1. Little Hermes runs around the house endlessly, needs little sleep, and often has temper tantrums. His mother ponders “I probably did drink too much during my pregnancy with him and caused him brain damage”. What perspective of psychological disorders is she demonstrating?a. the biopsychosocial model. the demonological model. the diathesis-stress model. the medical model2. The DSM-IV-TRa. is the most widely used classification system for psychological disorders.b. is multiaxial.c. groups mental disorders on the basis of observable behaviors or symptoms.d. all of these3. Katie is excessively fearful of doing something that will be humiliating or embarrassing when in public. What would psychologists be likely to diagnose Katie with?a. social phobia. claustrophobiaacrophobiad.agoraphobia4. Abrupt attacks of acute anxiety in which the individual may experience shortness of breath, heavy sweating, and pounding of the heart that is not triggered by a specific object or situation, is known as a. a specific phobia.C. an obsession.b. a compulsion.d.a panic disorder.5. Cory was driving the car when an accident occurred that killed his best friend. When Cory woke up the next morning, he couldn’t remember where he was or what had happened the night before.He is most likely exhibiting. dissociative amnesia.c. panic disorder.b. dissociative identity disorder.d. dissociative fugue.6. A woman believes that she is suffering from a serious stomach or intestinal disease because she feelsfull after eating and some foods don’t agree with her. Repeated visits to doctors have indicated that she is in good health and has no evidence of disease. The woman is likely to receive a diagnosis of. conversion disorder.c. hypochondriasis.b. pain disorder.d. malingering.7. The difference between the symptoms of depressed mood and an episode of major depression is thatthe symptoms of major depression area. drastically different.c. only observed in females.b. more intense.d. always related to stressful situations.