31.The typical symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder include reliving the trauma in recurrent and intrusive thoughts.
32.Episodes of posttraumatic stress disorder may recur for months, years, or even decades.
33.In a study mentioned in the text, children with above-average IQs were less likely to develop PTSD after a trauma than the average-IQ children were.
34.Most sufferers of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) enjoy their rituals and cannot understand why people want them to change.
35.Individuals with obsessive-compulsive disorder may have brain abnormalities that prevent their “alarm signal” from turning off when danger is past.
36.Individuals with obsessive-compulsive disorder enjoy rituals, such as checking the oven and the locks three times, before sleeping.
37.Individuals with obsessive-compulsive disorder have recurrent and persistent thoughts or images that are often dreamlike and appealing.
38.Individuals with obsessive-compulsive disorder feel a deep sense of relief if they can talk themselves into forgoing a ritual.
39.Compulsion involves recurrent, persistent, unwished-for images and thoughts designed to reduce anxiety.
40.Compulsion involves repetitive, ritualized behaviors that a person feels must be carried out to avoid