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Lindemann's basic crisis theory was important because his work negated the prevailing perception that clients manifesting crisis responses should be treated as:
 
  A) abnormal or pathological.
 
  B) permanently immobile.
 
  C) mentally incompetent.
 
  D) stuck in a state of disequilibrium.

Q. 2

Interpersonal theory states that:
 
  A) the total ecological system is involved in resolving the crisis.
 
  B) the crisis cannot be sustained when people believe in their ability to overcome the crisis.
 
  C) maladaptive thinking and behaving is changed to more adaptational thoughts and behaviors.
 
  D) crises result from disequilibrium in coping responses.

Q. 3

An eclectic approach to crisis intervention means:
 
  A) perceiving crisis as an internal and external state of affairs.
 
  B) that people are viewed as products of both heredity and social learning.
 
  C) not being locked into any theoretical approach in a dogmatic fashion.
 
  D) dealing with the equilibrium/disequilibrium aspects of the crisis.

Q. 4

Transcrisis points tend to occur in:
 
  A) regular intervals.
 
  B) response to unconditioned aversive stimuli.
 
  C) unpredictable intervals.
 
  D) progressively increasing incidents.

Q. 5

A model of crisis intervention that reaches outside the individual and promotes change in the systems in need of change is the:
 
  A) cognitive-milieu model.
 
  B) psychoanalytic model.
 
  C) psychosocial transition model.
 
  D) disequilibrium model.

Q. 6

Grassroots movements are:
 
  A) always successful in changing society.
 
  B) government organizations.
 
  C) groups of individuals personally affected by a common problem.
 
  D) staffed primarily with paid staff.

Q. 7

The Equilibrium model of crisis intervention is:
 
  A) generally useful with persons who are unable to make appropriate choices during their crisis.
 
  B) used to blend a variety of approaches equally into an eclectic whole.
 
  C) to reduce psychological balance.
 
  D) designed for use with persons who are coping effectively and able to solve problems in a state of crisis.

Q. 8

A crisis which is not properly dealt with may become submerged from awareness, where it forms a disease reservoir. The phenomenon in which such a crisis reemerges later in life, causing the person's previous crisis symptoms to recur has been termed:
 
  A) acute depressive onset.
 
  B) regression.
 
  C) recidivism.
 
  D) transcrisis.
What was the nickname of Pope Julius II?
 
  A) Il Re Magnifico
  B) Il Sovrano Straordinario
  C) Il Pastore Forte
  D) Il Terribilis
Group leaders who only get involved when called on and otherwise completely avoid participation are
  referred to as
 
  A) task-oriented leaders.
  B) autocratic leaders.
  C) democratic leaders.
  D) laissez-faire leaders.
  E) abdicratic leaders.
4 years ago in History (Humanities)
The colonies had been fighting with the British for a full fourteen months before declaring independence. What was NOT one of the reasons?
 
  a. Continued belief that America was part of the transatlantic British community
  b. Support for the tradition of loyalty to the empire
  c. The realization that the colonies were not united
  d. Fear of harsh British reprisals against rebels
  e. Desire to trade with the British colony of India
4 years ago in History (Humanities)
Confucius' primary occupation was as a
 
  a. teacher
  b. warlord
  c. public official
  d. Buddhist priest
  e. merchant
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