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B) I and ill (a) I and II (d) II and ill (c) II'~d IV 16. One of the benefits of the DSM-W classification system is that it provides guidelines for rating the (a) Results of personality tests (b) Overall severity of recent events (c) Oient's motivation for treatment (d) Family history of psychiatric disorders 17. How do the DSM-DI, DSM-m-R, and DSM-W differ from earlier classification manuals? (a) They focus on etiology (b) They emphasize description rather than interpretation (c) They rely on the psychodynamic perspective (d) They cover a more limited scope of problems childhood disorders 18.
Ans. 59 relations during infancy as the foundation of development of unhealthy and abnormal personality in later years. What is the behavioural perspective of abnormal behaviour? This approach defines abnormality as a result of maladaptive responses and failure to learn adaptive behaviours and competencies. What is the cognitive behavioural approach to understanding abnormal behaviour? According to this approach distorted thoughts and information processing can lead to maladaptive emotions and behaviour.
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Abnormal Psychology: Objective Type by Prema Kumar, Geetika Tankha