ANS spontaneous remission PTS 1 DIF Difficult REF Psychoanalysis The Talking

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ANS:spontaneous remissionPTS:1DIF:DifficultREF:Psychoanalysis-The Talking CureOBJ:13.2.4KEY:FactMSC:* (New Question)6.Helping to guide clients to a deeper understanding of the origins of their thoughts, emotions, and behaviors is the goal of psychodynamic and humanistic therapies, both of which are considered __________ therapies.ANS: insightPTS:1DIF:ModerateREF:Psychotherapy-Let Me Count the WaysOBJ:13.3.2KEY:ConceptMSC:* (New Question)7.Clients assume responsibility for solving their own problems, while the therapist assists, but does not guide or give advice in therapies that are considered __________.ANS: nondirectivePTS:1DIF:ModerateREF:Psychotherapy-Let Me Count the WaysOBJ:13.3.2KEY: Fact8.In client-centered therapy, the process of rephrasing or repeating thoughts and feelings expressed by clients so they can become aware of what they are saying is known as __________.ANS: reflectionPTS:1DIF:ModerateREF:Humanistic Therapies-Restoring Human PotentialOBJ:13.4.2KEY:FactMSC:* (New Question)9.Therapies that tend to focus on issues of death, freedom, isolation, and meaninglessness would be classified as __________ therapies.179
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ANS: existentialPTS:1DIF:ModerateREF:Humanistic Therapies-Restoring Human PotentialOBJ:13.4.3KEY: Concept10.Lee Ann’s psychotherapist draws attention to Lee Ann’s posture, voice, and gestures in order to help Lee Ann to become fully aware of her feelings so she can “take care of unfinished business.” Lee Ann’s therapist is most likely a(n) __________ psychotherapist.ANS: GestaltPTS:1DIF:DifficultREF:Humanistic Therapies-Restoring Human PotentialOBJ:13.4.4KEY: Application11.Although Micah made a good grade on her psychology test, received a pay raise at her part-time job, and had her car repaired for very little money, she dwells on the rebuff of a friend. According to Aaron Beck, Micah is illustrating the cognitive distortion known as __________.ANS:selective perceptionPTS:1DIF:DifficultREF:Cognitive Therapy-Think Positive!OBJ:13.5.2KEY:ApplicationMSC:* (New Question)12.Rational-emotive behavior therapy was developed by Psychologist __________.ANS:EllisAlbert EllisPTS:1DIF:DifficultREF:Cognitive Therapy-Think Positive!OBJ:13.5.3KEY:FactMSC:* (New Question)13.The use of classical or operant conditioning to directly alter human responses is known as _________.ANS:behavior modificationapplied behavior analysisPTS:1DIF:ModerateREF:Behavior Therapies Based on Classical Conditioning-Healing by LearningOBJ:13.6.1KEY:FactMSC:* (New Question)14.An approach that utilizes classical conditioning in helping individuals suppress an undesirable response by associating it with uncomfortable stimuli is called __________ therapy.ANS: aversion180
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PTS:1DIF:DifficultREF:Behavior Therapies Based on Classical Conditioning-Healing by LearningOBJ:13.6.2KEY: Fact15.Gradually approaching a feared stimulus while maintaining relaxation describes the therapy technique known as __________.
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