Study Guide Exam IV Abnormal Psychology Spring, 2011 Two of the following will be the essay questions on Exam IV: Describe the different phases of the sexual response cycle identified by Masters and Johnson. Describe the three categories of sexual disorders in order of prevalence and define each. Discuss the symptoms, possible causes, and treatments of female sexual arousal disorder and male erectile disorder. Briefly explain voyeurism, exhibitionism, and frotteurism. Distinguish among and define substance intoxication, withdrawal, abuse, and dependence. Describe the cognitive and behavioral treatments for alcoholism, and the elements of relapse prevention programs. Discuss some of the major impulse-control disorders mentioned in the text. Describe the different components of the biopsychosocial approach to physical health. Provide examples. What are the two branches of the human immune system? Who may be committed to a psychiatric institution? Identify and discuss the criteria and circumstances under which a person may be involuntarily committed for psychiatric treatment. What rights do committed persons have? Discuss how competency to stand trial is determined. Discuss characteristics of people most likely to be referred for competency evaluation and those most likely to be found incompetent to stand trial. Describe the verdict of guilty but mentally ill (GBMI).