Exam 1 Questions - 1. Jeffrey's therapist is conducting an...

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1. Jeffrey's therapist is conducting an initial interview with him. The therapist spends a lot of time asking questions about Jeffrey's parents and his early life experiences. Since he seems to view Jeffrey's parents as the "root cause" of his problems, this therapist is most likely oriented toward ____________. Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback A. psychoanalysis B. humanism C. behaviorism D. behavioral genetics Score: 0/0.2 2. Mario has just returned from his third deployment to Iraq. For several months after returning, he is unable to sleep and has difficulty dealing with flashbacks of mortar fire over the compound in which he worked. Using a biopsychosocial model, we might explain his problems as deriving from Score: 0.2/0.2
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3. Dr. Pambros returns Abnormal Psychology exams. Juanita, Kevin, and Morgan all receive grades of "C". Juanita is grateful to have passed. Kevin is devastated. Morgan is mildly disappointed but recognizes that there are three remaining exams that could boost his grade. How would the cognitive model explain the different responses of these students to the same event? Score: 0.2/0.2 4. Trephination as practiced by ancient cultures was a process whereby Score: 0.2/0.2 5.
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Ataque de nervios is a culture-bound syndrome found among Latinos. The notion that social forces play a role with respect to when this type of disorder occurs is supported by the fact that ataque symptoms Score: 0.2/0.2 6. William Tuke, a contemporary of Philippe Pinel, proposed that patients live, work, and relax in a compassionate and religious environment. This philosophy was the foundation for Score: 0.2/0.2 7. Freud and his successor, Carl Jung, had fundamental disagreements about the motivation for behavior. While Freud thought that past events and sexual impulses were important, Jung believed that
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Score: 0.2/0.2 8. "I got a B in the course. I'll never get into graduate school." This statement typifies the cognitive distortion known as Score: 0.2/0.2 9. Behavior therapy focuses on
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Score: 0/0.2 10. Biological scarring, or the process whereby years of living with a disorder causes changes in the brain demonstrates Score: 0/0.2 11. The experience of emotion, the regulation of emotional expression, and basic biological drives are of particular interest in abnormal psychology. These functions are controlled by structures in the ________ system.
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Score: 0.2/0.2 12. The endocrine system regulates bodily systems through Score: 0.2/0.2 13. Cross-sectional and longitudinal studies address questions related to the frequency with which a disorder appears across the life span and how Score: 0.2/0.2 14.
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Select the following characteristic that IS NOT typical of a single-case research design. Score:
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