These are the Homework questions related to the chapter that we currently studying. each question should include 5-6 sentences sometimes more, depending on the question itself. Please answer the following homework questions fully and to the best of your ability. The assignment should be composed in a separate document and then uploaded to this assignment page as either a DOC or PDF, as specified. Please double check spelling, grammar, and make sure that everything is written in complete sentences, before turning in to avoid losing points. Chapter 16 Review Questions Section 16.1 1. What was the main motive behind putting together the first Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM)? 2. What are the two biggest issues to consider when evaluating any psychological test or measurement, such as the DSM? 3. According to modern methods such as those in the DSM-5, what is an important component of deciding whether someone has a mental disorder? Section 16.2 1. Lessons from learning studies have suggested what sort of therapy for people phobias? How is it conducted? 2. What is the evidence that suicide is usually an impulsive act? 3. What are the two main classes of effective treatment for depression, and why is one more commonly used that the other? Section16.3 1. List some personality disorders and some of the symptoms common to each. 2. What sorts of behaviors are seen in borderline personality disorder, and how do they interfere with relationships? 3. Why is it that, if left untreated, avoidant personality disorder tends to be self-reinforcing? Section 16.4 1. What are the positive and negative symptoms often seen in schizophrenia? 2. What is the major structural difference seen in the brains of people with schizophrenia compared with control participants? 3. What is the modern understanding of the role of genes in schizophrenia? 4. What medications are typically used to treat people with schizophrenia? Bipolar disorder? 5. What are the side effects of medications used to treat schizophrenia and bipolar disorder?