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Paula is searching for the most effective treatment for bulimia. Research suggests that this will likely be a combination of ____.
 
  a. response prevention and family therapy
 b. relaxation training and cognitive-behavioral therapy
 c. cognitive-behavioral therapy and antidepressant medication
  d. psychoeducational groups and stimulant medication

Question 2

One of the most common characteristics of suicide is ____.
 
  a. to seek a solution to an unsolvable problem
 b. to get even with other people
 c. to make other people remember the person who committed suicide
  d. to achieve a higher state of existence

Question 3

Important goals in treating bulimia are to normalize the eating pattern and to eliminate the binge-purge cycle. The disordered eating pattern is typically broken up by ____.
 
  a. implementing a routine of eating three meals a day
 b. implementing a routine of eating five meals a day
 c. having the patient work with a nutritionist to plan on a more proper way to diet
  d. using shock therapy whenever the patient considers vomiting

Question 4

Suicidal ideation refers to ____.
 
  a. Suicidal ideation refers to ____.
 b. ideas about ways to convince others to commit suicide
  c. thoughts about suicide
 d. explanations of why people commit suicide

Question 5

Priscilla has been hospitalized because of her bulimia. Which physical condition might be expected to have resulted from her disorder?
 
  a. bowel obstructions
 b. cardiac arrhythmias and electrolyte imbalance
  c. panic attack
 d. hypertension

Question 6

Professor Salazar is talking to his class about suicide among young people. He tells them, Approximately 38,000 people kill themselves each year in the United States. Over the past ten years, suicides for young people aged 15 to 24 increased 20 percent for males and 42 percent for females. In 2007, suicide was the leading cause of death for young people aged 10 to 24 years old. Recent research also indicates that suicide rates are much higher for college students than for their peers who don't attend college. Which part of Professor Salazar's statement is accurate?
 
  a. Recent research indicates that suicide rates are much higher for college students than for their peers who don't attend college.
  b. Over the past ten years, suicides for young people aged 15 to 24 increased 20 percent for males and 42 percent for females.
  c. In 2007, suicide was the leading cause of death for young people aged 10 to 24
 d. Approximately 38,000 people kill themselves each year in the United States.

Question 7

Amy has just begun therapy for anorexia nervosa. She is in the hospital, where medical staff give her feedings to increase her weight. After she has gained sufficient weight, in order to maintain treatment gains achieved in the hospital, what will most likely be implemented as an outpatient?
 
  a. family therapy
 b. stimulant medication
 c. systematic desensitization
  d. aversive conditioning
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Answer to #2

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