Title: Abnormal Pscyhe
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The question asks if "Brett's behavior is consistent with the definition of mental disorder." He is injecting himself with pain killers, and can overdose and die. I originally answered no that his action weren't out of control. That was without thinking, because clearly doing something that will kill you isn't normal...
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In the book it says "a range of abnormal behavior patterns." This happens to be a pattern of abnormal behavior, because he continues to harm himself. So my answer should have been yes, because he is persistent.
Another question that was relatively simple was number twenty, and I missed that one as well...
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