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Which theory suggests that any combination of factors can lead to addictive behavior?
 
  A. Public health model.
   B. The sociocultural model.
   C. FCP
   D. The biopsychosocial model.

Q. 2

All of the following are sociological functions of substance use except:
 
  A. Serving as a time-out from social obligations.
   B. Promoting group solidarity.
   C. Repudiation of middle class values.
   D. Interfering with social interactions.

Q. 3

Proponents of the psychological model of addiction suggest that addiction is:
 
  A. Secondary to psychological problems.
   B. Primary.
   C. Tertiary.
   D. A matter of free will and choice.

Q. 4

The central position of the moral model of addiction is that persons addicted to substances:
 
  A. Have a disease.
   B. Have an underlying psychological problem.
   C. Make poor choices.
   D. Should be treated instead of punished.

Q. 5

Test-reaction-punishment cycles of classroom management are best replaced with connection-choice-empathic consequence cycles using approaches such as:
 
  a. Multiple Intelligence
  b. Love and Logic
  c. RTI
  d. PBS

Q. 6

Critics of the disease model of addiction suggest that:
 
  A. The loss of control observation does not hold up to empirical or logical analysis.
   B. Maturing out runs counter to the idea that addiction is a progressive, deteriorating disease.
   C. Addiction is a primary, rather than secondary, condition.
   D. Both A and B.
At the end of the day, resistance is commonly thought to be ____.
 
  A. clients attempts to avoid a topic, feeling, or concern
  B. clients attempts to get the therapist to work harder
  C. clients desire for therapy to last longer
  D. clients attempts to gain control over a situation

Q. 2

In working with resistance, therapists should ____.
 
  A. see resistance as aberrant behavior
  B. see resistance as separate from avoidance
  C. understand their role in the resistance
  D. refrain from examining your own behavior in the situation

Q. 3

Read the following and answer the question.
 
  HELPER: You just dont seem as if you want to change your actions at work, that is, the actions you say are getting in the way with your ability to cooperate with your boss. I dont know why this is the case, but you cant really move forward from here unless you change your actions.
 
  The helper is ____.
 
  A. helping the client explore his or her resistance
  B. demonstrating an unhelpful response to the clients resistance
  C. exploring the clients intentions
  D. assisting the client get a balanced view of problem situations and opportunities.

Q. 4

Resistance is ____.
 
  A. an unhealthy sign that therapy will not work
  B. a common experience for many clients
  C. a difficult situation that is rooted in child abuse
  D. an initial step that all clients must take to move forward

Q. 5

A client says to the therapist: I have a difficult time getting along with people, due to my experiences at my high school, so I just dont know if right now is a good time to make new friends. The client is expressing ____.
 
  A. his/her empathy towards to the therapist
  B. reluctance to change based on a fear of disorganization
  C. a lack of motivation rooted in dynamic conflicts with his mother
  D. reluctance to change based on lack of trust
Who was the creator of French Baroque comedy?
 
  A) Racine
  B) Molire
  C) Corneille
  D) Rameau
Public distance is appropriate when speaking in a lecture hall or performing on a stage during a play.
 
  Answer:
To improve your communication competency, the book suggests that you
 
  A) recognize that culture does not affect perception.
  B) be a passive perceiver.
  C) recognize that people, objects and situations remain stable over time.
  D) recognize that gender does not affect perception.
  E) recognize that each person's frame of reference is unique.
Explain how time can be viewed as nonverbal communication. Provide an example to support your
  explanation.
 
  What will be an ideal response?
Relationships vary so greatly that it is almost impossible to establish definitive rules about them.
 
  A. True
  B. False
4 years ago in History (Humanities)
America's European allies argued that they should not have to repay loans that the United States made to them during World War I because
 
  a. the United States had owed them about 4 billion before the war.
  b. the amount of money involved was not significant.
  c. they had paid a much heavier price in lost lives, so it was only fair for the United States to write off the debt.
  d. the United States was making so much money from Mexican and Middle Eastern oil that it did not need extra dollars.
   e.
4 years ago in History (Humanities)
Which of the following is NOT a reason why Iran's neighbors worried about its revolution in 1979?
 
  a. Iran's military strength
  b. Iran's regional ambitions
  c. Iran's territorial size
  d. Iran's anti-United States policies
  e. Iran's large populations
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