SOWK 260 Exam 2

SOWK 260 Exam 2 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. According to chapter six, which of the following is/are an obstacle(s) to reaching parents and family when attempting to get adolescents into counseling for drug problems?
  2. Which of the following factors is directly related to the recovery of adult children of alcoholics?
  3. Which of the following affect-shame binds results in rage?
  4. The adult children of alcoholics (ACA) movement was extremely popular and was helpful for many adults. However, Stephanie Brown cautioned that:
  5. Tim Cermak (1984) compared growing up in an alcoholic family as analogous to _____.
  6. In the context of a child growing up in an alcoholic home and its association with post-traumatic stress disorder, survivor guilt can be evidenced by:
  7. Identify the true statement about people suffering from abandonment depression.
  8. Identify the factor described by John Gottman in his description of “the four horsemen of the apocalypse of marriages.”
  9. In the context of family system variables as described by Barnes, _____ is defined as the emotional bonding of family members toward each other.
  10. As discussed in this chapter, families in the anger stage experience all of the following EXCEPT:
  11. “We have rules, but we don’t enforce them” is an example of a(n):
  12. In the context of family system variables as described by Barnes, _____ is the family members’ ability to alter family roles and rituals in response to situational stress.
  13. Which family system described in chapter five characterizes the family value as maintaining an illusion of normalcy, despite significant physical, emotional, and interpersonal problems of the family?
  14. Which of the following is a behavioral characteristic of adult children of alcoholics (ACA)?
  15. According to Carol Kempher, which of the following factors contributes to parental imbalance?
  16. According to Minuchin, which of the following types of boundaries are characteristic of imbalanced families?
  17. Which of the following is one of the major forms of boundary inadequacy according to Coleman and Colgan?
  18. According to chapter seven, it is estimated that there are:
  19. The healthy style of functional communication as described by Virginia Satir is _____.
  20. Boss and Greenberg (1984) use the term _____ for confusion in family members’ perceptions of who is in and out of the family and who is performing various family roles and tasks.
  21. Which of the following is the element described by Masterson (1976) that may produce separation stress in children?
  22. Which of the following styles of enabling behavior has been described by Charles Nelson (1988)?
  23. According to chapter six, which of the following happens when shame is attached to a feeling?
  24. Abandonment depression, as defined by Masterson, is an affective (feeling) disorder with six key elements, one of which is:
  25. As described by Sharon Wegscheider-Cruse, which of the following does the survival roles in an alcoholic family include?
  26. Which of the following is true of the denial stage in imbalanced family systems?
  27. The expression _____ refers to an alcoholic/addict who is abstaining from alcohol/drug use but either is unaware of other behavioral, personality, and relationship problems or is choosing not to address these maladaptive behaviors.
  28. The ultimate goal of teaching compassion is to:
  29. Which of the following styles of enabling behavior includes trying to buy things in an attempt to divert the addict from drug use?
  30. Which of the following behavioral characteristics did Robert Ackerman (1978) identify with children of alcoholics?
  31. Merle Fossum and Marilyn Mason defined shame as:
  32. A dysfunctional family system as described by Virginia Satir uses the metaphor of:
  33. Which of the following is true of rigid family systems?
  34. Which of the following is an example of bargaining used by alcoholic/addicted family members?
  35. Denial of feelings is common in alcoholic families. Which of the following factors as reported by Howard Clinebell (1985) produces damage in the lives of children of alcoholics?
  36. As per Colman and Cogan’s work on intimacy dysfunction, which of the following behaviors is associated with overattachment?
  37. Which of the following is the thought of someone who is “overseparated”?
  38. Which of the following was suggested by Richard Fields?
  39. At the _____ stage of the recovery process of an alcoholic/addict in a family, family members rarely acknowledge that something is wrong.
  40. Haley defined _____ as at least two adults involved in an offspring’s problem, where the parent-child dyad is pitted against a more peripheral parent, stepparent, or grandparent.
  41. According to Cermak (1984), which of the following behaviors do disengaged adult children of alcoholics (ACAs) in interpersonal relationships exhibit?
  42. Children growing up in alcoholic families typically do not have the opportunity to do grief work. Which of the following analogies does Fields use in describing this process?
  43. Which of the following is not a stage in the family’s adjustment to dealing with substance-abuse problems?
  44. Codependent partners are often engaged in a “dance” with their alcoholic/addict partners. Which of the following is one of the common features of the codependent dances performed by these couples?
  45. Which of the following is a characteristic of a shameful experience?
  46. Adult children of alcoholics (ACAs) often experience impairment in interpersonal and social skills due to an extreme sensitivity to rejection. Which of the following is a diagnostic category recently associated with ACA?
  47. Who first coined the term “dysfunctional” family?
  48. Which of the following curative factors as described by Irvin D.Yalom makes group psychotherapy an effective process?
  49. According to Fossum and Mason, which of the following is most likely to be agreed upon by individuals from shame-based family systems?
  50. Which of the following metaphors did Timmen Cermak use to describe codependency?

Set 2

  1. Denial of feelings is common in alcoholic families. Which of the following factors as reported by Howard Clinebell (1985) produces damage in the lives of children of alcoholics?
  2. The expression _____ refers to an alcoholic/addict who is abstaining from alcohol/drug use but either is unaware of other behavioral, personality, and relationship problems or is choosing not to address these maladaptive behaviors.
  3. Identify the factor described by John Gottman in his description of “the four horsemen of the apocalypse of marriages.”
  4. Who first coined the term “dysfunctional” family?
  5. Which of the following is not a stage in the family’s adjustment to dealing with substance-abuse problems?
  6. Which of the following is true of rigid family systems?
  7. As described by Sharon Wegscheider-Cruse, which of the following does the survival roles in an alcoholic family include?
  8. Merle Fossum and Marilyn Mason defined shame as:
  9. A dysfunctional family system as described by Virginia Satir uses the metaphor of:
  10. The adult children of alcoholics (ACA) movement took root in the _____.
  11. Abandonment depression, as defined by Masterson, is an affective (feeling) disorder with six key elements, one of which is:
  12. Which of the following is a characteristic of supportive parents?
  13. Children growing up in alcoholic families typically do not have the opportunity to do grief work. Which of the following analogies does Fields use in describing this process?
  14. Which of the following is the element described by Masterson (1976) that may produce separation stress in children?
  15. Which of the following is an example of bargaining used by alcoholic/addicted family members?
  16. Which family system described in chapter five characterizes the family value as maintaining an illusion of normalcy, despite significant physical, emotional, and interpersonal problems of the family?
  17. The ultimate goal of teaching compassion is to:
  18. According to Cermak (1984), which of the following behaviors do disengaged adult children of alcoholics (ACAs) in interpersonal relationships exhibit?
  19. At the _____ stage of the recovery process of an alcoholic/addict in a family, family members rarely acknowledge that something is wrong.
  20. Codependent partners are often engaged in a “dance” with their alcoholic/addict partners. Which of the following is one of the common features of the codependent dances performed by these couples?
  21. Which of the following is the thought of someone who is “overseparated”?
  22. Tim Cermak (1984) compared growing up in an alcoholic family as analogous to _____.
  23. Which of the following behavioral characteristics did Robert Ackerman (1978) identify with children of alcoholics?
  24. Which of the following was suggested by Richard Fields?
  25. Which of the following factors is directly related to the recovery of adult children of alcoholics?
  26. According to chapter six, which of the following happens when shame is attached to a feeling?
  27. Boss and Greenberg (1984) use the term _____ for confusion in family members’ perceptions of who is in and out of the family and who is performing various family roles and tasks.
  28. As discussed in this chapter, families in the anger stage experience all of the following EXCEPT:
  29. According to chapter six, which of the following is/are an obstacle(s) to reaching parents and family when attempting to get adolescents into counseling for drug problems?
  30. Which of the following is one of the major forms of boundary inadequacy according to Coleman and Colgan?
  31. Which of the following curative factors as described by Irvin D.Yalom makes group psychotherapy an effective process?
  32. Which of the following affect-shame binds results in rage?
  33. The adult children of alcoholics (ACA) movement was extremely popular and was helpful for many adults. However, Stephanie Brown cautioned that:
  34. Which of the following metaphors did Timmen Cermak use to describe codependency?
  35. According to Minuchin, which of the following types of boundaries are characteristic of imbalanced families?
  36. “We have rules, but we don’t enforce them” is an example of a(n):
  37. In the context of a child growing up in an alcoholic home and its association with post-traumatic stress disorder, survivor guilt can be evidenced by:
  38. According to Carol Kempher, which of the following factors contributes to parental imbalance?
  39. As per Colman and Cogan’s work on intimacy dysfunction, which of the following behaviors is associated with overattachment?
  40. Adult children of alcoholics (ACAs) often experience impairment in interpersonal and social skills due to an extreme sensitivity to rejection. Which of the following is a diagnostic category recently associated with ACA?
  41. Which of the following styles of enabling behavior has been described by Charles Nelson (1988)?
  42. According to Fossum and Mason, which of the following is most likely to be agreed upon by individuals from shame-based family systems?
  43. Which of the following styles of enabling behavior includes trying to buy things in an attempt to divert the addict from drug use?
  44. In the context of family system variables as described by Barnes, _____ is defined as the emotional bonding of family members toward each other.
  45. In the context of family system variables as described by Barnes, _____ is the family members’ ability to alter family roles and rituals in response to situational stress.
  46. According to chapter seven, it is estimated that there are:
  47. Which of the following is true of the denial stage in imbalanced family systems?
  48. Which of the following is a characteristic of a shameful experience?
  49. The healthy style of functional communication as described by Virginia Satir is _____.
  50. Which of the following is a behavioral characteristic of adult children of alcoholics (ACA)?
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