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1. Psychological disorders that researchers believe are learned, such as phobias, are most likely to be treated with:psychotherapy p541 2. Helping people gain insight into the unconscious origins of their disorder is a central aim of: psychoanalysis 3. A central therapeutic technique of psychoanalysis is: free association 4. During psychotherapy, Leon would begin to stutter whenever he began discussing personally sensitive thoughts. Sigmund Freud would have been likely to interpret this stuttering as: resistance 5. Transference refers to a client's: transfer to the analyst of emotions linked with other relationships. P542 6. Psychoanalysts are most likely to view patient transference as: p542 7. Psychodynamic therapy is more specific________ than traditional psychoanalysis. 8. Unlike psychoanalytic therapists, humanistic therapists tend to focus on the present and future ________ more than the past________. 9. Carl Rogers encouraged client-centered therapists exhibit genuineness, acceptance, and empathy.to listen without judging or interpreting______ during the process of therapy. P543 10. During a marriage counseling session, the therapist suggests to Mr. and Mrs. Gallo that they each restate their spouse's comments before making their own. The therapist was applying a technique most closely associated with: paraphrasing, active listening. P544- 545 11. In classical conditioning therapies, maladaptive symptoms are usually considered to be: examples of conditioned responses. P545 12. Which of the following exemplifies exposure therapy? P545-546 13.
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