reality therapy, client-centered therapy, psychoanalysis and behavioral therapies are all forms of
psychotherapy includes all of the following except
reality therapy, client cent therapy, psychoanalysis, behavioral therapies
leading clients to a deeper understanding of the origins of their thoughts, emotions, and behaviors is the goal of ......... therapy, while bringing about changes in troublesome thoughts and behaviors is seeking an understanding of their origins is the goal of ..........therapy
which of the following is an element of positive mental health?
a sense of identity, a purpose in life, and adaptive coping strategies are cited in your textbook as the
elements of positive mental health
in 1792, a french doctor changed the Bicetre Asylum in Paris from a squualid "madhouse" into a mental hospital by unchaining the patients and treating them humanely and compassionately. This French doctor was
Sigmund Freud became convinced that the "hysteria" his patients were suffering from was caused by
deeply hidden unconscious conflict
many of freud's first patients had physical symptoms such as paralysis or numbness, for which no physical cause could be found. Freud called this condition
aaron is asked by his therapist to relax and talk about any thoughts that come into his head, letting his thoughts move freely from one idea to the next. aaron's therapist is using which psychoanalytic technique?
in psychoanalysis, resistance was thought by Freud to be important because it
revealed particularly important unconscious conflicts
through transference, the patient re-experiences .................. which the therapist can then help the patient to recognize and understand
client-centured therapy is based on the work of
insights from conscious thoughts and feelings
who is most often associated with the development of Gestalt therapy?
which of the following is a key feature of successful face-toface therapy that is not a part of media counseling?
the establishment of a continuing relationship between two people
which of the following allows the client and therapist to see one another on computer monitors and to talk via speakerphones, although it still lacks the close personal contact of face-to-face interaction?
behavior therapy involves applying
action therapy that uses learning principles to make constructive changes in behavior
of the following, which is usually treated by desensitization?
phobias, fears, anxiety
jan has a fear of riding across bridges. in order to get over her phobia, she is asked to imagine a series of increasingly distressing images involving her riding in a car across increasingly longer bridges. The most distressing being imagining herself driving across the lake pontchartrain bridge to her cousin's house. this procedure is referred to as
which of the following is a technique for reducing fear or anxiety that is based on holding upsetting thoughts in mind while rapidly moving the eyes from side to side?
eyemovement desensitization and repressing
which of the following is NOT an operant conditioning procedure used in behavior modification?
positive reinforcement/extinction/ punishment/shaping/stim control/ time out
if a response is not followed by a reward, it will occur less frequently, according to which principle of operant conditioning?
if a response is followed by an unpleasant effect or discomfort, the response behavior will be suppressed. this is an example of
which of the following are symbolic rewards, such as plastic chips, that can be exchanges for real rewards and are used to encourage positive changes in behavior?
since tokens gain their reinforcing values because they can be exchanged for candy, food, watching TV, or other privileges, tokens are considered ............ reinforcers.
social rewards, such as recognition and approval, are used in conjunction with tokens economies to
to be most efficient, because you get these when you return to friends and family/switch from tokens
carla believes that everyone who belongs to "her" political party are "good, trustworthy" people, while anyone who belongs to the other party is "bad and untrustworthy" and should be ostracized by "her" group. According to Aaron Beck, Carla is exhibiting
all or nothing
the goal of encounter groups is to
intensely honest interchanges among particular regarding feels to one another (tearing down defenses)
lifespring, the garden company, the forum, and other commercial programs that claim to increase self-awareness and facitate constructive personal change are examples of
large-group awareness training
in terms of its approach, which of the following types of psychotherapy is considered a non-directive therapy?
client-centured therapy/ existential therapy
the strength of rational-emotive behavior therapy involves
clarity of thinking and goals
which of the following is a caring relationship that unites a therapist and a client in working to solve the client's problems?
which of the following is NOT an effective counseling skill?
(is)=restale, listen, feedback, encourage to talk
In counseling a friend, which of the following would NOT be one of your goals?
do not give advice, do listen, feedback, encourage to talk
a therapist who has the awareness, knowledge, and skills necessary to treat clients from diverse cultural backgrounds is referred to as a(n) ....... therapist
pharmacotherapy can best be described as the use of
drugs to treat psychopathology
when it comes to treating chronic schizophrenia,
tranquilizers (clozoril) have side effects
to apply covert reinforcement procedures to increase desirable behavior, you would use
the most effective technique you can use to overcome common fears is
the first step in desensitization is
learning to relax voluntarily
which of the following would be the most valid reason for seeking a psychotherapist?
psychological discomfort=dentist or doctor
Tabitha is a college student who is receiving supportive therapy by attending a group made up of other women suffering from anorexia and bulimia. Tabitha finds that by helping others in the group, she is helping herself. Tabitha is participating in a(n) ............. group.
self help group
a physician, who describes an infant as slow to respond and develop because of congenital problems, is attributing the cause of the abnormality to the
genetic disorders inherited from parents
fetal alcohol syndrome is characterized by
drinking during pregnancy/affected infants have low;birth weight, a small head, bodily defects, and facial malformations
if a mother smokes heavily during pregnancy, it is more likely that the infant will be born
which of the following teratogens tends to greatly reduce oxygen to the fetus, increase the risk of tests?miscarriage, prematurity, and low birth weight with surviving children showing lower scored on language and mental abilities
tabacco/marijuana/smoking during pregnancy
with regards to temperament, "difficult children"
they are moody, intense, and easily angered
from an early age, justin tended to be a very moody child, who reacted intensely, often angrily, to most situations. Thomas and Chess would describe Justice as a(n) .................. child
the concept of dynamic relationship between parents parents and children is best illustrated by the fact that babies
rapidly becomes active participants in their own development
a persons development level refers to that person's current state of
physical, emotion, and intellectual development
which of the following devices was invented by Robert Fantz and allows researchers to observe the movements of an infants' eyes in order to determine what infants can see and what holds their attention?
amy lifts her head, then learns to crawl, then to walk with the development progressing from her head to her feet. This progression illustrates
since even the basic human emotions of anger, fear, and joy, which appear unlearned, take time to develop, early emotional development must follow a pattern closely tied to
bridges found that emotions appear in a consistent order, and he believed that the first basic split is between
pleasant and unpleasant emotions
the fact that Maria, who is nine months old, smiles when her daddy enters the room
is social smile
a researcher videotapes a young child and then lets the child see the video on television in order to test for
according to research in social development, most infants have to be at least what age before they are able to recognize their images being shown on a television?
18 months old
baby rafael cries when his mother leaves him with a new babysitter. This is indicative of
Parents who view their children as having few rights but adult-like responsibilities are referred to ............... parents
resilient children who are also characterized by being independent, competent, self-controlled, assertive, and inquiring are often a consequence of which parental style?
San is a young adult who is good at bouncing back after bad experiences and has the strength, self-control, and positive coping skills to thrive even in difficult circumstances. Sam's parents were most likely ........... parents
Zach is a competent, independent decision-maker who exerts self-control and acts responsibly. According to Baumrind, Zack probably has ............. parents.
When interacting with their infants, mothers tend to ........... than fathers.
Consonants first enter a child's language when the child begins
it's babbling stage/7 months
Piaget believed that one's intellect grew through a process of
assimilation and accomodation
A child is largely nonverbal, is learning to coordinate purposeful movements with sense information, and is developing the concept of object permanence. The child is in Piaget's ............... stage.
Objects cease to appear and disappear magically with the child's conceptions becoming more orderly, stable, and predictable by the end of the ................ stage.
The mental ability to change the shape or form of a substance and realize that its volume remains the same is termed
the concepts of reversibility and conservation develop during during the .......................... stage.
Active play, explorations involving the senses, and playing "peekaboo" are effective ways of guiding intellectual development during the .......... stage of cognitive development.
You are okaying the game Monopoly with your sister. Although she understands the basic instructions and will play by the rules, she is not capable of understanding transactions dealing with mortgages, loans, and special pacts with other players. Your sister is most likely in the .............. stage of cognitive development.
concrete operational stage
Which of the following methods was used by Baillargeon to test for the mental capacities of infants?
magic shows and theaters
The culturally-defined period of life between childhood and adulthood is known as
Emily is a late maturing girl. Compared to the early maturing girls, we can expect Emily to
be more popular, better self image
In which level of moral development are moral choices guided by the direct consequences of one's actions, such as punishment, reward, or an exchange of favors?
pre conventional level
Regarding the psychosocial dilemma of intimacy versus isolation, which of the following statements is FALSE?
conflict between personal impulses
Elaine and Jeffery have been married for five years. Elaine spends her time taking care of their two-year-old son, while Jeffery spends his time watching television or going out "with the guys." She and Jeffery do not share any common interests, and they seldom talk to each other except about their son. Erikson would say that Elaine is experiencing
stage 6: Intimacy vs. Isolation
After the late 50's, personal development is usually complicated by
The top scorers on intellectual tests who were over the age of 65 were people who
continued to work and remain intellectual active
Anursing home administrator gives the residents little choice in activities they participate in or in the food that is served. Friendships between opposite sex residents are also discourages. She tells the staff that "the elderly are like little children that don't know what's best for them." This statement of the administrator reflects
Spanking or taking away toys or privileges are examples of
Maggie Mamen believes that parents, in an attempt to empower their children, have created children who have artificially high levels of self-esteem and a sense of entitlement. This style of parenting would be considered .............. parenting.
when natural consequences for a behavior do not exist
which of the following would be described as a non-directive therapy based on insights gained from conscious thoughts and feelings and that emphasizes accepting one's true self?
client centered therapy
learning principles are used to make constructive changes in behavior in .......... therapy, while people are led to a deeper understanding of the origins and meanings of their behaviors in ............ therapy.
the principal assumption of behavior therapy is that
people have learned to the way they are
when experiments are used to determine whether therapy is effective,
its hard to tell because of placebo's
which of the following is NOT an advantage of Internet therapy?
Lack interpersonal cues/ no face to face