Test Bank For Abnormal or Exceptional Mental Health Literacy for Child and Youth Care Canadian 1st Edition Gural

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Test Bank For Abnormal or Exceptional Mental Health Literacy for Child and Youth Care Canadian 1st Edition Gural

Contents

Chapter 1Perspectives: Abnormal or Exceptional?3

Chapter 2Trauma- and Stressor-Related Disorders17

Chapter 3 Neurodevelopmental Disorders 28

Chapter 4 Attention Deficits 36

Chapter 5 Disruptive Behaviour 48

Chapter 6Anxiety, Obsessive-Compulsive, and Related Disturbances60

Chapter 7 Mood Disturbances 74

Chapter 8 Eating Disturbances

Chapter 9Psychosis and Schizophrenia

Chapter 10 Substance Misuse and Addictions

Appendix 1Understanding Suicide

Chapter 1 Perspectives: Abnormal or Exceptional?

Multiple Choice Questions

Learning Objective 1.1 – Identify, define, and provide examples for the four elements of abnormality. Explain how cultural and societal norms play a role in definitions of abnormality.

  1. All of the following are one of the major elements of abnormality EXCEPT:
    1. risk to self and others
    2. personal distress
    3. impairment or maladaptiveness
    4. altered consciousness

Answer: D

Page Reference: 3-7

Skill: factual; Difficulty: easy

  1. For someone to be described as exhibiting “abnormal behaviour” according to the psychological perspective and the DSM, behaviour must be 
    1. genetically based
    2. maladaptive and harmful
    3. something everybody does 
    4. not seen at all in “normal people”

Answer: B

Page Reference: 6

Skill: conceptual; Difficulty: moderate

  1. Alice orders dinner in a Winnipeg restaurant. After receiving her spaghetti dinner, she starts to eat it with her fingers. Alice has violated a social
    1. norm
    2. tradition
    3. taboo
    4. sanction

Answer: A

Page Reference: 3

Skill: applied; Difficulty: easy

  1. What is considered “abnormal” in one culture may be considered quite “normal” in another culture. This illustrates that abnormality is a
    1. nonsocial concept
    2. dimensional concept
    3. useless concept
    4. relative concept

Answer: D

Page Reference: 4-5

Skill: conceptual; Difficulty: challenging

  1. Although binge drinking is considered culturally unacceptable in Canada, it occurs frequently on college and university campuses. Considering the basic elements of abnormality, binge drinking in Canada is best viewed as being
    1. a social variant
    2. normal behaviour
    3. socially deviant
    4. statistically deviant

Answer: C

Page Reference: 4-5

Skill: applied; Difficulty: moderate

Learning Objective 1.2 – Describe the field of abnormal psychology. Distinguish between mental health, mental illness, and abnormality. Summarize the DSM approach to abnormality.

  1. The branch of psychology that focuses on the scientific study of disorders of behaviour, mood, and mental processes is referred to as
    1. abnormal psychology
    2. biopsychosocial psychology
    3. abnormal psychology 
    4. developmental psychology

Answer: A

Page Reference: 8

Skill: factual; Difficulty: easy

  1. All of the following are among the primary goals of abnormal psychology EXCEPT
    1. describe
    2. explain
    3. decrease
    4. control

Answer: C

Page Reference: 8

Skill: factual; Difficulty: easy

  1. Mental health is associated with each of the following EXCEPT
    1. productive activities
    2. an ability to cope with the normal stresses of life
    3. making a contribution to one’s community
    4. an ability to avoid stressful and traumatic events

Answer: D

Page Reference: 9

Skill: conceptual; Difficulty: moderate

  1. The term that is used to refer to a pattern of specific behavioural, cognitive, emotional, or physical symptoms shown by an individual that is marked by distress and decreased functioning is 
    1. mental health
    2. mental disorder
    3. mental illness
    4. abnormal psychology

Answer: B

Page Reference: 8-9

Skill: factual; Difficulty: moderate

  1. Which of the following is TRUE?
    1. Abnormal behaviour and mental disorder are equivalent terms that mean the same thing
    2. Mental disorder refers to a pattern of behaviour, not just a single act
    3. Mental illness only refers to psychological problems that are related to biological factors
    4. Mental illness and mental disorder are equivalent terms that mean the same thing

Answer: B

Page Reference: 8-9

Skill: conceptual; Difficulty: challenging

  1. How are disorders organized in the DSM-5? 
    1. There are 5 major categories or groupings of disorders
    2. There are 5 major areas or axes of assessment (i.e., stress, physical health, etc.)
    3. There are 22 major categories or groupings of disorders
    4. Each disorder is considered along 2 dimensions: internal/external and controlled/overcontrolled

Answer: C

Page Reference: 9

Skill: factual; Difficulty: easy

  1. Abnormal behaviour is commonly described as “symptoms” of mental “illness” to be “diagnosed” and “cured.” This terminology illustrates the importance of ______________in how the DSM defines abnormality.
    1. research data
    2. alternative approaches
    3. the medical model
    4. legal considerations

Answer: C

Page Reference: 9-10

Skill: conceptual; Difficulty: moderate

  1. The basic function of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) is to
    1. Determine the total number of individuals suffering from a disorder
    2. Compare and contrast the effectiveness of different therapies
    3. Summarize the primary causes of specific mental disorders
    4. Help practitioners correctly identify specific disorders by specifically describing each disorder

Answer: D

Page Reference: 9-12

Skill: conceptual; Difficulty: moderate

  1. Dr. Philips conducted a series of tests and interviews with Vera and determined that she best fell into the category of “anxiety disorders.” The collection of information about Vera is referred to as______ while assigning her behavioural pattern to a category of the DSM is referred to as_________.
    1. assessment; diagnosis
    2. diagnosis; assessment
    3. etiology; comorbidity
    4. diagnosis; etiology

Answer: A

Page Reference: 9-12

Skill: conceptual; Difficulty: moderate

Learning Objective 1.3 – Summarize key elements of a CYC conceptual model and highlight those elements that are particularly relevant in CYC work with young people experiencing mental health concerns. Define mental health literacy.

  1. As a Child and Youth Care practitioner, Emily has a basic knowledge of mental health issues even though she is not a psychologist or psychiatrist and believes that this will help her to better recognize important behaviours in the youth she works with. This best illustrates the concept of ___________.
    1. mental health literacy
    2. ‘the other 23 hours’
    3. CYC domains of practice
    4. evidence-based practice

Answer: A

Page Reference: 13

Skill: applied; Difficulty: easy

  1. All of the following are one of Carol Stuart’s seven domains of CYC practice EXCEPT
    1. communication
    2. cultural competence
    3. professionalism
    4. self

Answer: B

Page Reference: 14-15

Skill: factual; Difficulty: easy

  1. Although widely used, Life Space Crisis Intervention has little scientific evidence to support its effectiveness with youth. This best illustrates which key element of a CYC conceptual model?
    1. mental health literacy
    2. person-first language
    3. evidence-based practice
    4. cultural respect

Answer: C

Page Reference: 19

Skill: applied; Difficulty: moderate

Learning Objective 1.4 – Summarize the CYC perspective on diagnostic labelling. Identify the strengths and limitations of using the DSM-5 in CYC practice.

  1. One strength of using the DSM system of classification is that it
    1. reduces the number of people diagnosed with disorders
    2. can help a child and family access help or services
    3. emphasizes resilience rather than pathology
    4. reinforces the notion that mental illness is very different from physical illness

Answer: B

Page Reference: 16-17

Skill: conceptual; Difficulty: moderate

  1. Each of the following is a limitation of diagnostic labelling EXCEPT
    1. it draws attention to the negative behaviours of the child
    2. it can result in a loss of uniqueness and individuality
    3. it overemphasizes the emotional turmoil the precedes exceptional behaviour
    4. it overlooks the context or background issues associated with behaviour

Answer: C

Page Reference: 16-17

Skill: conceptual; Difficulty: challenging

  1. 13-year-old Carl was recently diagnosed with ADHD.  He is now afraid of hanging out with his friends for fear he will be recognized as mentally ill and treated differently. This example best illustrates 
    1. a lack of cultural safety
    2. comorbidity
    3. inaccurate diagnosis
    4. his fear of stigma

Answer: D

Page Reference: 16-17

Skill: applied; Difficulty: easy

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