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Treatment // AP Psychology

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  1. In contrast to a clinical psychologist, a psychiatrist is more likely to
  2. Proactive preventive services available from many community mental health centers include all of the following EXCEPT:
  3. Prozac and other modern antidepressant medications work to
  4. All of the following are potential benefits of group therapy EXCEPT:
  5. Andre suffers form mood swings, alternating from wild episodes of euphoria and spending sprees to motionless staring and hopelessness. If someone from the biomedical approach were to treat his condition, the prescription most likely would be
  6. The beliefs of the ancient Greeks such as Hippocrates and Galen about the cause of abnormal behavior was closest to which of the following modern approaches to psychology?
  7. In rational-emotive therapy, the therapist helps clients through
  8. Behavioral therapists emphasize which of the following in their treatment of clients?
  9. Freud's theory was based on the belief that neuroses were caused by
  10. Freud considered the distinction between manifest content and latent content essential for
  11. 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
  12. Saying whatever comes to mind, even if it seems senseless, painful, or embarrassing, is part of the Freudian technique known as
  13. 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
  14. Cognitive therapists are interested in
  15. In client-centered therapy, the troubled individual is
  16. Electroconvulsive therapy has proven successful in treating
  17. Systematic desensitization is most often used to treat
  18. Long term treatment with antipsychotic drugs can create a disturbance of motor control, especially facial muscles, that is termed
  19. __________________Therapies are focused on the patients self concept, values, and needs.
  20. The modern day application of Freud's psychoanalytic theory is
  21. The technique of free association was intended to
  22. Which class of drugs blocks dopamine receptors in the brain?
  23. The policy of removing patients, whenever possible, from mental hospitals is called ____________.
  24. A primary goal of psychoanalysis is to
  25. MAO inhibitors and tricyclics are two important types of
  26. _________ are the most commonly prescribed anti anxiety medications.
  27. Laura has an intense fear of spiders. Her therapist picks one up and lets it sit on her shoulder. The therapist is utilizing ___________________ therapy.
  28. Behavioral therapists believe that both normal and abnormal behaviors develop
  29. The _______ approach to therapy would be most useful in aiding a person to change their belief that their life will never get better.
  30. The core methods of a _________ therapist are to challenge unrealistic, unjustified assumptions and to discuss alternative solutions.
  31. 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?
  32. 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)?
  33. Which of the following forms of therapy most likely involves a confrontational atmosphere between the therapist and the client?
  34. The overall purpose of psychoanalytic therapy is to