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A 25-year-old man is very upset with his co-workers and describes fantasies of driving to work and "beating them up. Which one of the following is the most ominous sign that he may take action?<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

1) a lack of anxiety

2) the presence of temporal lobe epilepsy

3) a history of alcohol abuse

4) the presence of persecutory delusions

5) a history of violence







  #2

5??


  #3

4?


  #4

4 ?


  #5

4 ?


  #6

4 fantasies=crazy=mental disorders=persecutory delusions=schizophrenia


  #7

If the question said the man is going to go to work to beat his co-works=risk, hx of violence


  #8

4


  #9

5--a history of violence

it seems that this guy is a boderline (unstable / intense relationships, impulsivity, diff controlling anger) If he has a Hx of violence then it's more likely that he will go and beat them up


  #10

Determine ANSWER PLEEASE


  #11

A history of violence is the strongest predictor of future violence.

If the counselor believes that there is a reasonable likelihood that this man might carry out such a plan, the Tarasoff rulings impose on the counselor the duties to warn and protect any identifiable potential victims.



  #12

4..



  #13

5


  #14

5



  #15

5


  #16

A LACK OF ANXIETY

I THINK



  #17

my pick is 5





  #18

5


  #19

5


  #20

hmm interesting one..i m stuck btw 5 and 1.





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