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Treatment // AP Psychology

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  1. Jenna is telling her therapist about the dream she had last night and her therapist begins to interpret it for her. Which approach to psychotherapy does Jenna's therapist probably represent?
  2. In contrast to a clinical psychologist, a psychiatrist is more likely to
  3. An unplanned social change that occurred as a result of deinstitutionalization was
  4. 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?
  5. After conducting a meta-analysis of over 475 outcome studies on the effectiveness of psychotherapies, psychologists concluded that
  6. Intense artificial light is most successfully used as effective therapy for
  7. Which of the following therapeutic approaches is most likely to be criticized because it does not treat the underlying cause of the disorder?
  8. If a man who is a heavy smoker is given an electric shock every time he takes a puff on a cigarette, which of the following behavior-modification techniques is being used?
  9. Electroconvulsive therapy has been most successful in the treatment of
  10. Which of the following has been most effective in the treatment of schizophrenia?
  11. According to Carl Rogers, the role of the therapist in person-centered psychotherapy is to
  12. Freud's theory was based on the belief that neuroses were caused by
  13. In an institution for delinquent adolescents, a behavioral system has been implemented in which the adolescents earn points for target behaviors like getting up on time, making beds, attending class, etc. They are allowed to exchange their earned points for privileges, activities, etc. This system is called __________ and is based on __________.
  14. When a therapist attempts to see the world through the client's eyes and to feel some part of what he or she is feeling, the therapist is using
  15. Which of the following is identified with client-centered therapy?
  16. The obvious and visible aspects of a dream comprise its
  17. 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
  18. Freud believed that some of his patients were falling in love with him, he attributed this to recovered feelings they had towards their parents. This is called
  19. If Diane is seeing a biomedical therapist to treat her depression, she is most likely to receive
  20. The process of reuptake in SSRI medications refers to:
  21. 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
  22. The technique of free association was intended to
  23. _________ alter the symptoms of delusions, hallucinations, social withdrawal, and occasional agitation.
  24. 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
  25. A serious side effect of electroconvulsive therapy 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. Lithium carbonate is effective in treating
  29. Which form of therapy directly confronts a client's self defeating thought patterns?
  30. Counterconditioning is based on the principles of
  31. In which of the following types of treatment would a patient relax and talk about whatever comes to mind while the therapist listens?
  32. Which type of therapy uses free association, dream interpretation, and analysis of transference?
  33. When a therapist repeats, summarizes, and clarifies an individual's statements in therapy he is most likely engaging in _______________ a key aspect in ______________________.
  34. Active listening and unconditional positive regard are both aspects of ______________, a part of the _______________ perspective on therapy.
  35. Which of the following forms of therapy most likely involves a confrontational atmosphere between the therapist and the client?