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Acting out is the process of expressing feelings behaviorally. The action is not exploitive, because no evidence is provided to demonstrate that anyone has been used to get what the client wants. Th... e action is not manipulative, because no evidence is provided to demonstrate that anyone has been influenced against his or her wishes. The action is not disguising unacceptable feelings by expressing opposite emotions. 69%of students nationwide answered this question correctly. quiz 3-2. Question & Answer A hospitalized psychiatric client with the diagnosis of histrionic personality disorder demands a sleeping pill before going to bed. After being refused the sleeping pill, the client throws a book at the nurse. The nurse identifies this behavior as: 1 3 Manipulative 4 Reaction formation View Topics Stats Issue with this question? A client with a personality disorder is playing cards with another person in the lounge. When the other person cheats at cards, the client responds by aggressively scattering the cards around the room. The nurse concludes that the client has: Confidence: Pretty sure 1 11178766 Acting out Correct2Poor reality testing An antisocial personality The client is angry and reacts impulsively; the action is unplanned and is not under the client's control. No data are provided to suggest that the client is out of contact with reality; the client is reacting to a real situation with anger. There is no identifiable cluster of behaviors to suggest that the client has a violent personality. There is no pattern of behavior to suggest an antisocial personality, which may or may not involve impulse control. 86%of students nationwide answered this question correctly. Correct3 1 2 3 View Topics Stats Issue with this question? It is observed that at times a client with a personality disorder clings to the nurse and at other times he maintains a noticeable distance. The nurse concludes that this pattern of behavior illustrates that the client has conflicting fears of: 1 Shame versus rejection 2 Lost self-esteem versus hostility Abandonment versus identity [Show More]

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