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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. Drew's depression seems an outgrowth of his belief that everyone should like him. If his therapist were to utilize RET, how might he proceed in treating Drew's depression?
  4. Although Paul seems bright and capable to his parents and friends, he has been failing in school. Paul speaks to a psychologist, who suggests that his problems stem from internal processes such as unrealistic expectations and negative thinking. The psychologist's view is typical of which of the following perspectives?
  5. In rational-emotive therapy, the therapist helps clients through
  6. The phenomenon of transference is a recognized component of which of the following therapies?
  7. Which of the following behavior-therapy techniques is typically used to reduce fear of heights?
  8. The goal of rational-emotive therapy is to help clients
  9. Bipolar disorders are most effectively treated with a combination of tricyclic antidepressants and
  10. According to Carl Rogers, the role of the therapist in person-centered psychotherapy is to
  11. Behaviorally oriented therapists seek to modify a client's behavior by
  12. Freud's theory was based on the belief that neuroses were caused by
  13. Freud considered the distinction between manifest content and latent content essential for
  14. In psychoanalysis, patients avoid talking about certain subjects. This is called
  15. The most appropriate use of electroconvulsive therapy is as a
  16. Which of the following is identified with client-centered therapy?
  17. The basic assumption of behavior therapy is that
  18. Carl Rogers is responsible for
  19. Electroconvulsive therapy has proven successful in treating
  20. An important emphasis of humanistic therapy is on
  21. Long term treatment with antipsychotic drugs can create a disturbance of motor control, especially facial muscles, that is termed
  22. If Diane is seeing a biomedical therapist to treat her depression, she is most likely to receive
  23. __________________Therapies are focused on the patients self concept, values, and needs.
  24. 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
  25. The technique of free association was intended to
  26. Laura has an intense fear of spiders. Her therapist picks one up and lets it sit on her shoulder. The therapist is utilizing ___________________ therapy.
  27. SSRIs work by
  28. An advantage of _________ is that such therapy reassures people they are not alone in having a specific problem.
  29. People in collectivist cultures are likely view mental disorder as a symptom of something wrong in
  30. The _______ approach to therapy would be most useful in aiding a person to change their belief that their life will never get better.
  31. Which is the correct sequence of steps in systematic desensitization?
  32. Aversion therapy is useful for the treatment of
  33. A serious side effect of lithium treatment is related to
  34. The diathesis-stress approach would likely support which of the following statements about psychological disorders?
  35. In the treatment of patients, which of the following psychologists made no attempt to offer formal diagnosis, advice, or interpretation of patients' unconscious motives (since he let clients solve their own problems)?