CCOU 201 Exam 3

CCOU 201 Exam 3 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. Which of the following are examples of treatment mentioned in the text that are used to help those with severe depressive disorder?
  2. According to the text, anger first appears in ______ and the last reference to anger is found in Revelation 19:15.
  3. Like love, anger is an emotion given by God that has tremendous potential for only good and no evil.
  4. Which of the following are questions that one should ask their client regarding anger?
  5. Which one of the following is not a comparison that the book makes regarding the emotion of anger?
  6. Which of the following contributes to depression?
  7. Which is a physiological sign of anger within an individual according to the text?
  8. According to the text, which is NOT one of the categories for the various causes of depression?
  9. According to the authors of the text, when is the best time to deal with anger?
  10. Stress does not cause bipolar disorder per se without the crucial roles played by genetics and biological vulnerabilities.
  11. Which of the following is a way of responding to anger that allows us to “be angry and sin not” according to the authors?
  12. Which of the following are in the correct order regarding constructive steps for dealing with anger as mentioned in the book?
  13. What was bipolar previously known as?
  14. Identify from the text the individual who said, “When I am angry I can write, pray and preach well, for then my whole temperament is quickened, my understanding sharpened, and all mundane vexations and temperaments are gone.”
  15. The most common Old Testament word for anger is “orge.” This word is a more settled and long-lasting form of anger.
  16. Which of the following is NOT one of the three significant environmental stress processes mentioned in the text regarding causes of bipolar disorder?
  17. One of the many myths regarding anger is that if a person does not look or appear angry on the outside then
  18. One of the most effective tools of the steel magnolia is ______.
  19. This word used in the New Testament describes anger as “a turbulent commotion or a boiling agitation of feelings.”
  20. Which one of the following are identified in the text as “anger styles?”
  21. Mental health professionals who lean toward which approach suggest that unresolved anger turned inward against oneself can result in depression.
  22. According to the text, although we may have minimal control over when we experience anger, we have almost total control over how we choose to express that anger. God has given us the choice to choose to allow anger to control us, or we can pursue _______ anger with His help, which involves open, honest and direct communication
  23. The first and easiest step in the change process regarding managing anger is to identify your characteristic style of experiencing and expressing anger.
  24. According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), over ________ adult Americans will experience some form of depression each year.
  25. According to the text, what percentage of depressed people also experience chronic marital discord?
  26. Almost all people are aware that anger is a secondary emotion that is usually experienced in response to a primary emotion such as hurt and fear.
  27. The last step identified in the text in dealing with anger is to
  28. Which of the following is identified in the text as an emotion that tends to focus on the things in the future?
  29. In order for Major Depressive Disorder to be diagnosed, the depressed person must have experienced at least two weeks of depressed mood or loss of interest in all activities, together with a minimum of two other symptoms of depression.
  30. What are identified as sin-related causes of depression according to the text?
  31. It is well known that severe depression and bipolar disorder have a high risk for
  32. It only takes antidepressants one to two weeks to work, while mood stabilizers and atypical neuroleptics take much longer to stabilize acute symptoms.
  33. Behavior oriented counselors and psychiatrists often view severe depression and bipolar disorders as being due to imbalances in brain chemistry.
  34. Strategies that are used to treat depression cannot be used to also treat bipolar disorder.
  35. ______ is usually caused by something that has already happened in the past, while _____ takes place in the present.
  36. What disorder did Jim suffer with, who was mentioned in the text?
  37. We can follow Daniel’s example in the Bible as he decided to ________ not to defile himself with the king’s meat.
  38. Which character is listed in the text from the Bible as a great example of how depression can strike even the boldest and most godly men?
  39. Dysthymic Disorder is a milder form of
  40. In the chapter regarding “Managing Anger,” who does the book mention as having made plans for a bizarre murder-suicide mission that would kill a planeload of people?

Set 2

  1. Post-partum depression occurs in what percentage of all deliveries?
  2. According to the course text, which of the following is not one of the elements included in an “ABC” diary?
  3. Depression may result in either weight gain OR weight loss:
  4. What is the most frequently diagnosed adult psychiatric disorder in the U.S.?
  5. Speaking the truth is one characteristic Jesus demonstrated in His care-giving ministry. Speaking the truth did not cause Jesus trouble, but instead it always seemed to draw people to himself.
  6. Which of the following is not a primary emotion?
  7. According to the course text, which of the following emotions is most likely to be mislabeled?
  8. The repression of anger is characteristic in which of the following anger styles?
  9. Which of the following is known as the “common cold of emotional disorders” according to the course text?
  10. When treating bipolar disorder, pharmacological interventions or medications are secondary to psychosocial treatments.
  11. The biblical foundations for the Christian caregiver, as presented by Dr. Hawkins, do not define counselor skills and techniques but include an admonition to do the following:
  12. Healthy anger involves which of the following?
  13. Michelle orders a meal from a fast food restaurant, but the service is slow, and the cashier speaks rudely to her. At first, Michelle feels indignant, but then she asks herself, “Is his rude treatment a statement about me or is it really a reflection of him?”  Michelle felt less upset as she recognized that the cashier’s behavior was not a statement about who she was. Michelle’s shift in perspective corrected which form of faulty thinking?
  14. As a care-giver seeking to imitate Jesus, according to Dr. Hawkins, our primary and consuming passion should be
  15. What is the third step for dealing with anger according to the course text?
  16. Sleep related symptom(s) of depression include:
  17. Billy receives an ‘A’ on his test in school, but feels that he should have done better. He is quite angry with himself for having done so poorly. When things go less than perfectly, Billy tends to see them as ruined, and he tends to be very divided in his likes and dislikes. Which cognitive distortion does Billy most likely struggle with?
  18. Physiologically, anger produces which of the following in our bodies?
  19. According to the text, brain deficiencies in the regulation of all of the following neurochemicals contribute to depression EXCEPT:
  20. Hawkins explains that in Jesus’ preparation for His ministry, He grew in wisdom and stature and in favor with God. Spiritual growth and maturity, therefore, is a foundational element to our development as a counselor. According to the lecture, which of the following lead us to spiritual growth and maturity:
  21. According to the course text, which Greek word describes anger as “a turbulent commotion or a boiling agitation of feelings”?
  22. According to the text, different mood manifestations occur for a child or adolescent and adult in a major depressive episode. While an adult with a depressed mood for at least two weeks is characteristic of an episode, an adolescent may consistently manifest a __________ mood for at least two weeks.
  23. After pouring her cereal for breakfast, Sarah realized that she was out of milk. She is devastated by the oversight, and has difficulty getting ready that morning due to her disappointment over the cereal. Sarah’s response to her dilemma may be considered as which cognitive fallacy:
  24. According to Dr. Hawkins, Jesus’ foundation for being our Wonderful Counselor included:
  25. Which of the following has been recognized to be an effective psychosocial treatment for major depressive disorder?

Set 3

  1. Post-partum depression occurs in what percentage of all deliveries?
  2. Which of the following is not a primary emotion?
  3. Before one can forgive, the transgressor must…
  4. When treating bipolar disorder, pharmacological interventions or medications are secondary to psychosocial treatments.
  5. According to the text, brain deficiencies in the regulation of all of the following neurochemicals contribute to depression EXCEPT:
  6. The biblical foundations for the Christian caregiver, as presented by Dr. Hawkins, do not define counselor skills and techniques but include an admonition to do the following:
  7. According to the course text, which Greek word describes anger as “a turbulent commotion or a boiling agitation of feelings”?
  8. According to the text, different mood manifestations occur for a child or adolescent and adult in a major depressive episode. While an adult with a depressed mood for at least two weeks is characteristic of an episode, an adolescent may consistently manifest a __________ mood for at least two weeks.
  9. Depression may result in either weight gain OR weight loss:
  10. What is the most frequently diagnosed adult psychiatric disorder in the U.S.?
  11. Forgiving others can be a freeing and empowering experience that enriches our life. At times, the personal costs of forgiving may seem to outweigh the benefits. Under such circumstances, it is best to…
  12. After pouring her cereal for breakfast, Sarah realized that she was out of milk. She is devastated by the oversight, and has difficulty getting ready that morning due to her disappointment over the cereal. Sarah’s response to her dilemma may be considered as which cognitive fallacy:
  13. The repression of anger is characteristic in which of the following anger styles?
  14. According to the course text, what two emotions that are mentioned the most in Scripture?
  15. According to Dr. Hawkins, Jesus’ foundation for being our Wonderful Counselor included:
  16. Which of the following is known as the “common cold of emotional disorders” according to the course text?
  17. Which of the following has been recognized to be an effective psychosocial treatment for major depressive disorder?
  18. According to the course text, which of the following is not one of the elements included in an “ABC” diary?
  19. Billy receives an ‘A’ on his test in school, but feels that he should have done better. He is quite angry with himself for having done so poorly. When things go less than perfectly, Billy tends to see them as ruined, and he tends to be very divided in his likes and dislikes. Which cognitive distortion does Billy most likely struggle with?
  20. According to the course text, which of the following emotions is most likely to be mislabeled?
  21. As a care-giver seeking to imitate Jesus, according to Dr. Hawkins, our primary and consuming passion should be
  22. Physiologically, anger produces which of the following in our bodies?
  23. What is the third step for dealing with anger according to the course text?
  24. Healthy anger involves which of the following?
  25. Andrew asked his classmate if he wanted to hang out after school, but his offer invita4tionutwoaf s4 points declined because the boy had already made plans. After this instance of rejection, Andrew doesn’t invite any other classmates to hang out with him again. He assumes that they will all be too busy. Andrew’s reasoning is:

Set 4

  1. What is the most frequently diagnosed adult psychiatric disorder in the U.S.?
  2. What is the third step for dealing with anger according to the course text?
  3. Andrew asked his classmate if he wanted to hang out after school, but his offer invitation was declined because the boy had already made plans. After this instance of rejection, Andrew doesn’t invite any other classmates to hang out with him again. He assumes that they will all be too busy. Andrew’s reasoning is:
  4. Before one can forgive, the transgressor must…
  5. According to the text, brain deficiencies in the regulation of all of the following neurochemicals contribute to depression EXCEPT:
  6. Speaking the truth is one characteristic Jesus demonstrated in His care-giving
ministry. Speaking the truth did not cause Jesus trouble, but instead it always seemed to draw people to himself.
  7. Healthy anger involves which of the following?
  8. Physiologically, anger produces which of the following in our bodies?
  9. Billy receives an ‘A’ on his test in school, but feels that he should have done better. He is quite angry with himself for having done so poorly. When things go less than perfectly, Billy tends to see them as ruined, and he tends to be very divided in his likes and dislikes. Which cognitive distortion does Billy most likely struggle with?
  10. Which of the following has been recognized to be an effective psychosocial treatment for major depressive disorder?
  11. Depression may result in either weight gain OR weight loss:
  12. According to Dr. Hawkins, Jesus’ foundation for being our Wonderful Counselor included:
  13. Sleep related symptom(s) of depression include:
  14. According to the course text, which of the following emotions is most likely to be mislabeled?
  15. Which best describes the relationship between reconciliation and forgiveness?
  16. Which of the following is known as the “common cold of emotional disorders” according to the course text?
  17. Post-partum depression occurs in what percentage of all deliveries?
  18. Hawkins explains that in Jesus’ preparation for His ministry, He grew in wisdom and stature and in favor with God. Spiritual growth and maturity, therefore, is a foundational element to our development as a counselor. According to the lecture, which of the following lead us to spiritual growth and maturity:
  19. Worthington is confident that most everyone has experienced forgiveness in their life and that receiving forgiveness from someone we have wronged may help us to extend forgiveness to others. As we recall our own experiences, Worthington recommends:
  20. After pouring her cereal for breakfast, Sarah realized that she was out of milk. She is devastated by the oversight, and has difficulty getting ready that morning due to her disappointment over the cereal. Sarah’s response to her dilemma may be considered as which cognitive fallacy:
  21. According to the course text, which Greek word describes anger as “a turbulent commotion or a boiling agitation of feelings”?
  22. The biblical foundations for the Christian caregiver, as presented by Dr. Hawkins, do not define counselor skills and techniques but include an admonition to do the following:
  23. Forgiving others can be a freeing and empowering experience that enriches our life. At times, the personal costs of forgiving may seem to outweigh the benefits. Under such circumstances, it is best to…
  24. Michelle orders a meal from a fast food restaurant, but the service is slow, and the cashier speaks rudely to her. At first, Michelle feels indignant, but then she asks herself, “Is his rude treatment a statement about me or is it really a reflection of him?” Michelle felt less upset as she recognized that the cashier’s behavior was not a statement about who she was. Michelle’s shift in perspective corrected which form of faulty thinking?
  25. According to the course text, what two emotions that are mentioned the most in Scripture?
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