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1. The empirical keying approach to making a test like the MMPI involves a. subjective scoring of test items to assign items to different groups. b. the creation of ambiguous stimuli where there are many possible responses. c. picking items that differentiate between different groups, no subjective judgment is needed. d. using theoretically based concepts to develop questions for different groups. 2. The need for rapport between a clinician and a client means a. that the clinician and the client must feel friendly toward each other. b. that someone who is court ordered will be an easy client. c. clients don't need to be given any feedback about their test performance. d. the client must feel comfortable with the clinician and the assessment. 3. Which of the following is an example of a symptom? a. The client's hands would not stop shaking. b. The client reported hearing voices. c. A large lesion was visible on the CAT scan. d. Her children reported that she had not been sleeping well. 4. Which of the following is considered to be the most reliable life event approach? a. The Life Event and Difficulty Schedule b. The Social Readjustment Rating Scale c. The Impact of Events Scale d. The Social Events Scale 5. Which of the following is an objective test? a. Rorschach Test b. Thematic Apperception Test c. Sentence-Completion Test d. MMPI-2 6. In what way do the responses of soldiers who were most physically wounded differ from the non-wounded in developing combat stress? a.
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