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18. Which of the following behaviors is not displayed by the therapist during client-centered therapy, according to Carl Rogers? a. Empathy b. Unconditional positive regard c. Client advocacy d. Genuineness e. Reflective speech _C_ 19. The most prevalent (i.e., common) class of psychological disorders in the US is:
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20. Match each disorder below to its description by placing the letter in front of the description in the space beside the disorder. _B_ Phobia a. An eating disorder that involves the _E_ Antisocial Personality Disorder relentless pursuit of thinness through _D_ Dissociative Identity Disorder starvation. _G_ Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder b. An intense, irrational fear of a _C_ ADHD specific object or situation. _F_ Bipolar Disorder c. A common childhood condition in _A_ Anorexia Nervosa which individuals (usually boys) display inattention, impulsiveness, and a high level of activity. d. A disorder in which a person displays characteristics of two or more distinct personalities. e. A disorder in which individuals show no regard for the moral and ethical rules of society or the rights of others, among other things. f. A disorder in which individuals alternate between periods of euphoria/mania and periods of depression. g. A disorder characterized by persistent, unwanted thoughts/ideas and/or irresistible urges to repeatedly carry out strange/unreasonable acts. _B_ 21. The ______ approach combines techniques from a number of different therapies based on the provider's judgment of which methods will provide the greatest benefit to the patient.
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22. The work of David Rosenhan, illustrates the extremely imprecise and subjective nature of assessing/diagnosing "abnormal" behavior and
highlights how the expectations and biases of mental health “professionals” can influence their diagnoses as well as their interactions with/treatment of patients.
_A_ 23. Humans are social animals and interactions/relationships with other people are an important determinant of our psychological well-being. a. True b. False
_C_ 24. A(n) ______ is an evaluation of a person, behavior, belief, or concept. It contains a cognitive and an emotional component, and may or may not include a behavioral component.
_D_

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