81.Policies of total abstinence from alcohol tend to decrease rates of addiction.
82.Public health professionals who subscribe to the biological model or the learning model of addiction agree that former alcoholics cannot learn to drink moderately without becoming dependent on alcohol again.
83.Dissociative identity disorder is marked by the apparent appearance within one person of two or more distinct personalities, each with its own name and traits.
84.Some psychiatrists and clinical psychologists believe that dissociative identity disorder originates in childhood as a means of coping with sexual abuse or other traumatic experiences.
85.In the sociocognitive view, dissociative identity disorder results from pressure and suggestion by clinicians,
86.Psychological scientists have shown that dissociative amnesia lacks historical and empirical support.
87.Psychoses are extreme mental disturbances involving distorted perceptions of reality and severely impaired
88.The disorganized, incoherent speech patterns of a person with schizophrenia are called “word salads.”
89.Studies have shown that schizophrenia has a heritable component.
90.Damage to the fetal brain does not contribute to schizophrenia.
91.Babies conceived during times of famine are more likely to develop schizophrenia than babies whose mothers were not malnourished during pregnancy.
92.People with schizophrenia are more likely than healthy individuals to have abnormalities in the thalamus.
93.During adolescence, when the brain undergoes a natural pruning of synapses, the brain of a person who is vulnerable to schizophrenia appears to aggressively prune away too many synapses.