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Attachment disorder: Quiz


Question 1: It is described in ICD-10 as ________, or "RAD" for the inhibited form, and disinhibited attachment disorder, or "DAD" for the disinhibited form.
Reactive attachment disorderBipolar disorderMajor depressive disorderMental disorder

Question 2: In ________ both comparable inhibited and disinhibited types are called reactive attachment disorder or "RAD".
Mental disorderSchizophreniaDiagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental DisordersClassification of mental disorders

Question 3: Additionally, the development of ________ may play a role in emotional development.
ConsciousnessPhilosophy of mindCognitionTheory of mind

Question 4: ________ also describes Reactive Attachment Disorder of Infancy or Early Childhood.
Classification of mental disordersMental disorderSchizophreniaDiagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders

Question 5: ________ is primarily an evolutionary and ethological theory.
Parental investmentAttachment parentingParentingAttachment theory

Question 6: Affectional bond________Attachment in childrenAttachment disorderAttachment measuresAttachment parenting
Child abuseJealousyHuman bondingAttachment in adults

Question 7: There are a variety of mainstream prevention programs and treatment approaches for attachment disorder, attachment problems and moods or behaviors considered to be potential problems within the context of ________.
ParentingParental investmentAttachment theoryAttachment parenting

Question 8: Two of the most well-known cases are those of ________ in 2001 and the Gravelles in 2003 through 2005.
North CarolinaAttachment disorderCandace NewmakerAttachment therapy

Question 9: ________ indicates the absence of either or both the main aspects of proximity seeking to an identified attachment figure.
Disinhibited attachment disorderMental disorderBipolar disorderReactive attachment disorder

Question 10: Critics maintain these therapies are not based on an accepted version of ________.
ParentingAttachment theoryAttachment parentingParental investment

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