1. Which is a common childhood fear associated with early school age?A. Fear of authorityB. Fear of thunder and lightningC. Fear of monsters and the darkD. Fear of strangers2. Lily, 4 is overly familiar with adults she never met before. One day she actually started leaving a store with a man who talk to her in a friendly way and didn’t look back when her mother called back to stop her. Given this information, Lily might haveA. reactive attachment disorderB. social anxiety disorderC. disinhibited social engagement disorderD. conduct disorder3. In adolescents, the most common comorbid association with depression include all of the following, exceptA. Intellectual disabilitiesB. substances and eating disorderC. ADHDD. behavior disorder4. Which of the following is true regarding childhood depression?A. Females exhibit more depressive symptoms than males at this age.B. Symptoms include poor academic, irritability, and poor social skillsC. Male exhibits more depressive symptoms than females at this ageD. Parenting is not related to depression at this age level5. Carey had separation anxiety disorder as a child. In her teens, what disorder is she most vulnerable to?A. Panic attacksB. Obsessive compulsive disorderC. Social phobiaD. Generalized anxiety order6. Which of the following is not among the disorders that are reported to be comorbid with obsessive compulsive disorder?A. Tourette’sB. ADHDC. Disruptive behavior disordersD. Bipolar disorder7. It has been found that 82% of children with OCD have families high inA. expressed motionB. passive parenting styleC. maternal influenceD. authoritarian parenting style8. Marcy, 7, fears that something dreadful will happen to her mother if she leaves home. She refuses to go to school and is having nightmares, so she can’t sleep alone. Marcy most likely suffers fromA. generalized anxiety disorderB. panic disorder with agoraphobiaC. social phobiaD. separation anxiety disorder9.  Which of the following did Kovac and colleagues (1988) discover about the depressed children in their longitudinal study?A. If children has conduct disorder as well as depression, the conduct disorder remained, but the depression dissipated as they go older.B. Children who has depression earlier grew out of it in their teens.C. Long-term outcomes for children with depression and conduct disorder were no different than outcomes for children with depression without conduct disorder.D. Almost one quarter of their sample had evidence of combined depression and conduct disorder by the time the study was completed.10. What are the three most common comorbid disorders for children with depression?A. PTSD, panic disorder, and OCDB. Bipolar disorder, learning disorder, and anxiety disordersC. Behavior disorders, ADHD, and anxiety disordersD. ADHD, social phobia, and anxiety disorder11. In the 1970’s, the prevailing concept of depression in children was thatA. children experienced anaclitic depression because of a lack of contact comfortB. depression in children was temporaryC. children’s brain are simply too inexperienced to be depressed.D. depression in children was demonstrated as a wasting away or marasmus.12. Choose the correct example of selective mutism.A. Rayvon’s teacher says, “He hears only what he wants to hear.”B. Carlotta, 5, is developmentally normal but has not begun speaking yet.C. Jenny is extremely reluctant, even unwilling, to speak in public.D. A brain injury left left Greg unable to make speech sound13. In their comparative study of social phobias in teens and adults, Hoffman and colleagues foundA. no evidence to support the idea of phobia subtypesB. like adults, teens also experienced the generalized subtype of social phobiaC. like adults, teens rated informal speaking as more fearful than formal speaking.D. teens who experienced a speaking phobia were likely to have a comorbid disorder14. Compared to adults, children with obsessive compulsive disorder are more likely to engageA. in obsessions rather than compulsions.B. classmates in ritualists playC. family members in their ritualsD. In safety rituals15. What are the four systems for subtyping bipolar disorderA. Age of onset, nature of episodes, clinical phenotypes, and comorbid associationB. Intensity of symptoms, length of cycles, clinical phenotypes, and comorbid associationC. Family history, response to previous treatment, purity of episodes, and ability to control behaviorD. Age of onset, family history, intensity of symptoms, and length of cycles16. Which of the following has been implicated in the etiology of obsessive compulsive disorder?A. Under-activation of the caudate nucleiB. Low levels of serotoninC. Above-average intelligenceD. left-handedness17. Which of the following disorders appears under Disorders First Diagnosed in Infancy and Childhood in the DSM-IV-TR?A. Type ll DiabetesB. Obsessive compulsive disorderC. Separation anxiety disorderD. Specific phobia18. Which of the following parental factors increase the risk for child maltreatment?A. GenderB. Religious affiliationC. PovertyD. Race19. What an important feature of the temper outbursts shown in disruptive mood dysregulation disorder?A. They happens only when the child wakes upB. They happen only at homeC. They occur once a week or soD. They’re developmentally inappropriate20. According to Ollendick and King, the best treatment for phobic disorders in children involvesA. participant modeling and reinforced practice.B. replacement and displacementC. anti-anxiety medications and cognitive therapyD. denial and hypnosis

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