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186.MRI-guided precision surgery is occasionally done to cut the brain circuits involved in severe cases of
187.The least used biomedical intervention for changing behavior is
188.Treating our mind and body as independent entities seems especially inappropriate to those who take a ________ approach to therapy.189.Professor Bensfield emphasizes that recovery from bipolar disorder involves a continuous interplay among patients' physical reactions to mood-stabilizing drugs, their positive expectations that their lives will improve, and the supportive responses of patients' families and friends. The professor's emphasis best illustrates a(n) ________ approach to therapy.
190.In promoting therapeutic lifestyle change, Stephen Ilardi and his colleagues note that human brains and bodies were designed for physical activity and
191.Stephen Ilardi and his colleagues have developed training seminars promoting therapeutic lifestyle change. These seminars
would likely be most effective in helping
192.Identifying and eliminating the socially stressful conditions that contribute to psychological disorders is of most central interest to the advocates of
193.Bolstering parents' and teachers' skills at nurturing children's achievements and resulting self-esteem best illustrates
194.Dr. Judd is convinced that psychological disorders result largely from stressful social situations rather than from disturbances within the individual personality. Dr. Judd's belief is most consistent with the assumptions that underlie the work of
195.The personal strength that enables people to cope with stress and recover from adversity is calledA)resilience.B)individualism.