b. B. F. Skinner and Joseph Wolpe. c. Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung. d. Aaron Beck and Albert Ellis. ANS: B PTS: 1 REF: Behavior Therapies OBJ: 16.8 KEY: Critical Thinking 95. According to behavior therapists, pathological behaviors
956 96. Therapists who tend to see symptoms as the problem rather than as signs of more internal, underlying problems are 97. Which of the following assumptions is LEAST likely to be made by a behavioral therapist? 98. "What has been learned can be unlearned" is a central assumption of a. insight therapy. b. group therapy. c. behavior therapy. d. biomedical therapy. ANS: C PTS: 1 REF: Behavior Therapies OBJ: 16.8 KEY: Factual99. The principles of classical and operant conditioning and observational learning are used by 100. Joseph Wolpe launched behavior therapy in 1958 with his description of 101. Systematic desensitization is a technique based on
957 102. Viewing a phobia for snakes in classical conditioning terms, the snake is ____ and the fear is ____. a. an unconditioned stimulus; a conditioned response b. an unconditioned stimulus; an unconditioned response c. a conditioned stimulus; a conditioned response d. a conditioned stimulus; an unconditioned response ANS: C PTS: 1 REF: Behavior Therapies OBJ: 16.8 KEY: Concept/Applied 103. When Brett was only six years old, his older sister hid in his closet, then unexpectedly jumped out and scared him when he came into his dark bedroom. As an adult, Brett is still terrified of the dark. Based on principles of classical conditioning, Brett's current fear of the dark is
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