HSCO 511 Exam 1

HSCO 511 Exam 1 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. To set a positive tone in the first session of the group, the leader should
  2. If there are group members who are not clear about the group’s purpose, the following is recommended, EXCEPT
  3. If the leader sees that a change of purpose is needed, he or she should
  4. According to Jacobs et al., which of the following can be a MISTAKE with regard to group rules?
  5. In a therapy group, members expect everyone to communicate and share their thoughts and feelings. All members agree on informal rules regarding who should talk and for how long. This group has high levels of _____ compatibility.
  6. According to Jacobs et al., the single most important therapeutic force of a group is the
  7. For groups with a culturally diverse membership, this stage may last longer because members may be uncomfortable with one another?
  8. Which of the following is NOT one of Jacobs et al.’s perspectives on the relationship between content and process in a group meeting?
  9. Which of the following is NOT essential to pre-group planning?​
  10. All of the following are appropriate ways to begin a session EXCEPT:
  11. Goal-focused team work is _____ cohesion whereas liking for a group is _____ cohesion.
  12. Cohesion enhances group performance when
  13. _____ norms articulate what people should avoid doing; _____ norms articulate what people typically do.
  14. Which of the following statement is true?
  15. Most roles fit into one of two broad categories: _____ roles and _____ roles.
  16. Roland decides that he wants to do more for the group. He starts helping other members by taking on some of their work and organizing fund raisers. Donald is providing _____ support.
  17. Which exercise is NOT appropriate to use in the first session of a group?
  18. Coworkers, sports teams, and study groups are ______ while audiences, bystanders and crowds are ______ .
  19. Which of the following is NOT a common group planning mistake?
  20. In a social skills group for adolescents, the leader uses exercises to help members learn skills to improve peer relationships. Which leadership style is being utilized?
  21. Which of the following qualities is typically found in a social (or secondary) group?
  22. Which of the following does NOT characterize an advantage of group work?
  23. During what stage do members share what they’ve learned and how they have changed as a result of group membership?​
  24. When a group is formally organized in a hierarchical structure,
  25. Experts who study group development generally believe that
  26. Which of the following is FALSE about the purpose of a group?
  27. During the beginning stage of a counseling group, when a member brings up a topic unrelated to the purpose of the group, the leader should​
  28. Which of the following is task-focused rather than relationship-focused?
  29. Which is a characteristic of norms?
  30. Which of the following is NOT identified by Jacobs et al. as a potential problem for a group?
  31. An interactionist approach to roles argues they are
  32. All of the following activities would be appropriate for the first group session EXCEPT​
  33. Group formation is influenced significantly by all these factors EXCEPT
  34. Which of the following is NOT associated with “second session let down?”
  35. Which of the following is FALSE regarding ethical group practices? The leader should
  36. Explaining how the group will be conducted and the role of the group leader will accomplish the following, EXCEPT
  37. Which of the following is TRUEabout member screening?
  38. To become effective, Jacobs et al. recommend that new group leaders
  39. Social comparison theory argues people join groups because of
  40. Which one illustrates the multilevel nature of cohesion?

Set 2

  1. Which of the followingdistinguishes a group from a network?
  2. Group formation is influenced significantly by all these factors EXCEPT
  3. Which one is NOT a characteristic of norms?
  4. The most important concept of group leadership is having
  5. Most roles fit into one of two broad categories: _____ roles and _____ roles.
  6. When planning a session, the following is recommended, EXCEPT:
  7. In a social skills group for children, the leader uses exercises to help members learn skills to improve peer relationships. Which leadership style is being utilized?
  8. Liking for a group is _____ cohesion, whereas goal-focused team work is _____ cohesion.
  9. If there are group members who are not clear about the group’s purpose, the following is recommended, EXCEPT
  10. According to Jacobs et al., the single most important therapeutic force of a group is the
  11. If the leader sees that a change of purpose is needed, he or she should
  12. To set a positive tone in the first session of the group, the leader should NOT
  13. Which one is task-focused rather than relationship-focused?
  14. While other models typically include four or more group stages, Jacobs et al. propose three stages. In which stage do members benefit the most from being in the group?
  15. _____ norms articulate what people typically do; _____ norms articulate what people should avoid doing.
  16. These are common group planning mistakes, EXCEPT:
  17. Interdependence, a key quality of groups, requires
  18. Which of the following is FALSE about the purpose of a group?
  19. Explaining how the group will be conducted and the role of the group leader will accomplish the following, EXCEPT
  20. Which of the following is NOT one of Jacobs et al.’s perspectives on the relationship between content and process in a group meeting?
  21. Which statement describes a group at the orientation, or forming, stage of development?
  22. In a therapy group, members expect everyone to communicate and share their thoughts and feelings. All members agree on informal rules regarding who should talk and for how long. This group has high levels of _____ compatibility.
  23. Which of the following is FALSE regarding ethical group practices? The leader should
  24. All of the following are appropriate ways to begin a session EXCEPT:
  25. A multicomponent approach to cohesion assumes
  26. A number of experts who study group development believe that
  27. Donald decides that he wants to do more for the group. He starts helping other members by taking on some of their work and organizing fund raisers. Donald is providing _____ support.
  28. Which exercise is NOT appropriate to use in the first session of a group?
  29. Which of the following is TRUEabout member screening?
  30. Which of the following does NOT characterize an advantage of group work?
  31. According to Jacobs et al., which of the following can be a MISTAKE with regard to group rules?
  32. Audiences, bystanders and crowds are ______ while coworkers, sports teams, and study groups are ______.
  33. Which of the following is NOT associated with “second session let down?”
  34. To become an effective group leader, Jacobs et al. recommend
  35. Sherif’s study of the autokinetic effect indicated that group norms
  36. In the middle stage of a support group for step-parents, the members decided to focus on their individual concerns in a written exercise. Which leadership style is being utilized?
  37. “Big picture” planning involves
  38. When a group is formally organized in a hierarchical structure,
  39. Which one is NOT an important group dynamic for a support group?
  40. This theory assumes that how secure and comfortable you were with your primary caregiver influences your relationships, including group memberships, throughout your entire life.
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