EDCE 512 Quiz 6

EDCE 512 Quiz 6 Liberty University

  1. Collections of bad feelings that people use to justify their life script are known as:
  2. The Gouldings stress which of the following in their group practice?
  3. The leader(s) of the redecisional school of TA is (are):
  4. In the __________________, individuals intend to take action immediately and report some small behavioral changes.
  5. A person who is Erikson’s middle age stage
  6. Generally, each CBT group session opens with group members:
  7. In the analytic group, countertransference is seen as:
  8. All of the following are considered contributions and strengths of SFBT except for:
  9. A client who “closes her eyes” to the existence of her marital problems is using which of the following ego defense mechanisms?
  10. The ego should:
  11. In TA, ___________________ are verbal and nonverbal signs of acceptance and recognition.
  12. Which of the following individuals is not associated with the development of SFBT?
  13. The basic goal of the existential group is:
  14. We rely on ______________________ to help us warm up our innate spontaneity.
  15. is a complex and intense method that involves warm-up, protagonist-centered work, and sharing.
  16. The existential group focuses on:
  17. What is (are) the characteristic(s) of the cognitive behavioral approach in groups?
  18. Authenticity consists of:
  19. The process of identifying and evaluating one’s cognitions, understanding the negative impact of thinking on behavior, and learning more appropriate self- messages is known as:
  20. In existential group work, anxiety arises as members recognize:
  21. Which ego defense mechanism involves attributing our own unacceptable thoughts, feelings, behaviors, and motives to others?
  22. By valuing and accepting members’ experiences without placing stipulations and expectations on this acceptance, group leaders:
  23. One of the aims of existential therapy is to challenge people to stop deceiving themselves regarding:
  24. When anxiety is referred to as “free-oating,” this suggests that:
  25. The function of the existential group leader is:
  26. Psychoanalytic dream work consists of:
  27. What is the function of the cognitive behavioral leader?
  28. Behavioral assessment involves all of the following except:
  29. According to Robert and Mary Goulding, people:
  30. Which procedure(s) is (are) not typically used in a person-centered group?
  31. emphasize mindfulness, acceptance, the therapeutic relationship, spirituality, values, meaning and purpose in one’s life, meditation, being in the present moment, and emotional expression.
  32. Roger’s original conviction was that the core condition work
  33. Which statement(s) is (are) untrue of the analytic group?
  34. Which of the following would be stressed the most in a person-centered group?
  35. According to psychodrama:
  36. Cognitive behavioral practitioners use:
  37. Which of the following statements about the concept of tele is false?
  38. Which of the following techniques is not considered a behavioral technique?
  39. _____________________________consists of a combination of elements of information giving, Socratic discussion, cognitive restructuring, problem solving, relaxation training, behavioral and imagined rehearsals, self-monitoring, self-instruction, self- reinforcement, and environmental change.
  40. Which of the statements below is true regarding research on the person-centered approach
  41. The attitudes of leader congruence, accurate empathic understanding, and caring are considered by the person-centered approach to be:
  42. MI emerged as a reaction against the prevailing _____________model that focuses on:
  43. According to solution-focused therapy in groups:
  44. Which of the following is not considered as a condition that fosters and nurtures creativity?
  45. According to TA theory, strokes are:
  46. Which of the following goals would be most characteristic of a cognitive behavioral group?
  47. Which of the following is not a key concept of TA?
  48. _ is a vehicle for the technique of role reversal when an auxiliary ego may not be available, or the actual person is too threatening to engage in an encounter.
  49. Which of the following techniques is the most useful for helping members clarify and prioritize their values?
  50. After members experience a redecision, they typically leave group sessions with:
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