A. selective symptomatology.
B. pseudoneurological symptom.
C. pain disorder.
A. integrate the subpersonalities into a unity.
B. bond with the primary personality.
C. establish a contract with the subpersonalities to prevent self-harm.
D. provide a forum for the subpersonalities to communicate with one another.
A. adolescents and young adults.
B. adults between the ages of 40 and 60.
D. adults over 60.
A. the failure of a condition to develop as expected
B. the particular body part showing the symptom
C. the patient’s description of the source of the symptoms
D. the usual course of development of the physical symptoms
A. The host personality has put in a relatively rare appearance.
B. The person has changed from one subpersonality to another.
C. The person has faked a change in personality.
D. Two subpersonalities rapidly changed back and forth several times.
A. electroconvulsive shock therapy
C. amphetamine injections
D. family therapy
A. body dysmorphic disorder.
B. somatization disorder.
C. factitious disorder with psychological symptoms.
D. hypochondriacal disorder.
A. the tip-of-the-tongue phenomenon.
B. an eidetic image.
C. jamais vu.
D. déjà vu.
A. personality disorder
B. mood disorder
C. dissociative disorder
D. histrionic personality disorder
A. somatization disorder.
B. hypochondriacal disorder.
C. body dysmorphic disorder.
D. conversion disorder.
A. conversion disorder.
B. factitious disorder.
C. preoccupation disorder.
A. the child of the person experiencing it.
B. the spouse of the person experiencing it.
C. the person experiencing it.
D. the medical personnel caring for the person experiencing it.
A. first decreased, then increased.
B. first increased, then decreased.
C. has increased.
D. has decreased.
A. Munchausen syndrome.
B. a conversion disorder.
C. a factitious disorder.
D. Munchausen syndrome by proxy.
B. post-hypnotic suggestion.
B. imagining the event
C. dream interpretation
D. journal writing
A. active-avoidance learning
B. associative memory learning
C. social learning theory
D. state-dependent learning
A. were rooted in the oral stage.
B. were more common in men than women.
C. enabled people to avoid unpleasant activities.
D. were medical problems that needed medical, not psychological treatment.