Download Guided PSYC 305 Test 2

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PSYC 305 Test 2

PSYC 305 Test 2 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. A child raised in a home with a SUD may be protected from the full impact of the SUD if there are
  2. A point of confusion for mental health professionals is that
  3. Which of these is NOT one of the consequences of prenatal exposure to amphetamines?
  4. The effects of toxins on a fetus, especially during the first trimester, are
  5. Which is NOT one of the “rules” commonly enforced in families with SUDs?
  6. Although the abuse of a chemical might not have caused the development of a mental illness
  7. Which of these is NOT a characteristic of adult children of alcoholics purported by the ACOA movement?
  8. refers to specific behaviors while referring to a relationship.
  9. According to Freud’s “repetition compulsion,” once the addict stops his/her dysfunctional behaviors, the codependent will
  10. WhichofthesestatementsistrueabouthetreatmentofbipolaraffectivedisorderandSUDs?
  11. The term “dual diagnosis” refers to individuals who have
  12. At the heart of codependency is
  13. The “convergence theory” says:
  14. What has been found to help reduce the number and severity of drug-induced consequences during pregnancy?
  15. By learning how to “let go” of their attempts to control a dysfunctional person’s behavior, the codependent person is expressing
  16. According to Doweiko, which model of dual diagnosis seems to be supported by the most evidence?
  17. A codependent’s difficulty maintaining appropriate boundaries for him/herself is often described as.
  18. When a pregnant woman ingests alcohol, the blood alcohol level of the fetus will
  19. One of the challenges to the concept of codependency is that it
  20. According to Doweiko, which is essential to getting an accurate dual diagnosis assessment?
  21. According to your text, to “enable” another person is to
  22. Codependency is characterized by
  23. Knowing that behaving in a way that protects the substance abuser from having to pay the natural consequences for his behavior is
  24. When a person closely involved with an addict acts in a way to allow the addict to continue the addicted behavior, it is known as
  25. Codependency

Set 2

  1. A cornerstone of recovering from codependency is
  2. The research addressing maternal amphetamine use
  3. Codependency
  4. During courtship and the first year of marriage
  5. A point of confusion for mental health professionals is that
  6. Communication in codependent relationships is
  7. Why might it not be a good idea for a dual-diagnosis patient to attend a 12-step recovery group?
  8. Which of these statements is true about the treatment of bipolar affective disorder and SUDs?
  9. Which is NOT one of the “rules” commonly enforced in families with SUDs?
  10. Aspirin use during pregnancy
  11. According to your text, “codependency” and “enabling” are
  12. What has been found to help reduce the number and severity of drug-induced consequences during pregnancy?
  13. One of the challenges to the concept of codependency is that it
  14. When a person closely involved with an addict acts in a way to allow the addict to continue the addicted behavior, it is known as
  15. Why is neonatal exposure to alcohol or drugs of abuse in the first trimester potentially dangerous?
  16. Studies show that women:
  17. When a pregnant woman ingests alcohol, the blood alcohol level of the fetus will
  18. Which is NOT true about dual diagnosis clients?
  19. According to your text, to “enable” another person is to
  20. Persons with bipolar disorder tend to abuse drugs during
  21. When a family helps the individual establish a sense of self and identity separate from the family system, it is called_______________.
  22. Which class of pharmaceuticals are now viewed as the most appropriate agents to treat anxiety disorders?
  23. _____________ refers to specific behaviors while ____________refers to a relationship.
  24. Which is NOT a “weapon” commonly used in families with SUDs as a way to try to control other members?
  25. For a child, one of the main developmental goals is to

Set 3

  1. Studies show that women:
  2. Why is neonatal exposure to alcohol or drugs of abuse in the first trimester potentially dangerous?
  3. It was once thought that alcohol use disorders in the elderly were
  4. According to your text, to “enable” another person is to
  5. According to your text, the lowest level of intimacy between partners is when
  6. Codependency is characterized by
  7. Which of these is NOT one of the consequences of prenatal exposure to amphetamines?
  8. One of the challenges to the concept of codependency is that it
  9. Which of these serves as a powerful “relapse trigger” for dual-diagnosis clients trying to quit abusing substances?
  10. refers to specific behaviors while ____________refers to a relationship.
  11. Coping skills training
  12. Codependency
  13. When a person closely involved with an addict acts in a way to allow the addict to continue the addicted behavior, it is known as
  14. Aspirin use during pregnancy
  15. According to your text, the role a person’s substance use plays in his or her choice of marital partner is
  16. Which class of pharmaceuticals are now viewed as the most appropriate agents to treat anxiety disorders?
  17. The term “dual diagnosis” refers to individuals who have
  18. Which of these is NOT a characteristic of adult children of alcoholics purported by the ACOA movement?
  19. According to your text, “codependency” and “enabling” are
  20. Which of these is NOT seen in codependency?
  21. A cornerstone of recovering from codependency is
  22. The research addressing maternal amphetamine use
  23. Enabling behaviors might be motivated by which of these?
  24. Substance abuse in the disabled population
  25. During courtship and the first year of marriage

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