1. Statistics

    The psychologists are interested in whether depressed people undergoing group therapy will perform a different number of activities of daily living before and after group therapy. Therefore, the psychologists have randomly selected 8 depressed clients in a 6-week group therapy...
  2. psychology 220

    1.67 (1 pts.) Shelly meets twice a week with a number of individuals who also have similar problems. They openly share their problems with others in a trusting, receptive environment which also facilitates improvement of their interpersonal skills. Shelly is participating in A...
  3. stats

    A researcher is designing a study to examine whether "talk therapy" (psychotherapy) can help people suffering from depression, as an add-on to taking medication. Finances and logistics limit her to having one control group, so she has to choose the best (not necessarily the ...
  4. stats ?

    A researcher is designing a study to examine whether "talk therapy" (psychotherapy) can help people suffering from depression, as an add-on to taking medication. Finances and logistics limit her to having one control group, so she has to choose the best (not necessarily the ...
  5. statistics

    1. A researcher is interested in comparing the effectiveness of three different kinds of therapy for anger problems. Eight participants are randomly assigned to three treatment conditions: Cognitive Therapy (CT), Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Interpersonal Therapy (...
  6. statistics

    A residential treatment facility tests a new group therapy for patients with self destructive behaviors. To decrease scores of behaviors that has a mean in the overall population of 35 and a standard deviation of 4.7. The mean score for patients after new group therapy is 27. ...
  7. Diagnosis and assessment

    I am stuck with the two last questions and have doubts. Can everyone assist me with this? Yalom suggested a preparatory group interview of potential group members. Which of these interview topics is NOT recommended by Yalom? A. To prohibit any personal contact by members ...
  8. Stats - Post Hoc Analysis

    This is a question I am working on. i have successfully figured out part A and am having trouble with part B. (My work for Part B is shown below) ______________________________________ Two new therapies designed to increase levels of self-esteem are tested in a clinical ...
  9. School

    Psychologists are interested in people's behavior and their mental processes. Psychologists believe that:
  10. statistics

    In which of the following situations would it not be appropriate to use a paired t-test to analyze the data? A. A marriage therapist believes that many couples have different perspectives regarding the state of their marriages, prior to the start of couples therapy. In order ...
  11. PSYCHOLOGY

    1. ___________ is a method of treatment for mild to moderate cases of emotional and mental disorders that uses a process of patient discovery. (1 point) 2. The work of __________ is the foundation of psychotherapy. (1 point) 3. Psychotherapy is a(n) _____________ process. (1 ...
  12. child psychology #1

    which one of the following statements about psychologists is false? a.psychologists sometimes prescribe drugs to help their patients b.psychologists are subject to all the same laws as private citizens c.psychologists are expected to maintain confidentiality d.psychologists ...
  13. Psychology

    I have never been a good problem solver. I am not direct enough to be successful," the client complained. "You do not see yourself as a direct problem solver?" responded the therapist. This conversation is typical of _______________.  
A. dialectical therapy
 B...
  14. College Psych

    All of the following would be considered psychotherpy EXCEPT: a) Cognitive Therapy b) Gestalt Therapy c) The use of ECT d) Aversion Therapy e) Humanistic Therapy I'm like 95% sure that the answer is c after looking up all the definitions of each of them. Thank You
  15. Statistics

    1. A sports researcher gave a standard written test of eating habits to 12 randomly selected professionals, four each from baseball, football, and basketball. The results were as follows: Eating Habits Scores Baseball Players Football Players Basketball Players 34 27 35 18 28 ...
  16. Introduction to Occupational Thearpy

    1. What type of facility treats most of conditions and may offer outpatient occupational therapy services? A. federal institutions B. rehabilitation hospitals C. acute care hospital D. work hardening centers (My Answer is B) 2. Which of the following professions considers the ...
  17. Psychology

    1. Often called the "father of modern psychology." William Wundt painstakingly examined the small pieces of behavior. He was not interested in personality mental disorders. He did study the cognitive elements of: a. thinking, perception, and consciousness b. hearing, vision, ...
  18. Health

    There are many different ways to physically treat a medical condition rather than using prescribed drugs, select the method that apply below Answer Are Psychological Therapy*** Physical Therapy Cardiac Rehabilitation Massage Therapy*** there are three right answers. I think ...
  19. Psychology

    In order to treat a specific phobia, this therapy would be best Antidepressant drugs Systematic desensitization Implosion therapy Psychoanalysis Aversion therapy
  20. Algebra

    Problem: The rock group Loco Moco was scheduled for a concert at the Blaisdell Concert Hall. Because it was the concert highlight of the year, there was excitement in the air and people were eager to get tickets, which could only be purchased in person. Hours before tickets ...
  21. Math - help please

    Problem: The rock group Loco Moco was scheduled for a concert at the Blaisdell Concert Hall. Because it was the concert highlight of the year, there was excitement in the air and people were eager to get tickets, which could only be purchased in person. Hours before tickets ...
  22. psychology

    what is something that some clinical psychologists can do, that experimental psychologists cannot do?
  23. P.E. CHECK

    15. Who should address the needs of a patient with a mental disorder? A. speech therapist B. An internal Medicine Doctor C. A mental health Professional*** D. A medical intern 12. If you've started a lot of hobbies all at once, you should watch out for clinical depression to ...
  24. statistics

    interested in the mean IQ score of a given group of children. It is known that the IQ scores of the group have a standard deviation of . The psychologist randomly selects children from this group and finds that their mean IQ score is . Based on this sample, find a confidence ...
  25. PE CHECK ANSWERS

    15. Who should address the needs of a patient with a mental disorder? A. speech therapist B. An internal Medicine Doctor C. A mental health Professional*** D. A medical intern 12. If you've started a lot of hobbies all at once, you should watch out for clinical depression to ...
  26. Precal

    The number of people in a town of 10,000 who have heard a rumor started by a small group of people is given by the following function: N(t) = 10,000/(5 + 1245e-.97t) 14. How many people were in the group that started the rumor? 15. How many people have heard the rumor after 1 ...
  27. Physical therapy aide

    A pta can supervise a physical therapy aide to perform all of the following except
  28. Psychology

    Gayla's treatment for bulimia and binge eating has been highly successful. It is most likely that her treatment involved a combination of: A. cognitive therapy and behavior therapy B. psychodynamic therapy and behavioral skills training C. systematic desensitization and ...
  29. Economics

    Suppose a manager is interested in implementing third-degree price discrimination. The manager knows that the price elasticity of demand for Group 1 is -2 and the price elasticity of demand for Group 2 is -1.2. Based on this information alone we can conclude that the price ...
  30. Psychology

    The majority of psychologists are electric, which means they draw information from different schools of thought rather than limiting themselves to information gained from only one perspective. However, most psychologists agree that it's important to: a. gather empirical ...
  31. Psychology

    The majority of psychologists are electric, which means they draw information from different schools of thought rather than limiting themselves to information gained from only one perspective. However, most psychologists agree that it's important to: a. gather empirical ...
  32. Physical Education 8A

    Will someone please check my answers? I starred my answers. 1. A person who does not recognize the signs of mental illness may not know he needs help. A. True* B. False 2. Which of the following is not a sign of psychotherapy? A. insight B. cognitive* C. medications D. group 3...
  33. psychology

    Nelda is fearful of public places and has managed to stay "at home" for the last three years. She and her therapist have developed a strategy. During the first week, she will go to the front door and open it and look outside. If she can remain calm, the goal for the second ...
  34. Post hoc & a priori tests

    A researcher begins with a sample of 60 subjects and randomly assigns 12 to each of 5 treatment conditions. Based on his reading of other studies in the area, the researcher predicts that group 3 will obtain a significantly different mean from group 1, and that group 4 will ...
  35. statistics

    a sample of 120 men and women randomly divided into 3 groups with 40 people per group. group 1 members varied their workouts. group 2 performed the same exercise at each workout. group 3 had no set schedule or regulations for their workouts. by the end of the study 18 people ...
  36. statistics

    For which of the following would it be most appropriate to use an ANOVA to analyze the data? A. A researcher is interested in determining the most effective format for advertising. He randomly assigns 60 people to one of three groups: (1) television commercial, (2) radio ...
  37. Psychology answer check

    1. In cognitive therapy, a therapist pays attention to a patient’s perception, ___________, reason, attention, and judgment. (1 point) thoughts 2. Similar to psychotherapy, cognitive therapy uses a kind of ___________. (1 point) Relaxation therapy**** Talk therapy Regression...
  38. Help with Psychology

    To help Karen overcome her fear of thunderstorms, a behavior therapist asks her to relax and imagine watching light rain with distant thunder. The therapist is using... a) client-centered therapy b) cognitive therapy c) systematic desensitization d) aversive conditioning ** ...
  39. Completely Randomized ANOVA

    Forty eight subjects were randomly assigned to one of 4 treatment conditions in a study of different methods of coping with statistics exam anxiety. After the experiment, 12 subjects remained in group 1, 8 in group 2, 10 in group 3, and 10 in group 4. The mean anxiety score of...
  40. Psychology/270

    Can any one let me know if I matched these up together correctly, and if not what ones should I redo? Thank you in advance. Models of Abnormality Psychologists use several different models to explain abnormal behavior. These different models have created shifts in values and ...
  41. STATISTICS

    From a group of 12 people, you randomly select 3 of them. Find the probability that at least one of them is among the 3 oldest people in the group
  42. STATISTICS

    From a group of 12 people, you randomly select 3 of them. Find the probability that at least one of them is among the 3 oldest people in the group
  43. Art

    The picture is of colorful clogs. Through this collection, you can gain a better understanding of all of the following except. A. The history and traditions of a group of people. B. The diversity of a group of people during a specific time period. C. The aesthetic choices ...
  44. Health

    1.Which is NOT a type of Psychotherapy used to treat mental disorders A. insight therapy B. Group Therapy (picked this one) C. Drug therapy D. Cognitive therapy 2.Which is NOT a health professional who treats mental and emotional disorders? A. Psychiatrist B. neurologist C. ...
  45. math

    A museum charges $4 for a group of 4 or fewer people. A group of more than 4 people must, in addition to the $4, pay $2 per person for the number of people above 4. The maximum group size is 9. (a) What are the domain and range of this cost function? Enter your answers as ...
  46. Stats multiple choice ?

    What is wrong with the following statement: “In our study, people with bipolar disorder who underwent therapy in addition to taking medication were significantly less likely (p < 0.05) to require hospitalization as compared to those taking medication alone. We found no ...
  47. Teaching in Early childhood progras

    Why should teachers offer a variety of small-group activities for children every day? I. The children will be at different developmental levels. II. The children will be coming from different cultural backgrounds. III. Different children will be interested in different ...
  48. social studies

    Groupthink is likely to occur when: anger within the group has been growing. the need arises for a group opinion. almost no conflict is expressed within the group. the group is composed of an even number of people.
  49. psychology

    Psychologists are interested in people's behavior and their mental processes. Psychologists believe that: behavior is impacted by environment, but not by a person's physical state. behavior is affected by a person's mental and physical state, but rarely by his or her ...
  50. Chemistry

    Why would you expect lithium and sulfur to have different chemical and physical properties? Li is in group IA(or 1 depending upon the system you are using) and has 1 electron in its outer shell. S is in group VIA (group 6) and has six electrons in its outer shell. A different ...
  51. Story problem

    A group of 52 people attendance ball game. There are three times as many children as adults in the group. Write a system of equations that you can use to solve this problem where a is the number amd C is the number of children in the group. How many children are in the group
  52. Problem solving

    A group of 52 people attendance ball game. There are three times as many children as adults in the group. Write a system of equations that you can use to solve this problem where a is the number amd C is the number of children in the group. How many children are in the group
  53. math

    a group of friends shared the expenses of an automobile trip,which cost $40.if there had been 3 more people in the group.each would have $3 less.how many people were there in the group and how much did each pay?
  54. Math

    200 elementary school students were surveyed to find their blood groups. Of those, 55 were of blood group A, 85 of blood group B, and 21 of blood group O. What is the probability that a randomly chosen student has either blood group A or blood group B? A) 0.25 B) 0.60 C) 0.70 ...
  55. Abnormal Psychology

    John was recently diagnosed with dissociative amnesia. His family and friends have asked to be involved in his treatment. What therapeutic approach is appropriate? family therapy supportive therapy social interaction relaxation training
  56. Abnormal Psychology

    John was recently diagnosed with dissociative amnesia. His family and friends have asked to be involved in his treatment. What therapeutic approach is appropriate? - Family Therapy - Supportive Therapy - Social Interaction - Relaxation Training
  57. Biology

    Which group in an experiment is not exposed to changes in the independent variable? (Points : 1) dependent group control group independent group responding group 9. The different parts of cells that have been broken apart can be separated by the process of __________. (Points...
  58. PSYCHOLOGY

    what type of psychologists are primarily interested in how individuals remember, reason, and solve problems
  59. geography

    Check my answers, please? I put an asterisk next to which ever ones are my answer. Thanks! Why do you think the Inuit have retained aspects of their early culture? *A.because they are used to that lifestyle B.because such adaptations allow them to survive in their environment ...
  60. statistics

    We have a group of 75 people and for their raw scores, you are given the Mean (M = 30) and variance (VAR = 16). Assuming a normal distribution of scores, what is the probability of randomly selecting a score between 27 and 31 for this group?
  61. AP Statistics

    A study sought to determine whether the ancient Chinese art of acupuncture could help infertile women become pregnant. 160 healthy women undergoing treatment for infertility were recruited for the study. Half of the subjects were randomly assigned to receive acupuncture ...
  62. Math

    Alicia, Bill, and Ross are in Group A. David, Maddie, and Shelby are in Group B.The students are going to have their pictures taken. They will stand in 2 rows by group, and group members cannot be separated. If 2 girls or 2 boys cannot be standing next to each other, how many ...
  63. Chemistry

    Which of the following does form a Group II cation? lead iron cobalt nickel How do you figure this one out? You must know what is in group II. Fe, Co, and Ni are in group III. Pb is in both group I and group II. Pb ppts as the chloride in group I and as the sulfide in group II.
  64. psychology 220

    1.73 (1 pts.) Dr. Strickland has neglected to notify Gary, one of his newest clients, about the potential risks of therapy and the limits of confidentiality during therapy sessions. Dr. Strickland has not provided him with the information needed for Gary to give A) information...
  65. math

    describe (in words) two different sets of people containing you as a member. describe (in words) the complement of each set. describe what people are not in either the orininal set or the complement set You might think of various categories that include you — gender, age...
  66. statistics

    Data shows that 88% of the people in a certain population are right-handed. A group of 7 people from this population are selected at random. (a) What would be the expected value for the number of right-handed people in the group? (b) What is the probability that exactly 5 of ...
  67. English

    We are currently learning about types of communications in my english class, we were each given a question and I need help with mine. 9. You are working in a face-to-face group and one of your group members offers a suggestion which the group decides not to use. The group ...
  68. Sociology

    I need help with these homework questions!! 1. if a young person aspiring to a career in environmental issues joins professional society he or she should be engaging in: a. primary group behavior b. cliques c. anticipatory socialization d. none of the above 2. the variable of ...
  69. Health

    Cessation methods that can be effective for treating tobacco dependence include ________. A. Behavioral therapy B. Nicotine patch C. Joining a support group D. All of the above D?
  70. psuchology

    Currently there are --- types of cognitive therapy in common practice. 2 4 6 cognitive therapy is rarely used today please help
  71. Biology

    Do you expect that somatic cell gene therapy and germ-line gene therapy for the same disease will be equally difficult?
  72. Psy

    I have read my reading materials and answered to the best of my understanding. If anyone could help I would appreciate it! Comparing Systems of Abnormality Psychologists use several different models to explain abnormal behavior. These different models have created shifts in ...
  73. math

    To determine whether there is a relationship between the type of school attended and verbal reasoning scores for Irish students, three samples with 25 students, in each group, were randomly selected from data used by Raferty and Hout (1985). One group of students attended ...
  74. Riddle

    There are 14 legs in this group. There are 6 heads in this group. There are 12 ears in this group. There are 50 fingers in this group. There is 1 tail in this group. Who could be in this group? How would these figures change if the dog ran away? :) thats 4 girbils, 1 duck, and...
  75. Health: Help for Mental and Emotional Disorders

    I really need help with this! I don't have a textbook, but I have an online book, but my computer won't open it. My teacher is not answering his phone. So I have no idea what the answers might be. Please help me! 1. A disorder in which intense anxiety or fear keeps a person ...
  76. math

    Find the number of ways in which 9 people can be divided into 2 groups: the first group has 5 people and the second group has 4 people.
  77. Algebra 1

    Suppose students in your school arrive in groups each morning. You are the first to arrive, and you are alone, but still considered a group (consisiting of one person). The second group has two more people than the first group. The third group has two more people than the ...
  78. psychology

    the fundamental idea behind natural selection is that, within a particular environment, a genetically influenced trait tends to be more successful and thus able to survive and be passed on. Environmental psychologists examine the ________ that led to survival, and which then ...
  79. psychology

    the fundamental idea behind natural selection is that, within a particular environment, a genetically influenced trait tends to be more successful and thus able to survive and be passed on. Environmental psychologists examine the ________ that led to survival, and which then ...
  80. psychology

    the fundamental idea behind natural selection is that, within a particular environment, a genetically influenced trait tends to be more successful and thus able to survive and be passed on. Environmental psychologists examine the ________ that led to survival, and which then ...
  81. Statistics

    In one study of smokers who tried to quit smoking with nicotine patch therapy, 39 were smoking one year after the treatment, and 32 were not smoking one year after the treatment. Use a 0.10 significance level to test the claim that among the smokers who try to quit with the ...
  82. Math- Prob Stat

    The probability that a student in this school has a job is 65%. What is the probability that: A. You ask at least 8 people before you find someone with a job? B. You ask at most 4 people before you find someone with a job? C. Between 15 and 29 people in a group of 50 will have...
  83. psychology

    "He is never going to change. He is set in his ways," the client complained. "let's think about it. Does this hurt you or him.?" The therapist is applying: a. behavioural therapy b. a cognitive treatment approach c. psychodynamic therapy d. contingency contracting IS C BUT IT ...
  84. math

    In English Class, after studying a book called \The Lord of the Flies" by William Golding, students are split into 6 groups and each group is required to make a fi lm based on one of the 8 important scenes in the novel. Each group can choose which scene they are creating a fi ...
  85. APPSYCH:P

    Both clients and clinicians overestimate the effect of therapy. Explain the possible reasons for this.  Also consider how the placebo effect and regression toward the mean influence therapy.
  86. eth-revision

    What differentiates the act of grouping people from the act of stereotyping? Grouping people is the process of uniting them into a group in terms of similarities. Therefore, stereotypes are usually based on assumption or generalization that someone makes on the characteristics...
  87. psychology

    In an experiment, a control group is different from an experimental group in that the people in the control group: are not exposed to the same treatment of the independent variable. differ in trait variables. do not incur the same exposure to the dependent variable. believe ...
  88. social psycology

    If your norm is one that people outside a particular group would be unfamiliar with, you may have to go into some detail so that people outside the group can comprehend how what you did constituted breaking a norm does this sound good The way I broke my norm was that one day I...
  89. occcpational therapy

    In the next few years the greatest amount of occupational therapy job opportunities are expected to be in A. community settings B. psychiatric hospitals C. federal institutions D. rehabilitation hospitals
  90. maths

    1)There are 7 groups of Scouts attending a campfire with an average of 28 scouts per group. Each group has a different number of scouts. If the largest group has 33 scouts in it, what is the smallest possible number of scouts in each group? 2)The average amount of money that 5...
  91. statistics

    Use the following information and data for questions 1-5. A group of researchers hypothesizes that listening to music while studying for an exam influences test scores. They randomly selected 28 subjects and randomly assigned them to one of four groups. All groups studied for ...
  92. mgt

    Post your 200-300-word response to this question: How did that experience with your fellow classmates illustrate one of the concepts (group norms, group cohesiveness, group pressure, group conformity, groupthink, group influence, group leadership, group self-direction, group ...
  93. Stats- NEED HELP

    According to the Census Bureau publication Current Population Reports, the probability distribution for household size (number of people per household, say X) in the United States is as follows. For the purpose of the next two questions, the experiment consists of randomly ...
  94. Art

    This image represents culture and history because? It shows traditional practice for a group of people. (MY ANSWER) It show how people dress in everyday life. It depicts an important event and political celebration. It shows normal daily activities for families that are ...
  95. PSY202

    One of the reasons that certain advertisements are successful is because viewers want to behave like those they observe. What is the general term that psychologists use to describe this type of behavior? (Points : 1) Operant Conditioning Social Learning Control group learning ...
  96. biology

    On a television talk show, a guest claims that people who exercise vigorously for 15 minutes or more every day are able to solve math problems more rapidly than people who have no vigorous exercise in their daily routine. Describe a controlled experiment that could be ...
  97. government

    "universe" is a term used to describe a. a politician's constituency b. the entire group of persons sampled in a given poll c. the entire group of persons whose opinions a poll seeks to measure d. the group that supports the activities of an interest group i think its a
  98. stats

    How do you perform the One-way ANOVAs A researcher is interested in examining whether knowledge of a previous criminal record will affect the juryfs decision to acquit or convict the defendant. The researcher shows 15 participants a 4-hour trial in which a woman is accused ...
  99. Science

    Name the type of research for each of the following and rank them 1-5 (1 strongest, 5 weakest: 5 points). A. A researcher collects questionnaires from people who exercise and nonexercising people to determine whether there was a difference in physical activity opportunities/...
  100. Statistics

    The father of a junior high school student wants to determine the most popular book among junior high students. Select the sample with the least potential bias. A. A randomly selected group of 10 book sellers B. A randomly selected group of 30 junior high students C. A ...
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