Chapter 9 Sample Test - Chapter 9 Sample Test 1 Elwood goes...

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Chapter 9 Sample Test 1. Elwood goes to his therapist to get treatment for his severe depression. His therapist has him lie on a couch in a slightly darkened room and talk about anything that comes to mind. This process of discussing whatever comes to mind is called ______. A) transference B) free association C) catharsis D) reaction formation 2. In psychoanalysis, the tendency to block free expression of impulses and primitive ideas is called ______. 3. Freud believed that dreams were made up of unconscious urges that were expressed as a form of ______. 4. Because of the focus of modern psychoanalysis, many modern psychoanalysts are called ______. 5. Client-centered therapy is ______, and Gestalt therapy is ______. A) nondirective, nondirective B) directive, nondirective C) nondirective, directive D) directive, directive
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