PSYC 351 Test 4

PSYC 351 Test 4 Liberty University

  1. Match the following: Sir Francis Galton. Karl Pearson. Charles Darwin. Herbert Spencer. Abraham Maslow.
  2. Match the following: Carolyn Vash. F. Shontz. Biklen. Julie Smart. Braddock and Parrish.
  3. Match the following: Reciprocal Determinism. Dichotomous Thinking Maladaptive Beliefs. Schemata. Emotional Reasoning.
  4. Who said “Oftentimes, normal is defined solely as the absence of deviance, illness, or disability”?
  5. Often, people are very selective/subjective in the ‘evidence’ that they focus on regarding their lives.
  6. It is easy to address the “whole” of the disability experience within one human made postulate.
  7. According to the notes, the four ‘models’ of disability are
  8. The most fundamental notion of Christian Psychology is
  9. Self-Efficacy is an individual’s disposition to judge their ability to actually do certain activities.
  10. A ‘myth’ of people with disabilities is that most are wheelchair users.
  11. Catastrophizing: Guessing that others are thinking negatively about us.
  12. According to the notes, the integration of psychology and theology has grown and matured.
  13. Who stated “Individuals are neither powerless objects controlled by environmental forces nor entirely free agents who can do whatever they want.”
  14. Philippians 4:8, 9 addresses external behaviorism.
  15. In the very early stages of CBT, ‘objectivity’ by the counselor is not needed.
  16. One’s ‘worldview’ influences how we
  17. Religious and spiritual involvement in studies across cultures, found impact in
  18. Interventions that integrate spirituality may be important to highly religious clients for
  19. Psalm 119: 97-104 addresses the value of adhering to God’s word.
  20. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a psychological treatment that addresses the interactions between how we
  21. Historically, the pursuit of ___________ __________ of human biological traits, led to the concept of what is “normal” and what is “deviant.”
  22. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law in 1996.
  23. The ‘Reasonable Accommodations’ mandate in the ADA was written into the law to primarily address the needs of the employer.
  24. All secular counselors find integrating spirituality into therapy antithetical to ethical practice.
  25. According to some, CBT is the integration of ‘___________’ and ‘____________.’
  26. ___________ implants for individuals who are deaf, improve the individual’s speech perception and oral communications. Paradoxically, some in the deaf community refuse them.
  27. Which of these were the first to incorporate cognitive constructs with behavioral theory?
  28. The criteria most often used to diagnose psychiatric disorders are found in the DSM-5.
  29. The past cannot be changed. But the way we think about the past, present, and future can be.
  30. In CBT, what we do (Our behaviors) does NOT affect how we feel and think.
  31. CBT is often thought of as
  32. “Assistive Technology” helps people with disabilities to maintain, increase or improve their functional capabilities. It commonly refers to
  33. What was the name of the ‘rich man’ in the story of Luke 16:19, 20?
  34. Disability as part of the human condition
  35. According to the notes, the development of Disability Identity constructs has lagged behind those for other related statuses, such as
  36. ‘Normalcy’ is often defined by those who are
  37. In CBT, once treatment goals are set, treatment techniques should then be developed.
  38. In the notes, Transitional Issues refers to the transition from school to working life for an adolescent with a disability. This process is thought of as
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