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Unformatted text preview: __._._-- {Fffifi '. (ah-rflldflf Preetiee Test 4 Part1: Testing and Permualj'ly Them-1!.r I'Hultiple Choice Mentifi the latter oft-or confer rhor oer: errit't'l-t“: rim .it'rn't'mem' or are-um, tire question. I. The Rorschach 1-351 and the Therttettil.‘ Appemeplinn TL‘fil {TAT} are I'KJIJI examples of a. aptitude losers . pnfleelive [Hots c. seli'ureport int-criterion cL .itch'ie't'ernent Lents; 2. in psychological lfl-HL'lllg the must eppmpriale synonym for reliability would he a. comprehensiveness (Bf consistency Ir c. accuracy d. validity 3. Dr. Tremble} has had 1? students repeat his advanced Calculus class over the port [ll-‘6 genre. Each time. on: majeut‘s grade for the second amunpt in the course was neatly identical to the grade received on the final attempt. This leads Dr. 'l'retttinlrg-I to conclude that his testing procedures, 21. prufide valid t'rreuhures of student ability III. are well slmlllttrdimd |'_'. xtlcettirtf'lllly "leisure abut—dc: reasoning skills .Fdr' provide reliable IliB-flfiUl'fl-S of smdent ability 4. ||'|.'-iI1'I][III:'lF.i who arr. ETE‘iITll'l-g t'.|.'|.|isrmn'| «manila ahnlllrl hr: fifiilflib‘ eonmmcrl with a. emotion-related validity h. eonfitnbct validity ‘5:m eorttertt 't-"aJieliti.r I1 test-retest reliability .‘i. A me that can be used to tateettrtttt'lj.r estimate future perforrmtttee in a given area is said to have high a. content validity b. test-retest reliability c. test mn‘l‘lfi ___£l..-* criterion-related validity o. 'I'welve-yenr old Rita received art it; score of 7‘5 ott the original Slmfflnj-Bilflfl intelligent-e lent. lIer menu] age wouldhc (if! a; __ ."'| 1:. I6 . " '. ‘__- -\ ' .-_. ['2 5; J13 3. .-,', d. impossible to determine without more information T". When Jocnl't was. five he. was. l'l-III'I'LDd qnlto. horn}- while. he. was playmg in theI kitchen. Jacob is new EU years, old, and [to has no memory ot'the accident or the hospital mgr. When his patients tall: to him about it he is. coawirteed [hey are L'tJrrl'Ilsetl Hntl Ihat Ihe iLtZIJitl-Enl I'.|'|LL'1'I have happened In tithe Hr hi5 bred hen-t. According to lit-tutti, the memory of the accident is. in Jacob's o. preetuttssciuux “be unconscious L". Cllllilhtluufi Ii. HIJbCDI'LSCIDLL‘S 3. Arena-ding In thtrl, the id is the {Hmiim ofnllrpemmulily il'tal it. operates according to the realit}I principle and make; decisions b. itwtrrpomtete. social sundae-do ol'r'tght tLLtd “Tom In!” humans Law biological LLTgnn and 0|JEI'EIIES murrdjng 111 th: pleasure windy-1:: d. hL‘ILL‘itb TI'IHIE'I'iHI Which is no: ii! runtnl uwnmncss, m1twhich can Eu: :luily m-Trigvefi ‘3. Recording t0 Freud, 1hr: portion Elfour pemuna'lity which seeks to delay gmlifirminn unril appmprjzm- uLllIulE-i and siEuflEI-Lllls can he FnLrnd is the 21. Eli: mummscinus- b. Ila: id t. the: .Icul'firego if, that ego _ “3'- R‘fl-Wi WAS “THERE HlHH‘IS'. mm! standards. {Iowan-tr. whenever hr. faits tn tin: up Ln 1h: high grandmas. la.- mu. fiZrJ' himself. Rulancl I'nxrrrnns nvcrwhclnml L13.- Ectlingt; nF guilt and mmiel}: Freud wnurd mas: likely 34.13%: the: Rnlnnd's peraunnliLy 1'5 dominaitd by a. l't'uangs :JI' incnngnm nee If” his glue-a ugh It. hi}. id :3. his Ego _ I |. Than-um hates his bums. Tn dritl with th: majefiy IJI' wurking Formula-1m: ha: djsiikm. jnltnncly ilnnnmn has convinced himself than hi5 hue-:5 can't stand him. and Elsa]: hi5 Imus. Immiy gives Dunamn at! the had fififilgl'll'l‘lfi‘aflb‘ Ln IJ-n: company. Accord ing 1|} Freud. Dunn-run may Ix. 'l'lflCUl'lSlfiflLL'iij' drawing with the anxiety CflLthd by his feelingn mwanl hit: hm: by using [in- diff-C115: rruxhanism of“ a. min-n flarn'lalirrn JR?“ prujccuon c. disphcclmnl d. denial 3? Rmiunulimtirm I5- Eli-€13.1llst' Iafliumlsrn in wh [ch ’31] [4'1ch but plmlsibie excuscs an: Errand to justify unacceptablr. brhuviur l1. dislmjng 'Iilflughls and {culing'i an: buried in the uncmmciuus c. an individual mum-urns 1U immanurc palm-n of bdlmx'inr {L :1 {arson net-um: tn Fm up Tn Ilnplcnsami wading: _ 13- The: dcftnrir.‘ mhanisut than it- al wm‘k when a person dim-ens tnbulin‘nad Fuclings [such as mtgua'j [mm rhcir original SHIRT. To :1 Suhslitut: target is u. pmjtction h. [Icnral L'. react-inn fommliun ,fl' disglflccmtlll 14. According, to Frau-d, L11: handling nf' a :h'dd's feeding uptrimccn in crucial to- suhwquunl dm'flnprmm during the a. nnnl stage h. phallic stag: ma] mag: 1'1. 121mm}- range 15. Garth hnsjusI Lurnud flair. and 11:: has stam'ng acting, will]: humility toward LLLI: I'mhL-r. A: II'Ir! nnrnc: rirnc'. he wants his mutiatfn undivided atmlltiun all the lint. According to {Jr-curd1 521.11}: would currently be in fl]: 3. ppniml stage Inf parsing-13551}- dcvclnpmcn'r I1. Iatrrncy smug ufpenmalily 1k:ueln11rnent 1.9:" pthJ'w stag: nF pnmnnlniy dm’clopmem 11. final stage ul‘ pctsnnalirj dcx‘clnprmnl '5. In Skinner's vim-r. [gunned-Er}: 'i.l: a. a perluL'L nf uncnnnciws motivation and wuflict ’31? a L'flnfl'CTifl'fl of rang-ans: :m-mnclcn Ihnt an: rim :0 DEE-3 minl'urccrnrnt hifitmy L'- the result. of DIJFILT'n-‘Ell'ifinfll [warning and role. aim-deli; r1. a [martial of mama] biological [inn-cases I‘I. I'ir. Que heEim-os that catty chiliihnmi EDEIEIEL‘iEiICBS have no more influnnuo on WEI-[If than later extmnntmen have, and i'J'll: thinks.- Lita; our pamnaiity it airttpiy a coflection ofrt'spnnra: ttndrntica that have been Innrnm‘l and are fintlfied in different fiiluationi Elf, (2113‘s vjcwn Tntiiil clusuiy mirror timse Of a. Sigfl'mtnzl Hand h. Carl Rogers: I.” 13.1". Skinrlnt d. Sidney Shcidnn :8. Max is a 3:11}- pcraon who scidon-t mialimlt with utitor pauplc. H: has Fmrnd that. if he kin-ens II:- himscif ht: midnm that; anximtfi on won-icd ahmtl what other people might but: thinking. Based on principles ol'opctant conditioning. Alex's. shyness is mom tiitoiy .1 msuit of a. positive rainfomcrnnnr I'r. punishment 2.o-c’ mgmiw minl'ummem I d. extinction 19, Earn i5 adinhnnonl indiyidual who has a tendency tti line. She has found that Wilt?“ Shit: HES flu: is finally able to gfl what Slit: wants from titlitr poo-ole. Based on [fl'iil'lL'iPiL'fi “intact-ant. t‘atiltlilitiuning1 the difihtlnt'il 35911 Of Sam's [:ponrsottalitjg.r is most likely a result. of a. tmgativo reinforcnn‘lnm b. punishmant :. extinction . pnsil'rtn: nrin I'tJrL'clltettt 2t]. Kutnl'tt used to be a fairlyr gent-trims; indi't'idutfl. but it set-mod tttut whnnm-tr hr: mid loan money to our. of hire t'fionds ht: was nut-:1- [141;]er Consequently, Kermit is: no hanger a gottct'ous individual. 335m mt pi'lltc'lplct 0‘? opctnnt oomhtto‘ning, Kunnit's lack of goncrnsit'y is most likely a result Elf 6,31" pun'tahrntznr b, positive reinfomtm'tunt c. negative reinfomanaml tl. ttIIinclitJu 2]. The theoretical ottomannn In Immniaiity that amphasizna bums-mi uniuw: potential for pnrsnna'l growth is a. the pay-chodynamic appmarh b. the bolutvinra] ayptflach 1:. tI'H: biotogicat aoptoanh _F’lh‘: hurrratniritit: approach 22. It'your aeif—conoept is reasonably JEEHEHIE. il in said to be yctintmttnt with finality b. incongtucnt with reality o. onm‘litinlml an annoyance Ll. unconditional or- momma: 9.14.. Hn-nrtnr: n-yttnt-oid Elsi: knows that she: has: made norm bad choices at {Elma Emil Thin“: Ehfl'H-‘t-‘r iifl‘r‘fi ENE“ JET into serious trouble on :t numb-or of occasion; HW‘E'L-‘(fl'l 511-: i}: confident that i'lt't' patrmm: low: her. it: spitn of l'lfl' mistakux. 132ml on the Emory dot-clam by Car] Rogers. ljtsic perceives hot yummy affection as :1an an: is hit-.1}- tn dot'nitrp in hur :iLtiF—rtitttxpt. a. conditional; incongmnncu: ,3." umonditional: cnngmcno: t:. onunnditinttnt: incungnmnt't: d, mditimnifinmgruunt‘x 34, According In Cori Rogers‘ when pemmts malt: thuirnfi‘nc‘t'ton uncandilitrnal and Slim? affection lit fllflir L'IIiItJIEtL tinny an: promoting a. thHun'aLiunal learning and idmllificuliun d,.ir."""i:It:nggrui.",|:1;¢u’:. hammn ihcir children's sclfcnnccpl and their actuai L'fiffl'i'icl'lttfi c. incongmeme between die]: children‘s selfeaneept and their acme] experiemcs i]. [he resululimr :11" the Gemini cunfiiel 25. As we: 11mm up in Mailer-”5 neesds hierarchy. The needs that emcee. became fa.” mun: social and less biciugjeai 1:. more m1;J;n1-:nl and 1:55 er'filngrut'lll C. EITIIIIII'L‘ hiuingirul and 1055 xii-rill] :1. men: immmem and 1:35 cungmcm lfi. Auctiriling In Mufitnw, 331ml}: numb: HIIEI'I. at; :11: need I'm knimiudgr, undurxunding, and EHhL'ii-L' beauty will But ham-rm: achx'nmr] 1mri| . the need for 112m: and bclmgingncss. and esteem needs haw: been :ITICL' in. a person‘s new for self-acnlalimtion has been mivatod c. a person deveEDps :1 eengment self-mneepr d. other [remit hegii: lu pn’wifle- LuIL'UrIdilimlai 1m? and murmur: 2?. MERLE-W suggested [hat the citamflerisflm of self-netuelizing individuals include a. lulu] umgmm‘c and a slung :iupcmgu 1.Jaue‘i‘fe31l1'v.'.n.-'-':1'.4:in-1'I. npcnnuem, and ach-Luibienum c. sprinterrcitjr and a haluncc helm-tun polarities in [:mnulily d. dupumlencc n11 tribune-and. a [mail ta hclnng 2.3. Which :JF the flflluwing mmislius is generally :1st ea cstinmlc mliahiihj- and validity? . IJ'IC: cum-:Luliun coefficient 11. the steward deviatinn L'. Ihr: [mmtmikt score. :1. the: mcdinn 2‘9. Wiml kind uf validiu- du mu sueln 2m Llu: SAT and ACT pamieulm'iy strive fear! a. L1Jlill|31II 1miililil}I h. cnnstmct valldty c. nhmlum vaiieliry fir." predictive validity 3-H. UMIT — Tin: uriginai question wuuid Elm-e ClPI'JlehELl peaple. 3 I. lirnfessq: Mean}- hmg been kneuwn m administer exams that haw: {tram qtmstinns an Topics nni' L'nvcrcd in the uuurya. Pruibswi Briefing} Sludt'lillb an: upset a! the [m1 firm his Exams in: so low in a. reliability I'.I. IJrfliicfiw: validiiy 131’ content validity d. cement vaiidilg' 32. In :1 110mm] dismbuticrn elf infnmutinn, Len perm-135 will he: Fuund {eff- iJJ L110: unmet Eli-1.1L?- alialrihtlfifin In. [D the far right in the distribution c. Ln Lhi: [in 1qu in the: difilribuliun d. on both cumin-Ice :11- the diiilrihul'mn 33. Someone attributes L115 thoughts. mfcclingu tn summit“: 25:3: Fn‘r exampit, ulthmgh ill: L'ileLIuJiuzill}I luluuupls ptclpld. he thinks that mhecr prupl-c: itLlnnupl him. What Freudian defense: mehanism is illLLfimatc-fl? a. ratinnuli'flilitm h. reactirm fannntinn . c. rrgtession )Jf' [thrnjccliurl 34_ Altlmugh 051m at an 11mm15cjm1s level hart great hatmtl fur Ctt-ttm. In: REEVES, Ilia! he [IRES Cosmo and, Tn 1hr: uutx'tdr wwid. gives a“ tin.- uppotm'nnre of liking him. Which dtr'anm': mechanism l5 Chum wing? it. mhwssiun Jh‘.’ macrinn fnrrnatinn :3. projection d. mimaafizatim 35. According 1.1::- Ivflschel, what is tht‘. magim' Faclnr that predicts human hulawior? .‘I. chiidJILm-d ELF-driflrll'lli‘. 'i" : 'I . :ip-brifirs ul'ltlé situation a. extravcniinn and intmvmiun d. central and parinhcrat tmirs 315. Which nfrhcr fntlnwing tends tn Urnpi'lzun'tzt: [mm and pemnal growth in its View nf human hchavinr‘?‘ a. the psychoanalytic approach b. the hinicgical approach 1:. Line- behavioral approach ’Af.’ [ht hulmuislic upptmth 3?. guwrdiug i'IJ Ragtts. what cause: imnngalmmt? a. an inheritad sense of item}: M cnnditiuua] H.L'|Il'_'|'.|lH.IIL'-E at affection I: 11ncnm1it'rnnal alccnfiitntt nr uffttliim d. uncnndit'tnncd stimuii fit-L Ila-h hml IJ-u: drain: my]. potential to be a viuflnist but inflame, instead. a trader in lung futures. He dtcldcd. nt'vcr [El much the violin again. What is W Will] llflb. awarding. Tn MRS-10W? . Ht; mffcrfi Frm'n incnngrlflnfle. b. H4: suffcrs from castration amifly. 45. Ht:- has nut mhjcvcnd sciI—amalizmfion. _ d. III: has an mferlmijy complex. 39. Actual-ding In the mythuanaiylit: View. [Iiilrlf iIannTflJIIl lift: choices and GEEK-IDES an: h-‘L‘ifld {311 a. mtinmlity and logic in!” unconsciout urge—s and mechanixrns c. weighing pros and cons Infant's actions bcfizirc hath-'wi n3 ti. tht: (listinclinn i'rlwccii Lin: real mll’and [he '1de SCJf 4I1 Juhn wuu'jm amt his tummy toward aluming an 'rrnnlm .‘in hr: juim 1hr: r‘uimc intiun for 111:: Prcmution of Crumlty lu A nimaJfi. Juim's Inullaviur mu tn: viewed as an example all" martian Funnatiun h. pmjtxlinn c. regression t1. lillifll‘rillii-iflliitll 4 l. The wrmnality meow of CREE lingers is: knnwn .12.- El. thr. GuntuIE ullfimiifill h. mafitl mmpurimn Lhmury c. rationnifilmivc thmry if person-centeted theory Practice Tesl 4 Part I: Testing and Personality Thenr‘y Answer Simian MULTIPLE CHUI'L'E |. B 1. B 3. I} 4. C 5. I} fa. A 1 B 3. C 9. D- Hi. ‘3 IT. H 12. 1". t3. D I4. C Ilia. [I ll}. H IT. C IR. If.‘ I9 I) EU. A 2 E D- 22. A “2.1. H: ”PH-1. P.- 25. A 2E1. A 21". C 23. A 19. [J- 3EJ. {In-nit '3 I . I I '53 .-'I. 33. D 34. B 3:3. B 36. D 31‘. E- 33. C 3‘). I3 4E]. A :1 l. D trio: 4 Part II: Abnormal Pfi'choitgv and ["5jaclmthcrs[isr flt-Tuiu'Fll: {Illoico Irimnj‘} the letter oj'mc choice than! Loot mow-em tit? stti'rt’tmnf 0r MW?” “it! QUE-“1'0?!- 1. Which of tho following is g on esomptc of an anxioty rtisortlcr‘? JAE] bipolar disorder h. panic discs-rim c. obsossive-compuisivodisordor rl. phobic disorder 2. For tho past year Mclvirt has lawn W'nle'ittg constantly about tnirtorthings. Ht: has a chronic, high lot-oi of anxiety and has boon ospcricnci rig dizziness. sweating. and horn patpitaLions. Mcl trio's symptoms arc consistent 1.trith those soon in a. plmhto tlistrrcicr b. panic disorder It!" gcmraiimd anxiety disorder t1. ohsossit-o-compuls'lw disorder 3. A. Pfliodiwrlcr is minim-ti h} :a. mrsistem ttnconlro'lhtbic thoughts i-lelll tho urgc to ongago in senscioss rituals ,Jtr.’ s pcrsistcnt and imltional for}: of objctts or situations that prosotit no real danger c. chronic, high wsicry lct-cls that are not tied to any specific thrusts d. “murmur attacks orouomfltcirning anxiety that occur suofltfl'tly sort uncspoototily 4-. Hard huts catp-ariottood m'omi recurrent 3113th Dr ovemhcln'ting anxiety [MT 0‘3"de suddenly and unospootetiiy'. 5hr, Is. now concerned about lacing in public hocausc 51:“: is tics-or sun: when or whoa-r.- sI-to will tn: ovorcomc by anxiety. In thit- case- Kass is displaying symptoms consistent with #2:” agoraphobia b. olmtstmphohia c. hipuiur disorder :3. nhsussivc-compolsivcdisorder 5_ Ei'befl [11:15 that ht: :ilt't'l Slop thinking about ali tho. gems that could contaminntc. him wit-tn hr: muL'IltES, son-outing. No rntlttcr whorl: ho is. or whuL to: is doing. hc Ei nos he can't stop thinking about possihio contamination. BJttcrt's mucotttrollahlc soil utm-tutterl thoughts illustrate mt: concept of a. i]. compulsion b. a mhtsio‘n for aflflb’éflfifiitm LI. hroutopttohitt G. Aooordmg to cttiolitiso thoorios. sumo pooplo art: mun: likely to suffer from problems with unsicty because they land to it. misinterpret thmatoniw sittultions as hEIJ'flflE-SS h. scloctisoly recall inforhalion that seems Waning ”litmus insttt'ficiont attention on wrooisot'l throats ti. show 51915 of communication attrition: F. For the past month Akiem soorns [U have lost intcrcst in rmst of his nonnai activities“: l'mls constantis giwmzr' and unable. to I'l'lllh.‘ dccisions. Hr: has had difficulty :iiuoping and I): is constantly forigucci. Akiem's syrnpmnts as: most consist-sot with thoso soon in it! rioprcssim: disordcr h. bipniflr disonlor o. gstncruii-rod inflict} disordm' 1:1. a sohizophronic disorder R. D€[Llfiii1nfi int-013': u. perccpttuil dimninns Huui! as. hearing; noncxintrm 'l'L'IICIIfi h. jundiied. WET“: FragJTI-cntcd speech [tall-fins If Mia: brljet's that are maintained even thuugii the}; am: ULII of much with reality d. a fliftlll'itllfliifllfl in mutiue fimcliunhig and [trill-[1:31 can: 9. {ihariuttt- inclinvma that she is a [Emmi'ICT til" thr: Russmn myal t'nmily. and The” hm- Imighbm an: American agents whn want {0 titan-n}- htr. {Thnrltm'a syampmrm m. moat twisistcnl with than: scan in a. Wain-mam h. disorganimmi schiznnhmniit -:. umJifl'etcmiabcd sthiznphmnia fruit-mad schimp—iirenia IU. Chan: Sflmimfis sits Fm- hours in cxlmmelg; rigid Foghorn. At tithe: tin-cs hr dispinyt-d {mutt-xi mum: activity. Chester's sympuims an: :ITIEJE-il mnsistcnl with than: wan in ’2'" catatonic schi'mpiitcnin h. pammr'ul whizophrtniu L'_ undifferentiated schiztuphren'tu ti. disorganwml whizophrrniu | i. Jam hm; alum-st compchui}' withdrawn from all main] interaction-5. What- she talkie ah: is incnlm-cnt. and 5h: nu hanger alt-:mls to hm- nwn pctstinal :arE..Jarlt1'fi symptom: an: mus: Cmfiifiltni with those seen in ' disntmnimd schimphmuifi h. Dammit mhimphtenia c. umlitl'mntinlwd wlmhmtia d. pardnuid schimphmtia 11. Paychnanalytifi it based on the assurnplitm psytthningiuai pmhicmb an: mum-d: 1.1!}- ’45-."- umflSEil‘iflfi cunl‘ticts Ith met from curly childhumi h. inchngrucncu: hut-ween :1 perm-‘5 ficlf—cunrttp‘t and Fatality c. ant-'imnn‘lcntal cunditinnh' that Slrpl'hi‘lrl :Iittladaptii-r huhavion: d. imhaiances amt-mg Leg nctlnitmnsmmitm in tht; tun-in L3. During l'wr. arm-citation. clients: we enumag-gd tn :1. mnaember and Unsuribt‘. The cement 131' any tJIEamti li'Iuy have I'I'.'i.'-::I'Jl1}I had Jr" xtmnammisiy filPl'tSSS their thuughts and [acting with as little cmmhip an: possible c. mint: [L'J their lhm'dpiST in ways that mimic critica'l mlatiuushipfi in the]: lives t1. atria-d3..- mnfmnt in‘aflnnui imiiefs. and I'lt'gal-I'Ii'fl thought: M. [.‘iifi'utti has been in psynhnunaiysis inr fitWF-li. tunnrhs hut Latniy 11:: has and in name (115:5 has fiimply ntiL slim-r1": up fut appoinlmuaits. Ciii'l'tinl's bchm'iur i5 itindcfing thempy. Autumn-lg tn Frcut]. Clifinrrj's helm-iii: may he :viduntae of hC'L‘I'I 1211:: to: mus-.1 of his prxl-illll'llt‘ntfi. [he j'IFDSTI—‘b‘a' [51" his a. inflghl h. incangmntx air, resistance :1 transferencu ifi. Trumaft'ircncr: mitts to n. unconscinux attempts to .‘iLl'iiI'I-‘EET or hindcr fill: thcrapcutic [WEE _ fainting It: It": thcmpifl in ways that mi mic critical mialio-nshil'm in the client's lift c. mscitma attempts tn cmnd therapy DI'ICI'.‘ insigit hut- huun mhwwd :1. active mnirunmtinn ni'irtatin-nai hrliefs anti nugativc: Ihuugiits 15. Modern Hicrdpififi based an i-‘mud'a primipiua :31" pm; htimmiysis an: known colirL-tivciy as a. client-cement! apmimhes tn Ihcrapy h. behavioral apprmches tn [hemp]; c. ffCE-Tungiflg appmauhes to therapy f pfiychndj-‘nmniu approaches 1n mat-411:..- IT. Carl Rngtrs maintained that mnttl Wfllinfli disrrcss is due in . lncnngmcncr: buqu-en a pcrstm's scif—cuncupt and rigidity.r in. mmmscinus conflicts. iati. urn-u: from earl}.- childhuud c. ma-immmutat conditinns that support maladaptive huh-avian d. imbalances arming key nrttirnlrarrsmiltars in that brain 1'3. According to Carl lingers, Hit: three critical Dt'tt'npn‘nL'nIH in thisrapy are a. irwtillgruclicc. IEEIDStiP-‘I'C'I'Ifim idnli I'mifi'tflflm b. franc; association cnrpaLhy'. and rlimcti vi: qutlback - genuinemss, ttncnndiliurml positive mgnrd. and cmpaflty' d_ ciafifimflom uncrmriiriunal prisitlve regard, and satin] reinforcemem I9_ Dr. Quit-nit}; is a p5}-:htilfugrapi5t whn is. nn‘njmnienml and whn communiculus iluflfiSEh' and smunu-uwtiy with her Cljfll'lls. She encruirsgus [henna triJk npunly ahtiut their runccms but 5hr: kL‘t‘l'lt': hur interpretation and ssh-in: in a minimum]. Shir: fctls hcrjrih- is an prniidc fccdtmck that IIEII‘JS- hEI climts sort D‘IJI Ihr.ir uwn feelings. Dr. Quimtty 1,5 rnrisl lillrt:|1tI :1. a psychndwamic thisrupist b. a hehau'iurat thcrspi st c. an unsuccessful psy'c‘httlhtrdpibl in cliunt-certtrrcd therapist Hi. 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