A mental disorder is defined as ________________.
Mary goes to the emergency room for the seventh time in six months, complaining of difficulty breathing and chest pains that came on suddenly. She thinks she is having a heart attack and is afraid she is dying, but the doctor cannot find anything wrong. Her symptoms suggest she might be suffering from ____________.
A(n) ______________ is a persistent, unwanted thought.
Repetitive, ritualized behavior that a person feels must be carried out to avoid disaster is called a(n) ___________________.
After surviving a train derailment, John experienced frequent, vivid thoughts and images of the accident for several months. He also had problems sleeping and was irritable and withdrawn. John is suffering from ________________.
Which is not a problem associated with "Direct Brain Intervention" treatments?
Systematic desensitization for the treatment of phobias is a type of ___________ therapy.
Which of the following is a humanist therapist?
The drug of choice for treating bipolar disorder is _____________________.
Which of the following is NOT behavioral therapy
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