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  1. Step Up To: PsychologyJohn J. Schulte, Psy.D.&Jason S. Spiegelman, M.A., ABD From: Hockenbury & Hockenbury Discovering Psychology 5e Worth Publishers (2010)

  2. Chapter 14: Therapies Cognitive Therapies Group and Family Therapies and Evaluating Psychotherapy Behavior Therapy Psychoanalytic and Humanistic Therapies Biomedical Therapies

  3. Psychoanalytic and Humanistic Therapies 500 400 300 200 100

  4. Behavior Therapy 500 400 300 200 100

  5. Cognitive Therapies 500 400 300 200 100

  6. Group and Family Therapies and Evaluating Psychotherapy 500 400 300 200 100

  7. Biomedical Therapies 500 400 300 200 100

  8. 1. In contrast to other psychodynamic therapies, interpersonal therapy focuses on: • A) past relationships • B) transference issues • C) unconscious motives • D) current relationships

  9. 2. Dr. Sereth tells her patient, “just say the first thing that pops into your head.” She is using the technique of: • A) free association • B) psychoanalysis • C) dream analysis • D) resistance

  10. 3. Carl Rogers believed that three qualities of the therapist are necessary to promote self-awareness. Which of the following is not one of these qualities? • A) genuineness • B) analytical insight • C) unconditional positive regard • D) empathic understanding

  11. Marcie is in therapy with a psychoanalyst. In response to his input in one session, she yells “Why are you always telling me what to do?” Since this is how Marcie often responds to her own father, this is an example of: • A) free association • B) a defense mechanism • C) resistance • D) transference

  12. 5. Which therapeutic technique lasts only one or two sessions and is designed to help clients overcome reluctance about committing to change? • A) motivational interviewing • B) analyzing resistance • C) defense interpretation • D) reworking of transference

  13. 6.The psychologist who is often considered to have been the first behavior therapist is: • A) John B. Watson • B) Ivan Pavlov • C) Mary Cover Jones • D) Francis Cecil Sumner

  14. 7. The behavioral technique called __________ involves progressive relaxation and constructing an anxiety hierarchy. • A) progressive relaxation • B) systematic desensitization • C) behavior modification • D) flooding

  15. 8.Which of the following conditions has been effectively treated with virtual reality (VR) therapy? • A) Phobias • B) Schizophrenia • C) Major depressive disorder • D) Eating disorders

  16. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson want to change their daughter’s behavior of crying and getting out of her own bed at night. Using operant conditioning, the first step would be to: • A) establish a baseline • B) use positive reinforcement • C) teach relaxation • D) show unconditional positive regard

  17. 10. To shape behavior of patients, the drug treatment center used a modified version of the token economy called __________, using vouchers that could be exchanged for rewards. • A) therapeutic ticketing • B) aversive conditioning • C) shaping and restructuring • D) contingency management

  18. 11. The cognitive therapy style called Rational Emotive Therapy (RET) was developed by: • A) Albert Ellis • B) Aaron T. Beck • C) Martin E. P. Seligman • D) Fritz Perls

  19. 12. Professor Penton received 29 glowing end-of-semester evaluations from his students, and one bad review. He spent the next hour wondering why he was such a bad teacher. This is an example of: • A) arbitrary inference • B) overgeneralizing • C) selective abstraction • D) personalization

  20. 13. Cognitive therapy has much in common with RET but differs in the approach. In CT, the therapist: • A) looks for the underlying motive • B) encourages the client to test the accuracy of his/her assumptions and beliefs • C) has the client experience aversive consequences • D) tells the client how irrational his thinking really is

  21. 14.Which type of therapy has been shown to be effective in treating conditions such as depression, eating disorders, substance abuse, and anxiety disorders, as well as reducing the psychotic symptoms of schizophrenia? • A) dispute and challenge therapy • B) cognitive restructural therapy • C) rational emotive therapy • D) cognitive-behavioral therapy

  22. 15.Which of the following is not one of the steps of Aaron Beck’s cognitive therapy? • A) helping clients recognize and monitor automatic thoughts • B) helping clients restructure their irrational thoughts into logical ones • C) helping client learn how to test the reality of their automatic thoughts • D) creating a therapeutic climate of collaboration

  23. 16. One of the many advantages of group therapy over individual psychotherapy is: • A) it is more cost effective • B) it provides interaction with others • C) it helps the client feel less alone with his/her problems • D) all of the above are true

  24. 17. Family therapy is based on the assumption that: • A) parents are always the cause of a child’s problems • B) the family must be treated as a system • C) families are easier to change than individuals • D) you can fix the patient if you enlist the help of the entire family

  25. 18. “Time heals all wounds,” is a popular cliché. In psychotherapy, which of the following terms reflects this ideology? • A) spontaneous remission • B) placebo treatment • C) EMDR • D) meta-analysis

  26. 19.Which of the following factors is the most important predictor of successful outcomes in psychotherapy? • A) The theoretical orientation of the therapist • B) Personal characteristics of the therapist • C) The quality of the therapeutic relationship • D) Personal characteristics of the client

  27. 20. Which type of therapy is consistently found to be the most effective? • A) Humanistic therapies • B) Cognitive therapies • C) Behavior therapies • D) In general, there is little or no difference in the overall effectiveness of different psychotherapies

  28. 21. Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is a medical treatment for which psychiatric condition? • A) epilepsy • B) dissociative identity disorder • C) paranoid schizophrenia • D) severe depression

  29. 22. The long-term use of antipsychotics causes some to develop a potentially irreversible motor disorder called: • A) tardivedyskinesia • B) psychotic rebound • C) agranulocytosis • D) risperidoneoverload

  30. 23. Which of the following is not a type of antidepressant medication? • A) Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) • B) Dopiminergic excitation facilitators (DEFs) • C) Monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs) • D) Tricyclics

  31. 24. Even newer than the SSRI’s, Effexor and Cymbalta act on: • A) serotonin and norepinephrine • B) GABA and norepinephrine • C) dopamine and GABA • D) serotonin and dopamine

  32. 25. The medication most commonly used to treat the mood swings of bipolar disorder is a naturally occurring substance called: • A) monoamine oxidase • B) tricyclic glutemate • C) lithium • D) carbamide peroxide

  33. Congratulations!

  34. Answers Stop here, or continue as a review

  35. 1. In contrast to other psychodynamic therapies, interpersonal therapy focuses on: • A) past relationships • B) transference issues • C) unconscious motives • D) current relationships

  36. 2. Dr. Sereth tells her patient, “just say the first thing that pops into your head.” She is using the technique of: • A) free association • B) psychoanalysis • C) dream analysis • D) resistance

  37. 3. Carl Rogers believed that three qualities of the therapist are necessary to promote self-awareness. Which of the following is not one of these qualities? • A) genuineness • B) analytical insight • C) unconditional positive regard • D) empathic understanding

  38. Marcie is in therapy with a psychoanalyst. In response to his input in one session, she yells “Why are you always telling me what to do?” Since this is how Marcie often responds to her own father, this is an example of: • A) free association • B) a defense mechanism • C) resistance • D) transference

  39. 5. Which therapeutic technique lasts only one or two sessions and is designed to help clients overcome reluctance about committing to change? • A) motivational interviewing • B) analyzing resistance • C) defense interpretation • D) reworking of transference

  40. 6.The psychologist who is often considered to have been the first behavior therapist is: • A) John B. Watson • B) Ivan Pavlov • C) Mary Cover Jones • D) Francis Cecil Sumner

  41. 7. The behavioral technique called __________ involves progressive relaxation and constructing an anxiety hierarchy. • A) progressive relaxation • B) systematic desensitization • C) behavior modification • D) flooding

  42. 8.Which of the following conditions has been effectively treated with virtual reality (VR) therapy? • A) Phobias • B) Schizophrenia • C) Major depressive disorder • D) Eating disorders

  43. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson want to change their daughter’s behavior of crying and getting out of her own bed at night. Using operant conditioning, the first step would be to: • A) establish a baseline • B) use positive reinforcement • C) teach relaxation • D) show unconditional positive regard

  44. 10. To shape behavior of patients, the drug treatment center used a modified version of the token economy called __________, using vouchers that could be exchanged for rewards. • A) therapeutic ticketing • B) aversive conditioning • C) shaping and restructuring • D) contingency management

  45. 11. The cognitive therapy style called Rational Emotive Therapy (RET) was developed by: • A) Albert Ellis • B) Aaron T. Beck • C) Martin E. P. Seligman • D) Fritz Perls

  46. 12. Professor Penton received 29 glowing end-of-semester evaluations from his students, and one bad review. He spent the next hour wondering why he was such a bad teacher. This is an example of: • A) arbitrary inference • B) overgeneralizing • C) selective abstraction • D) personalization

  47. 13. Cognitive therapy has much in common with RET but differs in the approach. In CT, the therapist: • A) looks for the underlying motive • B) encourages the client to test the accuracy of his/her assumptions and beliefs • C) has the client experience aversive consequences • D) tells the client how irrational his thinking really is

  48. 14.Which type of therapy has been shown to be effective in treating conditions such as depression, eating disorders, substance abuse, and anxiety disorders, as well as reducing the psychotic symptoms of schizophrenia? • A) dispute and challenge therapy • B) cognitive restructural therapy • C) rational emotive therapy • D) cognitive-behavioral therapy

  49. 15.Which of the following is not one of the steps of Aaron Beck’s cognitive therapy? • A) helping clients recognize and monitor automatic thoughts • B) helping clients restructure their irrational thoughts into logical ones • C) helping client learn how to test the reality of their automatic thoughts • D) creating a therapeutic climate of collaboration

  50. 16. One of the many advantages of group therapy over individual psychotherapy is: • A) it is more cost effective • B) it provides interaction with others • C) it helps the client feel less alone with his/her problems • D) all of the above are true