Psy 303 week 3 quiz ( sleep-wake, feeding, eating, sexual

Question 1.Lucille’s parents come into her room at scheduled times throughout the night to wake her up. These scheduled awakenings are done about 30 minutes before Lucille has one of her sleep episodes. From which sleep disorder does Lucille probably suffer? 

  •   non-rapid eye movement sleep arousal disorders, sleep terror type   
  •   non-rapid eye movement sleep arousal disorders, sleepwalking type   
  •   narcolepsy   
  •   nocturnal encopresis   

Question 2.Which of the following would be classified as a parasomnia? 

  •   breathing-related sleep disorder (sleep apnea)   
  •   narcolepsy   
  •   insomnia disorder   
  •   non-rapid eye movement sleep arousal disorders, sleep terror type

Question 3.:__________ disorder is defined by sexual fulfillment and excitement gained by watching unsuspecting people disrobe or engage in sex.

  •   Fetishistic   
  •   Voyeuristic   
  •   Frotteuristic   
  •   Sexual sadism 

Question 4.According to the DSM-5, pedophiles must be at least                years older than their victims.

  •   3   
  •   4   
  •   5   
  •   6

Question 5.The idea behind ______________ conditioning is to associate paraphilic objects with negative stimuli, thereby transforming their sexually arousing properties into aversive ones. 

  •   coercive   
  •   divertive   
  •   concessive   
  •   aversive 

Question 6.According to the textbook, an individual suffering from bulimia nervosa will often binge on upwards of _________ calories in a single sitting, an amount approximately equivalent to eating six McDonalds Big Mac sandwiches in one meal.

  •   1500   
  •   3000   
  •   4500   
  •   5000

Question 7.Question :The correct order of the five phases of the sexual response cycle is:      

  •   desire, excitement, orgasm, plateau, resolution.   
  •   desire, excitement, plateau, orgasm, resolution.   
  •   excitement, plateau, orgasm, desire, resolution.   
  •   excitement, desire, plateau, orgasm, resolution.   

Question 8.Why were trans community members concerned about the reduction in the number of criteria an individual would need to meet to receive a Gender Incongruence (GI) diagnosis?

  •   Reducing the number of criteria might increase the number of people diagnosed with GI.   
  •   Reduced criteria would decrease stigma   
  •   Reducing criteria would make it easier for doctors to accurately diagnose GI.   
  •   None of the above.   

Question 9.John is a 23 y/o male he regularly dresses in women’s clothing. He has been engaging in the behavior for several years, he believes he is really a female. John also has sexual relations while wearing women’s under garments and make-up. What disorder does this most closely describe? 

  •   Transvestic disorder   
  •   Voyeurism   
  •   Gender dysphoria   
  •   None of the above   

Question 10.Frances shared this concern regarding the deletion of the disorder

suffix in “Gender Identity Disorder” along with the removal of the distress/impairment criterion:

  •   Too few people would meet criteria to be diagnosed with GID/GI.   
  •   People with unique gender expression would meet criteria for the GID/GI diagnosis, regardless of whether their gender expression caused distress.   
  •   The word “disorder” is needed to indicate that unique gender expression is a disorder.  

Question 11._____________ disorder is the only paraphilic disorder that seems to affect females, although they are still a minority.

  •   pedophilic   
  •   voyeuristic   
  •   frotteuristic   
  •   sexual masochism 

Question 12.The lethality of eating disorders is    

  •   no different than average.   
  •   lower than average.   
  •   higher than average.   
  •   the highest of all mental disorders.

Question 13.37-year-old Florence says that she has bulimia. Every time she binges on approximately 3500 calories a day, she says she loses her excess calories by exercising about 4 hours a day. At times she will also starve herself.  She appears to be about 20 pounds overweight with a slight belly.  What is wrong about Florence’s perception?

  •   nothing, as individuals with bulimia do attempt to lose the excess calories by excessive exercise or by fasting   
  •   she cannot have bulimia because she is not involved with purging   
  •   she has anorexia since she does starve herself at times to lose the excess weight   
  •   she is too old to have bulimia.   

Question 14.According to the DSM-5, ____________________ refers to pain during sex for females. It is diagnosed only when the pain is believed to have a strong psychological component. 

  •   female vaginal disorder   
  •   genito-pelvic pain/penetration disorder   
  •   vaginismus   
  •   dyspareunia   

Question 15.A person with __________ disorder uses nonliving objects, such as shoes, bras, underpants, or leather clothing, in fantasy or directly to achieve sexual gratification. 

  •   fetishistic   
  •   voyeuristic   
  •   frotteuristic   
  •   exhibitionistic

Question 16.Consider this scenario: The DSM is introduced to a remote indigenous culture in Australia. After a few months, researchers begin to notice that people in this culture are suddenly showing symptoms found only in the DSM. These symptoms were not present before the introduction of the DSM to the culture. The research of __________ supports this phenomenon.

  •   Bandura   
  •   Watters   
  •   Szasz   
  •   Blashfield   

Question 17.Which viewpoint(s) was/were expressed by the invited speakers

at the 2003 APA roundtable on sex and gender? 

  •   Institute a moratorium on GID diagnoses for children and adolescents.   
  •   Paraphilias satisfy some kind of primitive psychological urge.   
  •   There is no empirical evidence for the suggestion that paraphilias are associated with sexual dysfunction or impaired capacity for reciprocal affectionate sexual activity.   
  •   Only A and C   

Question 18.Joe is diagnosed with transvestic fetishism after reporting to his medical doctor that he enjoys wearing women’s clothing around his house. After learning about his diagnosis, Joe begins to feel shame because he has heard his coworkers talk negatively about transsexuals and cross-dressers. Which theory clearly explains the reason why Joe is experiencing shame? 

  •   Psychoanalytic   
  •   Learning   
  •   Cognitive   
  •   Labeling  


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