quiz 5 - Score: 1/1 6. As described by Wegsheider-Cruse, a...

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Quiz 5   .   In this chapter, family therapist Carl Whitaker is quoted as describing the family as:    Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback A. A source of negative  dynamics and  dysfunction.      B. a fluid system  seeking homeostasis.      C.  the source of all kinds  of electrical energy,  with positive and  negative voltages. 100%       D.  a wave of feelings  with a low and high  tide.      Score: 1/1    2.   The author of Drugs in Perspective, Richard Fields, makes the case for:    Score: Quiz 5
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Quiz 5 1/1    3.   A dysfunctional family system is described by Virginia Satir, using the metaphor of:    Score: 1/1    4.   An example of a dysfunctional family rule often ascribed to an alcoholic family system is:    Score: 1/1    5.   Quiz 5
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Quiz 5 A style of functional communication described by Satir is: 
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Unformatted text preview: Score: 1/1 6. As described by Wegsheider-Cruse, a child who has this family role is more likely to commit suicide: Score: 1/1 7. According to Charles Nelson's classification of enabling behaviors, behavior that sidesteps the issues is categorized as: Quiz 5 Quiz 5 Score: 1/1 8. Trying to buy things in an attempt to divert the addict from drug use is an example of which enabling behavior: Score: 1/1 9. At the acceptance stage, the family has recognized that they have a problem Student Response True Score: 1/1 Quiz 5 Quiz 5 10. Anger can be expressed as verbal, physical, emotional, and/or sexual threats, abuse, and/or violation. Student Response True Score: 1/1 Quiz 5...
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