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I. Identification
_______________________________1) Diagnosed when personality traits become inflexible and maladaptive and significantly interfere with how a person
functions in society.
_______________________________2) Ways of perceiving and interpreting self, other people, and events.
_______________________________3) Range, intensity, liability and appropriateness of emotional response.
_______________________________4) Ability to control impulses or express behavior at the appropriate time and place.
_______________________________5) Includes people whose behavior appears odd or eccentric and includes paranoid, schizoid, and schizotypal personality
_______________________________6) Includes people who appear dramatic, emotional or erratic and includes antisocial, borderline, histrionic and
narcissistic personality disorder.
_______________________________7) Includes people who appear anxious or fearful and includes avoidant, dependent and obsessive compulsive personality
_______________________________8) People with personality disorders are often described as
_______________________________9) Refers to biologic processes of sensation, association and motivation that underlie the integration of skills and habits
based on emotion.
_______________________________10) Exhibits fear of uncertainty, social inhibition, and shyness with strangers, rapid fatigability and pessimistic worry in
anticipation of problems.
_______________________________11) Results in someone who is quick tempered, curios, easily bored, impulsive, extravagant, and disorderly.
_______________________________12) Defines how the person responds to social cues.
_______________________________13) People are hardworking and ambitious overachievers who respond to fatigue or frustration as a personal challenge.
_______________________________14) Consists of concepts about the self and external world.
_______________________________15) To the extent which a person is responsible, reliable, resourceful, goal oriented and self-confident.
_______________________________16) Refers to the extent to which a person sees himself or herself as an integral part of human society.
_______________________________17) Describes the extent to which a person considers himself or herself be an integral part of the universe.
_______________________________18) Cognitive perceptual disturbances include magical thinking, odd beliefs, illusions, suspiciousness, and ideas of
reference and low grade psychotic symptoms. These chronic symptoms usually respond to.
_______________________________19) Emotional detachment, cold and aloof, emotions and disinterest in social relations often respond to what
_______________________________20) It can help manage anxiety for clients with cluster C personality disorder.
_______________________________21) Characterized by pervasive mistrust and suspiciousness of others also may appear guarded or hyper vigilant.
_______________________________22) A defense mechanism which I blaming other people, institution or events for their own difficulties.
_______________________________23) Characterized by a pervasive pattern of detachment from social relationship and a restricted range of emotional
expression in interpersonal setting.
_______________________________24) Characterized by pervasive pattern of social ad interpersonal deficits marked by cute discomfort with and reduced
capacity foe close relationships as well as by cognitive or perceptual distortions and behavioral eccentricities.
_______________________________25) Characterized by a pervasive pattern of disregard for and violation of the rights of others and with central
characteristics of deceit and manipulation.
_______________________________26) A technique designed to manage manipulative or deceptive behavior.
_______________________________27) A neutral place to regain internal control is often a helpful strategy.
_______________________________28) Characterized by a pervasive pattern of unstable interpersonal relationships, self-image and affect as well as marked
_______________________________29) Pervasive mood involving unhappiness, restlessness and malaise.
_______________________________30) A technique useful in changing patterns of thinking by helping clients to recognize negative thoughts and feelings and
to replace them with positive patterns of thinking.
_______________________________31) A technique to alter the process of negative or self-critical thought such as “I am dumb, I am stupid and I can’t do
anything right.”
_______________________________32) The client reframes negative thoughts into positive ones.
_______________________________33) A technique that involves learning to assess situations realistically rather than always assuming a catastrophe will
_______________________________34) Characterized by a pervasive pattern of excessive emotionality and attention seeking. Tends to exaggerate the
closeness of relationship or to dramatize relatively minor occurrences can result in unreliable data.
_______________________________35) Characterized by a pervasive pattern of grandiosity, need for admiration and lack of empathy. Tend to disparage,
belittle or discount the feelings of others.
_______________________________36) Characterized by a pervasive pattern of social discomfort and reticence, low self-esteem and hypersensitivity to
negative evaluation.
_______________________________37) Characterized by a pervasive and excessive need to be taken care which leads to submissive and clinging behavior and
fears of separation.
_______________________________38) Characterized by a pervasive pattern of preoccupation with perfectionism, mental and interpersonal control an
orderliness at the expense of flexibility, openness and efficiency.
_______________________________39) Characterized by a pervasive pattern of depressive cognitions and behaviors in various contexts. Hallmark symptoms
of sleep disturbance, loss of appetite, recurrent thoughts of death ad total disinterest in all activities.
_______________________________40) Characterized by a negative attitude and a pervasive pattern of passive resistance to demands for adequate social and
occupational performance. Mood may fluctuate rapidly and erratically.