an individual child

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    usually study rare childhood disorders

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    use controlled methods without biases

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 34



  1. .    
  Michael studies developmental differences in extroversion by

  2. .    testing 9-, 19-, 39-, and 59-year-old subjects all at the same time.

  3. .    Michael is performing a _____ study.

Answer

  4. .  

  5. .     

  6. .    cross-sectional

  7. .  

  8. .     

  9. .    experimental

  10. .  

  11. .     

  12. .    sequential

  13. .  

  14. .     

  15. .    longitudinal

  16. .    




2 points  


Question 35



  1. .    
  Omar decides to use a longitudinal design to assess cognitive development in adolescence. Which one of the following is a major problem for Omar?

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    Having enough time and money to complete the project.

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    It gives no information about how people change.

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    A variable is assessed all at the same time.

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    The ability to measure change within an individual.

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 36



  1. .    
  Emily’s mother was asked to complete a behavior checklist on two separate occasions several weeks apart. The results yielded from both occasions were very similar. The behavior checklist can be said to have good

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    test-retest reliability

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    face validity

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    face reliability

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    test-retest validity

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 37



  1. .    
  When studying the nature and distribution of childhood disorders _______ can tell us the number of new cases of the disorder there are in a certain time frame.

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    studies of correlates and risks

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    incidence rate studies

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    efficacy studies

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    prevalence rate studies

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 38



  1. .    
  According to the DSM-IV-TR, developmental disorders, like mental retardation, would be classified on

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    Axis I.

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    Axis IV.

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    Axis II.

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    Axis III.

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 39



  1. .    
  Dr. Lance is a psychotherapist who frequently argues with her clients. She tries to get them to confront their irrational beliefs. She often contradicts what they say, telling them to think about things from a different perspective. Dr. Lance is most likely

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    A humanistic therapist

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    A psychodynamic therapist

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    A cognitive therapist

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    A client-centered therapist

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 40



  1. .    
  When trying to describe a child's problem, one can use the ___________ classification approach which assumes that all children possess the same traits to varying degrees.

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    trait

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    dimensional

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    categorical

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    feature

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 41



  1. .    
  An assessment technique in which parents, teachers, or the child is asked to rate the frequency and intensity of certain behaviors and then results are compared to a known reference group is referred to as a

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    behavioral analysis

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    personality test.

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    checklist

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    behavioral recording

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 42



  1. .    
  Intelligence tests can be used for all, BUT which of the following purposes


Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    to determine one’s mental state.


  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    to assess for evidence of a traumatic brain injury.


  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    to assess how logically one thinks.


  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    to assess one’s personality.


  14. .    




2 points  


Question 43



  1. .    
  The DSM-IV is criticized for all of the following reasons except

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    the DSM-IV allows for multiple diagnoses.

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    doesn't take into account situational and contextual factors.

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    in some cases can result in children not getting the services they need.

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    uses rigid and often arbitrary descriptions of symptoms as criteria for disorders. 

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 44



  1. .    
  Semi-structured interviews tend to be _______________ than unstructured interviews.

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    more spontaneous

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    less reliable

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    more consistent and less spontaneous

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    less consistent

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 45



  1. .    
  The detailed representation of the individual child or family as a unique entity is referred to as a(n) ___________ case formulation.

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    idiographic

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    diagnostic

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    nomothetic

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    prognostic

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 46



  1. .    
  A type of test in which children are shown ambiguous images and are asked to describe the image is referred to as a(n)

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    projective test.

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    measure of the Big 5 personality traits.

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    clinical interview.

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    nomothetic analysis.

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 47



  1. .    
  ___________ refers to efforts to increase adherence with treatment over time to prevent reoccurrence.

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    Maintenance

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    Treatment

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    Prevention

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    Intervention

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 48



  1. .    
  Dr. Murphy is a psychotherapist who is nonjudgmental and extremely supportive of her clients. She encourages them to talk through their concerns, and she serves as a sounding board as her clients come to recognize their own self worth. Dr. Murphy is most likely a _______ psychologist.

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    psychodynamic

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    client centered

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    cognitive

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    behavioral

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 49



  1. .    
  Neuropsychological assessments are primarily used to

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    identify underlying brain lesions

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    make inferences about central nervous system dysfunction

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    diagnose mental deficits

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    identify genetic abnormalities

  14. .    




2 points  


Question 50



  1. .    
  Which of the following is not true of the meta-analytic findings of research therapy with children?

Answer

  2. .  

  3. .     

  4. .    Treatment effects tend to be lasting.

  5. .  

  6. .     

  7. .    Treatments have been shown to be more effective for internalizing than for externalizing disorders.

  8. .  

  9. .     

  10. .    Changes achieved by children receiving treatment are greater than those for children not receiving treatment.

  11. .  

  12. .     

  13. .    Treatment effects are larger for problems that are specifically targeted than they are for nonspecific areas of functioning.


 

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