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Posted by Brook on Thursday, February 7, 2013 at 3:52pm.

Freud's techniques and assumptions are most evident in today's
A) cognitive therapies.
B) behavior therapies.
C) biomedical therapies.
D) psychodynamic therapies.
3.
Just as Chinh began telling his therapist about a painful childhood experience, he complained of a headache and ended the session. A psychoanalyst would most likely suggest that Chinh's behavior is an example of
A) transference.
B) tardive dyskinesia.
C) resistance.
D) counterconditioning.
4.
A psychodynamic therapist is most likely to
A) suggest interpretive insights regarding patients' difficulties.
B) recommend the use of antipsychotic drugs during the process of psychotherapy.
C) encourage depressed patients to take more responsibility for their failures.
D) help patients identify a hierarchy of anxiety-arousing situations.
5.
To a psychoanalyst, a patient's hesitation to free-associate is most likely a sign of
A) spontaneous recovery.
B) resistance.
C) transference.
D) the placebo effect.
6.
Which of the following techniques is derived from classical conditioning principles?
A) systematic desensitization
B) ECT
C) the token economy
D) unconditional positive regard
7.
Schizophrenia is a disorder that is MOST likely to be treated with
A) cognitive therapies.
B) psychoanalysis.
C) behavior therapies.
D) biomedical therapies.
8.
O. H. Mowrer trained children to stop bed-wetting by arranging for an alarm to sound each time they wet their beds. This technique best illustrates a therapeutic application of
A) classical conditioning.
B) the placebo effect.
C) systematic desensitization.
D) cognitive-behavioral therapy.
9.
Which of the following is considered to be the most nondirective form of therapy?
A) cognitive therapy
B) client-centered therapy
C) psychoanalysis
D) systematic desensitization
10.
Instead of focusing on the cure of psychological disorders, ________ therapies seek to promote personal growth and self-fulfillment.
A) behavior
B) biomedical
C) humanistic
D) psychodynamic
11.
Sheena's therapist tells her to relax, close her eyes, and state aloud whatever comes to mind no matter how trivial or absurd it seems. The therapist is using a technique that is central to
A) cognitive therapy.
B) systematic desensitization.
C) psychoanalysis.
D) client-centered therapy.
12.
The interpretation of dreams is most closely associated with
A) client-centered therapy.
B) systematic desensitization.
C) psychoanalysis.
D) cognitive therapy.
13.
As a therapist, Dr. Cioffi often uses systematic desensitization. She also makes use of active listening and free association. Dr. Cioffi's therapeutic approach would best be described as
A) psychoanalytic.
B) client-centered.
C) behavioral.
D) eclectic.
14.
Which of the following therapists introduced the use of free association?
A) Carl Rogers
B) Sigmund Freud
C) Mary Cover Jones
D) Aaron Beck
15.
Counterconditioning techniques were derived from principles first developed by
A) Ivan Pavlov.
B) B.F. Skinner.
C) Carl Rogers.
D) Sigmund Freud.
16.
Which of the following therapies is more concerned with removing specific troubling symptoms than with providing special insights into the personality of the client?
A) client-centered therapy
B) behavior therapy
C) psychoanalysis
D) cognitive therapy
17.
Psychoanalytic techniques are designed primarily to help patients
A) focus on their immediate conscious feelings.
B) become aware of their repressed conflicts and impulses.
C) feel more trusting toward others.
D) develop greater self-esteem.
18.
Sigmund Freud introduced a form of psychotherapy known as
A) counterconditioning.
B) active listening.
C) psychoanalysis.
D) cognitive therapy.
19.
Systematic desensitization is a form of
A) humanistic therapy.
B) biomedical therapy.
C) exposure therapies.
D) cognitive therapy.
20.
The expression toward a therapist of feelings linked with earlier relationships is known as
A) resistance.
B) unconditional positive regard.
C) transference.
D) free association.

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