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With reference to the social dimension of the multipath model,..... Played a major role in the development of a person s principal diagnosis
1.physiological dependency
2 behavioural under control
3.social pressure
4.coping with life transitions
Which of the following symptoms that lesego manifest indicates that she is experiencing symptoms of withdrawal from alcohol ?
1.leago s need for markedly increased amount of alcohol to obtain the desire effect
2.leago s continued use of alcohol despite adverse impact on Her academic performance
3.leago s symptoms of psychomotor agitation, sweaty palms, nausea and irritability
4.leago s declined academic performance and strained family relationships
Which of the following symptoms that Leago manifest indicates that she has developed tolerance towards alcohol?
1.leago s need for markedly increased amount of alcohol to obtain the desire effect
2.leago s continued use of alcohol despite adverse impact in her academic performance
3.leago s symptoms of psychomotor agitation, sweaty palms, nausea and irritability
4.leago s declined academic performance and strained family relationships
Which one of the following statements applies to 'meriti Wa letswele' according to the African perspective on psychopathology?
1.it is based on the view that the environment is potentially dangerous
2.it is associated with maternal care
3.it is characterised by a psychogenic pain
4.it is sent by the ancestors
The general attributes of the western worldview focuses on..... While the African worldview focuses on......
1.competition,uniqueness
2.being one with nature, mastery of nature
3.the survival of the individual, the survival of the community
4.separateness and interdependence, co-operation and independence
Citing examples, explain the role of sampling in research
While receiving treatment for a severe medical condition 45 year old Peter, also manifest symptoms that mainly involve a disturbance in consciousness, memory problems and impairment of cognitive functioning regarding focussing, sustaining and shifting attention, although Peter does not experience any delusions and hallucinations, his symptoms result in an impairment of functioning.
Peter most likely diagnosis according to the dsm-5 classification system is....
1.delirium due to a general medical condition
2.conversation disorder
3.mild neurocognitive disorder due to a general medical condition
4.schizophrenia
Jody asked her father to teach her how to drive. her father had recently taken a class in behavior modification and reasoned that because driving was a novel behavior for Jody, she could be taught how to drive by a shaping procedure. what is the problem with this application of shaping?
Why is it Important to prevent problem behaviors?
Researchers try to use a truly representative sample of the population of people in whom they are interested—one of the main reasons for using random selection. Even so, the sample is usually selected from within a particular segment of the social world in which the researchers themselves live and work. For example, in the United States there are some fairly distinct differences between people from the northeast and people from the southeast, and the same can be true in many other countries. There are also differences between urban and rural areas. If a psychologist is conducting a study in a particular geographical area of a country, how might regional differences impact the study’s results? What measures could or should the psychologist take to minimize the impact?
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