1. Humanistic therapy has a lot in common with ___________ approaches to psychology. (1 point)


2. Which of the following is true about Existentialism? (1 point)
It emphasizes group experience, commonality, and solidarity.
It emphasizes individual experience, freedom, and choice.
It emphasizes moral judgment.***
It emphasizes sympathetic psychology.
3. Humanistic therapy emerged in the __________. (1 point)
4. __________________ is one of the theorists closely associated with humanistic therapy. (1 point)
Abraham Maslow
Edward Tichner***
Martin E.P. Selgman
Wilhelm Wundt
5. Abraham Maslow is famous for his ____________. (1 point)
Ice berg theory
Classical conditioning
Hierarchy of needs***
Cognitive restructuring
6. _______________ developed person-centered psychology. (1 point)
Abraham Maslow
Carl Rogers***
Edward James
Sigmund Freud
7. Humanistic therapy emphasizes the degree to which ________________ can also shape mental health. (1 point)
A person’s environment****
A person’s genetics
A person’s repressed feelings
A person’s behavior
8. ___________________ coined the term “positive psychology” (1 point)
Abraham Maslow
Carl Rogers
Martin E.P. Selgman****
Edward Tichner
9. Humanistic therapy makes use of ____________. (1 point)
Open-ended questions
Closed-ended questions
True or false questions***
Rhetorical questions
10. Which of the following is most representative of the philosophy of the human potential movement? (1 point)
Positive psychology
Hierarchy of needs

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    2. B. It emphasizes individual experience, freedom, and choice.
    3. D. 1950s
    4. A. Abraham Maslow
    5. C. Hierarchy of needs
    6. B. Carl Rogers
    7. A. A person's environment
    8. C. Martin E.P. Selgman
    9. A. Open-ended questions
    10. C. Self-actualization

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