A concept shared by Freudian and Rogerian theory is a conflict b anxiety c

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81. A concept shared by Freudian and Rogerian theory is82. Which of the following is a strength of Rogers' theory?83. Which of the following is not a strength of Rogers' theory?84. Limitations of Rogers' theory includes
85. Which of the following is not a Rogerian conceptualization?86. Which is not a strength of Rogers' theory?True/False1.For Rogers, the healthy person can assimilate experiences into the self structure.Ans: True2.The classification of defense mechanisms was less important for Rogers than for Freud.Ans: True3.Self-esteem and life satisfaction may depend more on not being like the undesiredself than on being like the ideal self.Ans: True4.Rogers found diagnoses helpful in responding to the individual needs of each
client.Ans: False5.Rogers developed a scale to measure how individuals repress feelings.Ans: True6.Rogers' defensive behavior had many similarities to those of Freud.Ans: True7.Rogers found it useful to diagnose individuals so as to adjust the therapy accordingly.Ans: False8.Congruence is to genuineness as unconditional positive regard is to basic acceptance.Ans: True9.According to Rogers, in rationalization the person distorts behavior to make it consistent with the self.Ans: True10. Many of Rogers' defensive processes are similar to those of Freud.Ans: True11. According to Rogers, fantasy is a defense used to distort behavior so as to make it
consistent with the self.Ans: False12. According to Rogers, estrangement occurs because people falsify their values for the sake of preserving the positive regard of others.Ans: True13. According to Rogers, the basic estrangement in humans is between self and experience.Ans: True14. In client-centered therapy, therapists don't let their feelings show so as to encourage clients to focus on their own feelings.Ans: False15. Rogers believed in a predictable therapeutic process.Ans: True16. In contrast with psychoanalysis, in client-centered therapy the therapist talks morethan the client.

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