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Treatment // AP Psychology

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  1. Vic is encouraged to take charge of the therapy session and his therapist uses an active listening approach to mirror back the feelings he hears from him. Which therapy is most likely being described?
  2. All of the following are potential benefits of group therapy EXCEPT:
  3. Intense artificial light is most successfully used as effective therapy for
  4. In rational-emotive therapy, the therapist helps clients through
  5. The phenomenon of transference is a recognized component of which of the following therapies?
  6. Which of the following therapeutic approaches is most likely to be criticized because it does not treat the underlying cause of the disorder?
  7. Which of the following has been most effective in the treatment of schizophrenia?
  8. In psychoanalysis, patients avoid talking about certain subjects. This is called
  9. The most appropriate use of electroconvulsive therapy is as a
  10. The owner of a chicken ranch ends a pet dog's habit of stealing and eating eggs by allowing the dog to "find" and eat several eggs laced with Tabasco sauce. The ranch owner's approach is similar to
  11. Carena has a bad habit of biting her fingernails and pulling at her cuticles until her fingers bleed and have sores. Her therapist is teaching her how to not bite and pick at her fingernails using various learning principles. Her therapist is using
  12. Carl Rogers is responsible for
  13. A child who has an intense fear of a dog as a result of some traumatic experience in the dog's presence would be a candidate for
  14. The process of reuptake in SSRI medications refers to:
  15. Young laboratory monkeys who saw their parents express fear to a live snake later showed fear themselves while viewing a live snake for the first time. This new fear would be the result of
  16. The technique of free association was intended to
  17. Insight therapy and behavior therapy are collectively known as
  18. _________ alter the symptoms of delusions, hallucinations, social withdrawal, and occasional agitation.
  19. A primary goal of psychoanalysis is to
  20. Sheila suffers with obsessive compulsive disorder. Her therapist has just placed his hands into dirt and is now encouraging Sheila to do likewise. Sheila's therapist is using
  21. This type of therapy emphasizes an individual's free will.
  22. _______ drugs work by increasing the activity of the neurotransmitters norepinephrine and serotonin which increase energy level and mood respectively.
  23. The best therapy to rid individuals of bad habits is
  24. Laura has an intense fear of spiders. Her therapist picks one up and lets it sit on her shoulder. The therapist is utilizing ___________________ therapy.
  25. A serious side effect of prefrontal lobotomy is related to
  26. SSRIs work by
  27. An advantage of _________ is that such therapy reassures people they are not alone in having a specific problem.
  28. A mother who loves her son despite his criminal past would be said by Rogers to show
  29. Behavioral therapists believe that both normal and abnormal behaviors develop
  30. People in collectivist cultures are likely view mental disorder as a symptom of something wrong in
  31. Aversion therapy is useful for the treatment of
  32. A psychologist describes the following steps to a client, while the client is practicing relaxation techniques, in order to treat the client's psychological disorder: 1. You are entering a large building. 2. You are pressing a button for an elevator. 3. You are stepping into an elevator. 4. You are watching the doors close after entering the elevator. 5. You are traveling five floors on the elevator. What type of treatment technique is described above?
  33. Which type of therapy uses free association, dream interpretation, and analysis of transference?
  34. Active listening and unconditional positive regard are both aspects of ______________, a part of the _______________ perspective on therapy.
  35. Aaron Beck suggested that negative beliefs cause depression. To help change these negative beliefs, Beck used which of the following therapies?