1. What's anxiety?
A mental disorder
A natural reaction of our organism
A physical problem
An unmotivated fear
2. What type of function does anxiety perform?
It prepares the organism for a reaction
It keeps dangers away
It produces damages to the mind
It has no functions
3. Anxiety is:
4. Which one of the following is not an anxiety disorder?
Social phobia
Obsessive-compulsive disorder
Anorexia nervosa
5. Performance anxiety usually shows:
After a performance
During a performance
Before a performance
Before and during a performance
6. Separation anxiety is a reaction that usually shows in:
Elderly people
Adult people
7. One of the following symptoms does not show in anxiety disorders. Which one?
8. What's agoraphobia?
The fear of the dark
The fear of tight spaces
The fear of other people
The fear of feeling bad and not being helped
9. Agoraphobia usually appears:
At home
Among other people
In the sleep
When being alone
10. How long does a panic attack usually last?
30 seconds
Some minutes
Some hours
A whole day
11. What's a phobia?
A strong fear of making mistakes
The fear of social situations
The fear of animals
An uncontrolled fear of things, people or specific situations
12. A compulsion is:
A nervous tic
A recurring thought
A fixation
A repetitive behaviour or a mental action
13. Agoraphobia can appear together with the following anxiety disorder:
Obsessive-compulsive disorder
Acute stress disorder
Panic disorder
14. The main cause of post-traumatic stress disorder is:
A dreadful experience
A personality disorder
An obsession
15. When has post-traumatic stress disorder been observed for the first time?
During world war II
During Vietnam war
During Gulf war
During world war I
16. How is the blood phobia named?
17. What do we mean by "secondary gain" when talking about anxiety disorders?
A hidden purpose behind them
A facilitation obtained thanks to them
A particular ability generated by them
A second disorder generating from them
18. What anxiety disorders cause continuous flashbacks?
Generalized anxiety disorder and acute stress disorder
Panic disorder with agoraphobia
Social phobia and specific phobia
Post-traumatic stress disorder and acute stress disorder
19. What does the term "avoidance" mean when talking about anxiety disorders?
Capacity not to have emotions
Necessity to avoid a certain situation or thing
Ability to avoid dangerous situations
Incapacity to avoid a certain situation or thing
20. Which ones of the following anxiety disorders do not produce avoidance?
Phobias, panic disorder, acute stress disorder
Agoraphobia, obsessive-compulsive disorder
Obsessive-compulsive disorder, generalized anxiety disorder
Generalized anxiety disorder, phobias

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