HSCO 511 Exam 3

HSCO 511 Exam 3 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. Which is NOT one of the basic causes of group conflict discussed by Forsyth?
  2. These are reasons for using exercises in a group, EXCEPT:
  3. According to the authors, all of the following are important, but which is the MAIN focus of the closing stage of the group?
  4. Which is FALSE about leading the middle stage of a group?
  5. Individuals’ perceptions of their environment are usually based on two dimensions:
  6. Which of the following is NOT true regarding holding the focus when processing a group exercise?
  7. Which is NOT true about the closing phase of a session?
  8. According to Jacobs et al., which of the following is FALSE about the focus on process in a therapy group?
  9. Feedback exercises are most valuable when
  10. Which of the following is a good reason for leaders to participate in an exercise?
  11. A mixed-motive situation occurs when
  12. In the working phase, it is important for leaders to
  13. Which is NOT one of the characteristics of most support groups?
  14. Which of the following is true regarding apportioning time to members?
  15. Feedback from one group member to another is most closely associated with which therapeutic factor?
  16. To deepen the focus of the group and the level of commitment of members, Jacobs et al. suggest all of the following EXCEPT
  17. According to equilibrium theory, if a group discussion lacks intimacy, participants will probably
  18. When a group member breaches confidentiality, the authors recommend that the leader do which of the following first?
  19. When introducing an exercise, leaders should clearly present the directions for all of the following reasons EXCEPTto
  20. Spinning-off is appropriate for the following reasons, EXCEPT
  21. If a member shares a deep personal concern in a non-therapy group, the leader should FIRST
  22. Interpersonal psychotherapy groups stress dealing with issues that occur within the group itself, rather than reviewing what the members are experiencing outside of the group or what they experienced in the past. This focus is usually referred to as a(n) _______ orientation.
  23. When a member begins crying during the session, the leader should
  24. Which of the following is NOT recommended as a way to handle a member’s emotional reaction to an exercise?
  25. Asking a member to leave a group might be done for all of the following reasons EXCEPT
  26. following
  27. According to the dual concern model, whichconflict management strategy reflects low concern for both self and other?
  28. Studies of the impact of noise on people indicate that
  29. A member who says to another “Don’t worry, everything will be ok, you just have to make the best of things” is a _________ member.
  30. Although ALL of the following are important, the MOST important thing to attend to when leading an exercise is
  31. Asking members to position themselves somewhere between two walls in the room that represents their level of comfort in the group in an example of conducting a _________exercise.
  32. Which of the following isNOT an important consideration when using touching exercises?
  33. All of the following represent common mistakes made in middle sessions EXCEPT?
  34. Which of the following is NOTa recommended leadership technique for handling a talkative member?
  35. Many 12-step programs build _______ into their change program by requiring long-term members to assist newcomers.
  36. During conflicts, people are most likely to misinterpret and misperceive ________ behavior.
  37. Balance theory predicts that hostility is greatest when group members who dislike each other also disagree with each other. Tension is greatest when group members
  38. Personal space zones are smaller
  39. All of the following is true about distracting members EXCEPT
  40. Which of the following is NOT a purpose or goal of the closing phase of a session?

Set 2

  1. All of the following represent common mistakes made in middle stage sessions EXCEPT
  2. When a member begins crying during a session, the leader should
  3. Which of the following is NOT a recommended leadership technique for handling a talkative member?
  4. Most of the time allotted to an exercise should be spent
  5. Which of the following is NOT an important consideration when using touching exercises?
  6. Psychotherapy groups stress dealing with issues that occur within the group itself, rather than reviewing what the members are experiencing outside of the group or what theyexperienced in the This focus is usually referred to as a(n) orientation.
  7. The following are all important for effectively closing a session, EXCEPT to
  8. All of the following is true about distracting members EXCEPT
  9. When a member shares a deep personal concern in a non-therapy group, the leader should FIRST
  10. Group members are most likely to misinterpret behaviors during a
  11. These are characteristics of most support groups, EXCEPT:
  12. Which of the following is true regarding apportioning time to members?
  13. A group leader may ask a member to leave a group for all of the following reasons EXCEPT
  14. Many 12-step programs build into their change program by requiring long-term members to assist
  15. Which of the following is true regarding holding the focus when processing a group exercise?
  16. Personal space zones are smaller
  17. Which of the following is NOT recommended as a way to handle a member’s emotional reaction to an exercise?
  18. Which of the following is true regarding feedback during the closing stage of a group?
  19. Balance theory predicts that hostility is greatest when group members who dislike each other also disagree with each Tension is greatest when group members
  20. Basic causes of group conflict discussed by Forsyth include the following, EXCEPT:
  21. Which is NOT true about the closing phase of a session?

 

  1. According to Jacobs et , which of the following is FALSE about the focus on process in a therapy group?
  2. Jacobs et suggest all of the following to deepen the focus of the group and the level of commitment of members, EXCEPT
  3. Having members position themselves somewhere between two walls in the room that represents their level of comfort in the group is an example of conducting a
  4. Spinning-off is appropriate for the following reasons, EXCEPT
  5. The MOST important aspect of a group exercise is
  6. According to Russel’s research, cited in Forsyth, individuals perceive their environment mainly based on two dimensions, e.
  7. A mixed-motive situation occurs when
  8. When introducing an exercise, leaders should clearly present the directions for all of the following reasons EXCEPT to
  9. Which conflict management strategy reflects low concern for both self and other according to the dual concern model?
  10. Studies of the impact of noise on people indicate that
  11. If a group discussion lacks intimacy, equilibrium theory predicts that participants will
  12. Although all of the following are important, but which is the MAIN focus of the closing stage of the group?
  13. These are reasons for using exercises in a group, EXCEPT:
  14. Which therapeutic factor is most closely associated with one group member giving feedback to another member?
  15. A member who says to another “Don’t worry, everything will be ok, you just have to make the best of things” is a
  16. In the working stage, it is important for leaders to
  17. If a group member breaches confidentiality, it is recommend that the leader does which of the following first?
  18. Which is FALSE about leading the middle stage of a group?
  19. A good reason for leader to participate in an exercise is:
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