4. An old saying says: “If you give a small boy a hammer, it will turn out that everything he runs into needs pounding.” Using the example of ADHD, explain how this quote relates to the dangers of overdiagnosis.
5. In some ways, projective tests are useful for clinicians, but they also have drawbacks. Describe the benefits and drawbacks of projective tests. Compare projective tests and objective tests.
6. Why is agoraphobia called “the fear of fears”? Explain, in detail, the underlying fear in this disorder and the manner in which it often begins.
7. Some individuals continue to have posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms for many years. How could the hippocampus be involved in this persistent posttraumatic stress disorder?