PSYC 420 Quiz Colonialists

PSYC 420 Quiz: Colonialists and Neutral Parties

  1. Which of the following is a Colonialist position?
  2. Which model tries to claim foreign land under their flag, as mentioned in the text?
  3. There are two versions of the Neutral Parties model. The _______________ version emphasizes the distinct nature of each discipline, and the _________________ version emphasizes the similarities.
  4. Which model views psychology and theology as legitimate, separate disciplines, but holds that theology is superior?
  5. Rebuilders remind us that psychology was considered part of _________ before its emergence as a separate discipline in the late 1800s.
  6. According to one model, psychology and Christian faith are legitimate disciplines that should always be kept separate, but at the same time are headed in the same direction. Which model matches this description?
  7. Which of the following is not a position held by Christian psychology?
  8. According to Myers, the elemental levels are limited in that they cannot
  9. Those from the Rebuilders perspective have a ________ definition of psychology than most social scientists would embrace.
  10. Entwistle offers what critique of the Neutral Parties model?
  11. The Rebuilders’ broad definition of psychology means that psychology
  12. Ruth is a licensed marriage and family therapist. She’s a religious person, and she highly values religion and spirituality. She believes that the rules for science are at odds with the rules for religion, so she lives her life in two “communities.” She would be called
  13. Pastor Dwight sees some potential valuable concepts in psychology. Rather than taking time to learn how psychological research is done, however, he takes the results of psychological research that he thinks might be valuable to his congregation. Pastor Dwight is a proponent of which model?
  14. Which of the following is a critique of Biblical Counseling?
  15. Psychological neutrality means that
  16. Which of the following is a potential shortcoming of the Christian psychology perspective?
  17. would be more likely to define psychology as “the study of human beings,” while would be more likely to define psychology as “the scientific study of behavior and mental processes.”
  18. In the Colonialist model, how is the relationship between theology and psychology viewed?
  19. Rebuilding psychology on a Christian foundation is the key in the ___________ perspective.
  20. Where does soul care belong, according to the Biblical Counseling perspective?
  21. Christian psychology could be described as a mix between
  22. Which model shares elements of both Colonialism and Allies?
  23. In one model, Christians see potential value in some psychological concepts, but psychology is foreign soil. Rather than learning to work that new soil, they plunder the resources of the foreign land. Which model best fits this description?
  24. Most of the writing that comes out of the Colonialist stance
  25. Psychologically committed espionage occurs when a person who has a primary commitment to the field of theology becomes interested in appropriating psychological contributions to psychological or physical health.
  26. Which of the following holds an instrumental view of Christianity, ignoring revelation and soteriology?
  27. Entwistle compares psychological neutrality to what other position in a different model, where a person lacks a commitment to Christian orthodoxy?
  28. Which of the following is NOT a key idea within Biblical Counseling?
  29. What metaphor does Entwistle employ to describe the Neutral Parties model?
  30. The major example of Colonialism today is
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