QUESTION 5 Why is it sometimes difficult to determine whether a “sign” is actually a “symptom” of illness? A-Because symptoms are subjective, and therefore signs do not offer good information about illness. B-Because symptoms are usually unrelated to underlying physiological conditions. C-Because symptoms require expertise (e.g., a doctor’s diagnosis based on signs) to verify. D-Because symptoms are based on subjective interpration, so it is possible to misinterpret signs. 0.5 points QUESTION 6 A persons behaviour might be considered abnormal if the behaviour (among other things) is dysfunctional. Which of the following is a good example of a dysfunctional behaviour? A-An individual gets nervous when they have to go to the dentist B-An individual works incredibly long hours for a big project at work C-An individual does not go for after work drinks because they are avoiding environmental cues for problem drinking behaviours D-An individual feels compelled to wash their hands as soon as they touch another person or surface, disrupting much of their usual day-to-day activities 0.5 points