COSC 512 Quiz 1

COSC 512 Quiz 1 Liberty University

  1. This type of group may have 20 to 40 members on average.
  2. When a group leader is promoting interaction between group members without drawing attention to him/herself, this role is being employed.
  3. In working with abusive individuals,  groups seem to be rather effective.
  4. The “Law of  ” states that the time a group spends discussing any issue is in inverse proportion to the consequences of the issue.
  5. The “interaction of group members with one another” is often referred to as         .
  6. Yalom’s curative factors within a group often affect the interactions of members and the group as a whole in complex ways. As members accept responsibility for their own lives, Yalom would assert that  is the curative factor.
  7. According to Hulse-Killackcy, Schumacher, and Kraus, the “balance” between content and process is  .
  8. “Too many cooks spoil the broth” refers to which limitation of co-leadership
  9. The “Critical-incident Model” for training group leaders involves each of the following “steps” where the trainee completes each except  .
  10. “Each element (in productive group dynamics) is affected by whatever happens to any other element” conceptualizes the group as a  .
  11. In general  groups stress “growth through knowledge”.
  12. One would expect a “Theory X leader” to be most closely aligned with a                                                  leadership style.
  13. A _______________ leader attempts to empower group members and shares power with them in working toward making critical decisions.
  14. A
                                     is a professional or a professional-in-training who undertakes the responsibility of a group with another leader in a mutually determined manner.
  15. ________________ groups encompass multiple ways of working with members.
  16. Kottler asserts that a “counseling group for counselors” can help counselors deal more effectively with the   that comes from working with people in pain.
  17. In regards to group content, “good decision making involves interaction with others in the pursuit of a _________________________”.
  18. The physical structure of a group is often dependent upon that group’s intended purpose. Which structure below is more likely to be employed as a command structure (e.g., military)?
  19. Leaders when working with conflict brought about by “power” difficulties within a group must differentiate between position powerand personal power. Position power conflict is often seen between                                    
  20. The leader of group psychotherapy is responsible for  in the group
  21. According to Nolan, accomplishing the goal of “honest self-investigation; to promote full use of potentials; to bring about awareness of self-contradictions”, group leader would employ  .
  22. Glass and Benshoffs PARSmodelto conceptualize “processing” in group work, is an acronym where “A” stands for                                                .
  23. Members who believe that their environments control them and that they are at the mercy of that environment may benefit in group counseling from the process function called  .
  24. Task/work groups differ from the other three types of groups most dramatically in that they do not focus on  .
  25. Life-skills emphasis in psychoeducational groups purports that people can be taught on a(n)  level how to stop potential problems from occurring.
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