Teddys counselor must 8 73 As the middle child in the family Ingrid felt her

Teddys counselor must 8 73 as the middle child in the

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Teddy’s counselor must (8) 73. As the middle child in the family, Ingrid felt her older brother “got the breaks” from their mother and father. Her younger sister was “daddy’s girl” and could do no wrong as far as he was concerned. In family counseling, Ingrid was asked to sculpt the family. It is likely that she (3) Had a line of family members with her brother between the parents, sister by father and she a few paces from the line. 74. A ______________occurs when all the members of some set of individuals have an equal chance of being selected. (6) Random sample 75. Occasionally, a counselor may have a conflict of their core value system with the values of a potential or existing client. Which of the following statements is most accurate? (8) 76. There have been many positive steps taken in regard to the LGBT population in recent years. Which of the following statements is NOT true? (2) No states have yet allowed “marriages” between LGBT couples. 77. As Asian American sophomore in high school was referred to the counselor by the teacher. Although her academic work was fine. Minh was usually left out of class activities and social events. The counselor knew that Minh was a first-generation American so early in the counseling session he tried to determine her (3) Level of acculturation 78. A group of individuals completed two assessments devices. The correlation between the two sets of scores was .81. An accurate interpretation of that correlation coefficient is (6) The individuals scored high on both tests, or they scored low on both tests. 79. In applying the principles of Adlerian family counseling, which of the following is NOT accurate? (3) Action techniques such as role playing are not used. 80. A mental health counselor had data on three personality tests for over 300 former clients. The tests measured over 30 variables and the counselor was interested to see if these tests might be measuring some common factors. To do this, she conducted a (7) Factor analysis 81. Counselors with which one of the following theoretical orientations are apt to use tests and inventories? (3) Trait-factor. 82. Groups may be designed and structured for different purposes including information sharing, skill building, and problem resolution. Unlike guidance, structured, or self-help groups, counseling groups are unique in their focus upon (4) The attitudes, emotions, choices, and values involved in interpersonal relationships. 83. A collectivistic, group-oriented value system is most likely to explain career behavior of (5) Older native American and Asian American workers. 84. A personnel director of a medium-sized manufacturing firm was instructed to increase the percentage of hires who could successfully perform the delicate and complex Face validity.
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jobs requiring finger dexterity. The personnel director was reluctant to add a test because the hiring procedures were already extensive. In reviewing possible tests to use in employee selection, the personnel director was most concerned about (6) 85. A random sample of 100 students from each class at a
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