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Psychology in Action

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T EXT E NRICHMENT Page Chapter Outline 458 Learning Objectives 459 Chapter Summary/Lecture Organizer 460 Teaching Resources 464 Lecture Lead-Ins 465 Lecture Extenders 466 Key Terms 468 Discussion Questions 469 Web Sites 470 Suggested Films and Videos 471 Books for Success 472 DEMONSTRATIONS, EXERCISES, PROJECTS Active Learning Activities 473 Brain-Based Learning Activities 476 Critical Thinking Exercises 478 Gender and Cultural Diversity Activity 482 Writing Project 483 Instructor's Resource Guide                               Chapter 15                                         Page  201         C HAPTER 15 PSYCHOTHERAPY
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O utline Insight Therapies Psychoanalysis/Psychodynamic Therapies Cognitive Therapies Humanistic Therapies Group, and Family, and Marital Therapies Critical Thinking/Active Learning Hunting for Good Therapy Films Behavior Therapies Classical Conditioning Techniques Operant Conditioning Techniques Observational Learning Techniques Evaluating Behavior Therapies Biomedical Therapies Psychopharmacology Electroconvulsive Therapy and Psychosurgery Evaluating Biomedical Therapies Therapy and Critical Thinking Therapy Essentials Psychology at Work Careers in Mental Health Research Highlight Mental Health and the Family-PTSD Gender and Cultural Diversity Similarities and Differences Institutionalization Evaluating and Finding Therapy Psychology at Work Non Professional Therapy-Talking to the Depressed Instructor's Resource Guide                               Chapter 15                                         Page  202
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  L earning O bjectives Upon completion of CHAPTER 15, the student should be able to: 15.1 Discuss potential problems with media portrayals of therapy, four common myths about therapy, and its three general approaches. (p. 508) 15.2 Discuss psychotherapy and insight therapy. (p. 510) 15.3 Define psychoanalysis, and describe its five major methods. (p. 510) 15.4 What are the two major criticisms of psychoanalysis? (p. 512) 15.5 Differentiate between psychoanalysis and psychodynamic therapy. (p. 512) 15.6 Discuss cognitive therapy, self-talk, cognitive restructuring, and cognitive-behavior therapy. (p. 514) 15.7 What is the general goal of Ellis’s rational-emotive behavior therapy (REBT)? (p. 514) 15.8 Describe Beck’s cognitive therapy. (p. 515) 15.9 What are the chief successes and criticisms of cognitive therapy? (p. 518) 15.10 Define humanistic therapy, and describe Roger’s client-centered therapy. (p. 518) 15.11 What are the key criticisms of humanistic therapy? (p. 519) 15.12 Discuss group, self-help, family, and marital therapies. (p. 521) 15.13 What is behavior therapy? (p. 524) 15.14 Describe how classical conditioning, operant conditioning, and observational learning are used in behavior therapy. (p. 524) 15.15 What are the key successes and criticisms of behavior therapy? (p. 527) 15.16 Define biomedical therapy. (p. 528) 15.17 Discuss psychopharmacology, electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), and psychosurgery. (p.
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