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Complex post-traumatic stress disorder: Quiz


Question 1: At what point do the complex, reciprocal ________ responses to prolonged and extreme abuse evolve into BPD?
MedicineBiopsychosocial modelMajor depressive disorderClinical psychology

Question 2: Variations in consciousness, such as forgetting traumatic events, reliving traumatic events, or having episodes of ________ (during which one feels detached from one's mental processes or body)
Passive–aggressive behaviorDefence mechanismDissociationHypochondriasis

Question 3: This may depend on the timing, intensity and duration of the abuse and an as yet unidentified predisposition to BPD that results in a reset of the ________ levels of the body in a self-reinforcing pattern recognisable as the symptom cluster of BPD.

Question 4: The diagnosis of dissociative disorder and PTSD in the current ________ do not include insecure attachment as a symptom.
Mental disorderClassification of mental disordersDiagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental DisordersSchizophrenia

Question 5: C-PTSD involves complex and reciprocal interactions between multiple ________ systems.
Clinical psychologyBiopsychosocial modelMedicineMajor depressive disorder

Question 6: Post-traumatic stress at the ________
Time WarnerJim BarksdaleOpen Directory ProjectLife (magazine)

Question 7: A differentiation between the diagnostic category of C-PTSD and that of ________ (PTSD) has been suggested.
Major depressive disorderPosttraumatic stress disorderAnxiety disorderBipolar disorder

Question 8: The phenomena of the increased risk of violence and death of step-children is referred to as the ________.
Benjamin SpockCinderella effectAttachment theoryChild discipline

Question 9: Among these treatments are experiential and emotionally focused therapy, internal family system therapy, sensorimotor psychotherapy, ________, eye movement desensitization and reprocessing, family systems therapy and group therapy.
Cognitive behavioral therapyEdna B. FoaImpulse (psychology)Thought suppression

Question 10: Trauma can be repeated on behavioural, emotional, physiologic, and ________ levels.


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