EDCE 505 Quiz 2

EDCE 505 Quiz 2 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. Adlerian therapists strive to establish and maintain an egalitarian therapeutic alliance and a person-to-person relationship with their clients.​
  2. The premise of Adlerian group work is that: ​
  3. Adlerian views of birth order and family constellation are highly relevant to individuals from all cultural contexts.​
  4. Existentialists claim that the use of specific techniques is the cornerstone of the approach.​
  5. The developmental crisis involving initiative vs. guilt occurs during:  ​
  6. The primary aim of time limited dynamic psychotherapy is to:  ​
  7. The Adlerian approach has a wide variety of applications including group and family therapy.​
  8. Analytic therapists view transference as a factor that results from ineffective intervention on the therapist’s part.
  9. Which of the following statements is true about the relationship a client has with his or her analyst?​
  10. Traditional analytic therapists make more frequent interpretations of transferences and engage in fewer supportive interventions than is the case with psychodynamic therapists.​
  11. The “fundamental rule” for the client in psychoanalysis is:​
  12. The range of emotionally charged responses such as withdrawal, anger, love, annoyance, powerlessness, avoidance, overidentification, control, and sadness of the therapist are often associated with:​
  13. Free association is one of the basic tools used to gain access to the unconscious.​
  14. Analytically oriented therapists typically interpret free associations, dreams, resistances, and transferences.
  15. In the existential framework, inaction is a decision.​
  16. The psychoanalytic approach provides practitioners with a framework for understanding the origins and functions of symptoms. ​
  17. If a person becomes fixated in the oral stage of development, later personality problems may include all of the following except:  ​
  18. In order to meet the goals of psychoanalytic treatment, Rhonda must help her eating disordered clients to:​
  19. Brief psychodynamic therapists tend to assume an active role in the therapy process.​
  20. Which of the following aspects is notassessed when exploring a client’s family constellation?​
  21. In the existential approach, techniques are primary, while subjective understanding of clients is secondary.​
  22. emphasizes the subjective and spiritual dimensions of human existence.
  23. Jacqueline feels guilty whenever she considers taking a day off from work for personal reasons. Which of the psychic structures postulated by Freud is fueling her guilty feelings?​
  24. The goals of existential therapy include all but
  25. Ego-defense mechanisms, by their very nature, imply psychopathology.​
  26. All of the following are stages in Adlerian counseling except:​
  27. Freud postulated the concepts of both life instincts and death instincts.​
  28. Individuals who display exhibitionistic traits, seek attention and admiration from others, and are extremely self-absorbed might have which of the following personality disorders?  ​
  29. ​ Adlerians view the use of techniques in counseling as:
  30. “Fictional finalism” is a term that Adlerians use to describe our attitude in dealing with the social world.​
  31. One of the most important Freudian concepts, which consists of pushing unacceptable life events and painful feelings into the unconscious, is:​
  32. Henry has the impulse to gamble excessively whenever he goes to Las Vegas. Aware of this, he has decided to turn down a job offer in Las Vegas to avoid the temptation to gamble. What part of Henry’s personality helped him to reach this decision?​
  33. Adlerian therapists strive to establish and maintain:​
  34. The phallic stage typically occurs during the ages of 1 to 3.​
  35. During the initial phase of counseling, existentially oriented therapists assist clients in identifying and clarifying their assumptions about the world.​
  36. Directing energy toward another object or a person (when anxiety is reduced by focusing on a “safer target”) is known as:​
  37. The young adult who adopts his parent’s outdated political beliefs to avoid unpleasant feelings of anxiety is an example of:  ​
  38. Adlerians maintain that the priorities we choose arise from our personality strengths.​
  39. From the existential viewpoint, anxiety is seen as a neurotic manifestation; thus the aim of therapy is to eliminate anxiety so clients can live comfortably.​
  40. One Adlerian concept is that everything we do is influenced by our style of life.​
  41. According to Yalom, the concerns that make up the core of existential psychodynamics
    include all of the following, except: ​
  42. From the Adlerian perspective, objective reality is more important than how we interpret reality and the meanings we attach to what we experience. ​
  43. Adler maintained that individuals attempt to overcome feelings of basic inferiority by developing a lifestyle in which success is possible.​
  44. What is the correct sequence of the psychosexual stages?  ​
  45. All of the following are true about the superegoexcept:  ​
  46. Which of the following was notpart of Stan’s work in existential therapy?  ​
  47. The working-through process consists of repetitive and elaborate explorations of unconscious material and defenses, most of which originated in early childhood.​
  48. When is the counseling process at its best from an existential viewpoint?​
  49. Adlerian psychology is a phenomenological, holistic, optimistic, and socially embedded theory based on basic assumptions that have been woven into various theories of counseling.​
  50. Brief psychodynamic therapies target specific interpersonal problems during the initial session.​

Set 2

  1. Which of the following techniques is not used in Adlerian family counseling?  ​
  2. By discussing a client’s earliest recollections, an Adlerian counselor hopes to bring unconscious conflicts to the surface.​
  3. Adlerian psychology is a __________, holistic, optimistic, and socially embedded theory based on basic assumptions that have woven into various theories of counseling.​
  4. One of the most important Freudian concepts, which consists of pushing unacceptable life events and painful feelings into the unconscious, is:​
  5. This approach puts emphasis on the human quality of the therapeutic relationship.​
  6. The concept of lifestyle refers to an individual’s core beliefs and assumptions through which the person organizes his or her reality and finds meaning in life events.​
  7. Resistance, in the analytic view, results from either a conscious unwillingness on the part of the client to cooperate, or from the ineptness of the therapist in developing a sound therapeutic program.​
  8. Manufacturing “good” reasons to explain away a bruised ego, or to explain away failures or losses, is known as:  ​
  9. Existential therapy is best considered as:​
  10. Developmentally, Freud’s latency stage corresponds to Erickson’s stage of:  ​
  11. In regards to freedom and responsibility, existential therapy embraces three values. Which of the following is notone of these values?​
  12. In object-relations theory, later relationships build upon:  ​
  13. Which of the following is notan example of how existential therapy is unlike many other therapies? ​
  14. Which of the following aspects is notassessed when exploring a client’s family constellation?​
  15. is often described as our perceptions regarding self, others, and the world, and includes the connecting themes and rules of interaction that give meaning to our actions. ​
  16. Adler and Freud created very different theories, even though both men grew up in the same city in the same era and were educated as physicians at the same university.​
  17. The social interest and community feeling refer to:  ​
  18. Adlerian therapists pay careful focus to techniques and work in structured, set ways.​
  19. The central goal of existential psychotherapy is to:​
  20. ​ The client’s core experience in Adlerian therapy consists of:
  21. Adler taught that we must successfully master three universal life tasks. Which of the following is notone of these tasks?​
  22. Encouragement is a part of the Adlerian counseling process.​
  23. The ego is the original structure of personality.​
  24. Brief psychodynamic therapies target specific interpersonal problems during the initial session.​
  25. Existentialists claim that the use of specific techniques is the cornerstone of the approach.​
  26. The relational model of psychoanalysis regards therapy as an interactive process between the client and therapist.​
  27. Which of the following did Adler notstress?​
  28. The technique whereby the analyst explains the meaning of certain behavior is known as:​
  29. Existential therapists strive to be their authentic selves when working with clients.​
  30. An Adlerian therapist asks for the client’s earliest recollections in order to:  ​
  31. According to Freudians, greediness and hoarding may develop as a result of not getting oral needs properly met.​
  32. The process of redirecting sexual energy into some form of socially acceptable behavior is known as:  ​
  33. Adlerian therapy has a phenomenological orientation.Thus, the therapist attempts to view the world from:  ​
  34. Kane pointed out to her client John that his feelings of inadequacy at work seem reminiscent of the feelings he experienced in his family of origin. It is probable that Dr. Kane was:​
  35. Adlerians have a teleological view of human nature.​
  36. The psychoanalytic approach provides practitioners with a framework for understanding the origins and functions of symptoms. ​
  37. Evidence suggesting the concept of the unconscious includes all of the following except:​
  38. ​ Who was the Danish philosopher that addressed the role of anxiety and uncertainty in life?
  39. Individuals who display exhibitionistic traits, seek attention and admiration from others, and are extremely self-absorbed might have which of the following personality disorders?  ​
  40. One contribution of Adlerian therapy is that: ​
  41. Self psychology and object relations theory emphasize all of the following except:​
  42. Analytic therapists view transference as a factor that results from ineffective intervention on the therapist’s part.
  43. Which of the following is notconsidered a basic dimension of the human condition?  ​
  44. Existential therapy can best be considered as a system of highly developed techniques designed to foster authenticity.​
  45. Because ego and consciousness are not the same, the slogan for psychoanalysis has shifted from “making the unconscious conscious” to:​
  46. Freedom implies that we are responsible for the lives of others around us.​
  47. ​ “Fictional finalism” is an Adlerian term meaning:
  48. In the existential framework, inaction is a decision.​
  49. Existential therapy is especially appropriate for clients who are struggling with developmental crises.​
  50. The analysis of transference is a central technique in psychoanalysis.​
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