Question options Sigmund Freud Abraham Maslow B F Skinner Carl Rogers Question

Question options sigmund freud abraham maslow b f

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Question options: Sigmund Freud Abraham Maslow B. F. Skinner Carl Rogers Question 6 The proponents of _______ therapies also refer to their methods as "depth" therapies. Question options: humanist psychodynamic behavior cognitive
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Question 7 A drug that elevates the levels of norepinephrine and serotonin in the brain by blocking an enzyme that deactivates these neurotransmitters would most likely be used to treat Question options: psychosis. dissociative identity disorder. bipolar disorder. depression. Question 8 Which of the following would likely be the most useful in reducing a patient's agitation, delusions, and hallucinations? Question options: Antipsychotic drug Tranquilizer Lithium carbonate Antidepressant Question 9 Gino has spent the last five years receiving traditional psychoanalysis. How is the concept of "justification of effort" likely to affect his response when his friend Yani asks whether he would recommend this type of therapy? Question options: It will make Gino less likely to recommend it. It will make Gino more likely to recommend it. It will have no effect on Gino because he has been seeing the therapist for so long. It will make Gino recommend psychoanalysis, but with a different therapist.
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Question 10 According to the latest research related to Critical Incident Stress Debriefing (CISD) techniques, which of the following statements is correct ? Question options: Without intervention, a traumatic experience almost always causes <br /> long-term psychological damage. Venting negative emotions is cathartic and beneficial. CISD reduces recovery time for almost all individuals.
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