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AP Psychology Therapy  Study Guide (Chapter 16) Due Date (In Class):  April 11, 2007 Deadline (In Class):   April 13, 2007 20 possible points Name ___     Kristina  Dutcher     ____     Period ___2___
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    Vocabulary – Briefly define each term on a separate sheet of paper and                            staple  it to the end of the packet. Psychotherapy token economy Eclectic approach cognitive therapy Psychoanalysis cognitive-behavior therapy Resistance family therapy Interpretation regression toward the mean Transference meta-analysis Client-centered therapy psychopharmacology Active listening lithium Behavior therapy electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) Counterconditioning psychosurgery Systematic desensitization lobotomy Aversive conditioning Briefly answer each of the following questions. I. The Psychological Therapies Q. What are the aims and methods of psychoanalysis and psychodynamic therapy? Those influenced by the psychoanalytic perspective try to help people gain insight into unconscious origins of their  disorders and to work through the accompanying feelings. To do so, a therapist may draw on techniques such as free association  and dream analysis, and interpret resistance and the transference to the therapist pf long-repressed feelings. Traditional  psychoanalysis, which is no longer practiced widely, is criticized for assuming repression, for after-the-fact interpretations, and  for being time-consuming and costly. The more common psychodynamic therapy is influenced by the psychoanalytic perspective’s  concern for providing insight into childhood experience and defense mechanisms. But offers a briefer treatment form and often  incorporates other techniques into the therapy sessions. Q. What are the basic themes of humanistic therapy, such as Roger’s person-centered approach? Unlike psychoanalysts, humanistic therapists focus on clients’ current conscious feelings and on their taking  responsibility for their own growth. Rogers, in his client-centered therapy, used active listening to express genuineness,  acceptance, and empathy. Q.
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