Mental Health Diagnosis and assessment

Greetings, I am having doubts about the following answers I selected. Can anyone help me?
Certain behaviors, such as gambling, are often described as compulsive. Such behaviors differ from the compulsions associated with obsessive-compulsive disorder; because, the person usually derives pleasure from the activity.
True
False
I selected false because pleasure is not always experience but instead anxiety may be present.
Ryan was raped outside of her dormitory last year. Since the trauma, she has been experiencing frequent, severe panic attacks. However, she had no history of panic attacks prior to the trauma. True or False: Ryan would not be given a diagnosis of panic disorder, because her symptoms are better explained by a PTSD diagnosis.
True
False
I selected true because PTSD is associated with reliving trauma and as a reaction an individual experiences fear and or anxiety.
What additional information would you like to know about Judy?
A. If she has a brother
B. If other comorbid disorders are present
C. If she is using substances
D. A and B
E. B and C
F. All of the above
G. None of the above
I selected F. All of the above because I believe that learning about a family member can help identify a source of support.

asked by Lencho
  1. I agree with your answers.

    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. Thank you Sue :)

    posted by Lencho
  3. You're welcome, Lencho.

    posted by Ms. Sue

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