QUESTION 11 The DSM-5 takes a categorical approach to Personality Disorders – this means that: A-personality disorders are considered qualitatively distinct clinical syndromes B-personality disorders are considered to be completely distinct with no possibility of co-morbidity or overlap C-personality disorders are considered extreme variants of otherwise normal personality traits D-personality disorders are considered to be stable and culturally universal 0.5 points QUESTION 12 What is the definition of a personality trait? A-The behavioural, emotional, and cognitive characteristics that we choose to display to other people B-Inherited dispositions that shape our cognitive, emotional and behavioural responses C-The disposition to feel a certain way in response to different situations D-The disposition to behave in a particular way in a variety of situations 0.5 points