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Quiz Chapter 4, Behavioral Assessment. The Handbook of Psychological Assessment 5 th edition. 1. A core assumption of Behavioral Assessment is that behavior can be understood by focusing on: (95). Birth order Family relations and associated issues

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quiz chapter 4 behavioral assessment

Quiz Chapter 4, Behavioral Assessment

The Handbook of Psychological Assessment

5th edition

1 a core assumption of behavioral assessment is that behavior can be understood by focusing on 95
1. A core assumption of Behavioral Assessment is that behavior can be understood by focusing on: (95)
  • Birth order
  • Family relations and associated issues
  • Preceding events and resulting consequences
  • Complaints and rationalizations
  • All of the above
1 a core assumption of behavioral assessment is that behavior can be understood by focusing on 951
1. A core assumption of Behavioral Assessment is that behavior can be understood by focusing on: (95)
  • Birth order
  • Family relations and associated issues
  • Preceding events and resulting consequences
  • Complaints and rationalizations
  • All of the above
2 a problem with psychophsysiolgical assessment is
2. A problem with psychophsysiolgical assessment is
  • Techniques are intrusive
  • Event-related potentials
  • Lack of interest in and knowledge regarding instrumentation
  • Fear and anger have the same responses in blood pressure
  • All of the above
2 a problem with psychophsysiolgical assessment is1
2. A problem with psychophsysiolgical assessment is
  • Techniques are intrusive
  • Event-related potentials
  • Lack of interest in and knowledge regarding instrumentation
  • Fear and anger have the same responses in blood pressure
  • All of the above
3 involves setting a prompt like a beeper and having the subject describe cognitions at that moment
3. ____ involves setting a prompt like a beeper and having the subject describe cognitions at that moment.
  • Private speech
  • Thought sampling
  • Event-related potentials
  • Functional analysis
  • Behavioral assessment
3 involves setting a prompt like a beeper and having the subject describe cognitions at that moment1
3. ____ involves setting a prompt like a beeper and having the subject describe cognitions at that moment.
  • Private speech
  • Thought sampling
  • Event-related potentials
  • Functional analysis
  • Behavioral assessment
4 treatment based on behavioral principles has a long history dating back to the days of 97
4. Treatment based on behavioral principles has a long history dating back to the days of: (97)
  • Aristotle
  • John C. Calhoun
  • Little Albert
  • William James
  • Fat Albert
4 treatment based on behavioral principles has a long history dating back to the days of 971
4. Treatment based on behavioral principles has a long history dating back to the days of: (97)
  • Aristotle
  • John C. Calhoun
  • Little Albert
  • William James
  • Fat Albert
5 behavioral assessment originally focused on the rate frequency and of relevant behaviors 97
5.Behavioral Assessment originally focused on the rate, frequency and ___ of relevant behaviors. (97)
  • Cause
  • Etiology
  • Dynamics
  • Underlying meaning
  • Duration
5 behavioral assessment originally focused on the rate frequency and of relevant behaviors 971
5.Behavioral Assessment originally focused on the rate, frequency and ___ of relevant behaviors. (97)
  • Cause
  • Etiology
  • Dynamics
  • Underlying meaning
  • Duration
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6. Behavioral assessment first emphasized _____ which looks at the relationship between behavior, antecedents and consequences.
  • Functional analysis
  • Projective testing
  • Neuropsychological assessment
  • Internal dynamics
  • Articulated thoughts
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6. Behavioral assessment first emphasized _____ which looks at the relationship between behavior, antecedents and consequences.
  • Functional analysis
  • Projective testing
  • Neuropsychological assessment
  • Internal dynamics
  • Articulated thoughts
7 perhaps the greatest advantage of behavioral assessment is it s
7. Perhaps the greatest advantage of behavioral assessment is it’s:
  • Understanding of family dynamics
  • Appreciation of long-standing internal conflicts
  • Emphasis on high reliability
  • Relevance toward treatment
  • All of the above
7 perhaps the greatest advantage of behavioral assessment is it s1
7. Perhaps the greatest advantage of behavioral assessment is it’s:
  • Understanding of family dynamics
  • Appreciation of long-standing internal conflicts
  • Emphasis on high reliability
  • Relevance toward treatment
  • All of the above
8 which of the following is not a common behavioral assessment strategy
8. Which of the following is NOT a common behavioral assessment strategy:
  • Behavioral observation
  • Self-report inventories
  • Projective tests
  • Psychophysiological assessment
  • Self-report inventories
8 which of the following is not a common behavioral assessment strategy1
8. Which of the following is NOT a common behavioral assessment strategy:
  • Behavioral observation
  • Self-report inventories
  • Projective tests
  • Psychophysiological assessment
  • Self-report inventories
9 the power of positive thinking is simplistic because it is 111
9. The Power of positive thinking is simplistic because it is (111)
  • Not a very good predictor of adjustment
  • Based on Psychophysiological measurement
  • Impossible to measure
  • Assessed by projective tests
  • All of the above.
9 the power of positive thinking is simplistic because it is 1111
9. The Power of positive thinking is simplistic because it is (111)
  • Not a very good predictor of adjustment
  • Based on Psychophysiological measurement
  • Impossible to measure
  • Assessed by projective tests
  • All of the above.
10 which of the following is true of cognitive self report inventories
10. Which of the following is true of cognitive self-report inventories?
  • They are complex to administer and interpret
  • There has been an expansion in the number of inventories.
  • They were used primarily by Freudians
  • They have fallen out of favor
  • C & D
10 which of the following is true of cognitive self report inventories1
10. Which of the following is true of cognitive self-report inventories?
  • They are complex to administer and interpret
  • There has been an expansion in the number of inventories
  • They were used primarily by Freudians
  • They have fallen out of favor
  • C & D
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