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The process by which group members connect both physically and psychologically is known as
 
  a. joining
  b. involvement
  c. subgroup
  d. structuring

Q. 2

______________ refers to the time members are oriented to what to expect of the group before it ever meets.
 
  What will be an ideal response?

Q. 3

A ______________ member is nonassertive, shy, reflective, or slow in assessing thoughts
 
  a. monopolizing
  b. silent
  c. resistant
  d. sarcastic

Q. 4

are specific objectives that individuals or the group wish to accomplish.
 
  a. Contract
  b. Limits
  c. Rules
  d. Goals

Q. 5

The screening process involves
 
  a. choosing a setting to have group
  b. deciding how to publicize
  c. choosing a co-leader
  d. interviewing potential group members

Q. 6

are the outer boundaries of a group in regard to behaviors that will he accepted within the group.
 
  a. Limits
  b. Borders
  c. Rules
  d. Confidentiality statements
The __________ model of racial identity development is applied to counseling settings with cross-racial dyads of clients and counselors, client racial preferences for counselors, and supervisor-supervisee cross-racial pairings; and used to explore
 
  how racial identity can change over the life span.
  a. Multidimensional Model of Racial Identity
  b. Cross Model of Black Racial Identity
  c. Hoffman's Stages of Racial Identity Development
  d. Helm's Model of White Racial Identity Development

Q. 2

The practice of Naikan therapy has been shown to be effective in treating
 
  a. anxiety.
  b. alcoholism.
  c. Anorexia Nervosa.
  d. All of the above.

Q. 3

Inequities in property taxes may lead to inequities in
 
  a. quantifiable resources.
  b. school facilities.
  c. opportunities.
  d. experiences of classism.

Q. 4

One of the greatest mental health consequences of sexism is
 
  a. anxiety.
  b. Bipolar Disorder.
  c. disordered eating.
  d. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.

Q. 5

A single higher power exists within the context of Native American traditionalism and spirituality. This higher power
 
  a. has a specific gender.
  b. has one name among many tribes.
  c. is the only power Native Americans believe in.
  d. may be referred to as one gender, but does not exist within one specific gender.

Q. 6

There were eight routes of administration discussed in this chapter.
 
  Indicate whether the statement is true or false

Q. 7

__________ is defined as having control, choice, autonomy, and authority or influence over others.
 
  a. Privilege
  b. Empowerment
  c. Power
  d. Discrimination
REBT research supports the tenet that:
 
  a. cognition always creates emotions and behaviors.
  b. cognitions, emotions and behaviors have a reciprocal relationship.
  c. behaviors always proceed cognitions and emotions.
  d. the cause of cognitions and behaviors are emotions.

Q. 2

Albert Ellis was originally trained as a:
 
  a. behaviorist.
  b. psychoanalyst.
  c. humanist.
  d. family systems therapist.

Q. 3

The psychotherapist who was the main precursor for REBT was:
 
  a. Sigmund Freud.
  b. Carl Rogers.
  c. Carl Jung.
  d. Alfred Adler.

Q. 4

If transference occurs, a REBT therapist is likely to:
 
  a. interpret it in the context of parent-child relations.
  b. ignore the transference issues entirely.
  c. relate it to the client's irrational beliefs.
  d. criticize the client for immaturely relating.

Q. 5

The individual to assert the importance of the S-O-R model of science over the S-R model was:
 
  a. William James.
  b. Wilhelm Wundt.
  c. Ivan Pavlov.
  d. James Cattell.
The obligatory pilgrimage to Mecca for Muslims is known as
 
  a. Hajj
  b. Salat
  c. Zakat
  d. Sawm

Q. 2

Brian likes to be active, to talk with and interact with the other accountants that he works with. According to Myers-Briggs type theory, Brian is primarily using one of these functions.
 
  a. extraversion
  b. introversion
  c. judgment
  d. perception

Q. 3

Data suggests individuals seeking treatment for depression are increasingly more likely to:
 
  a. seek psychotherapy over medications.
  b. request family counseling over individual therapy.
  c. receive services in primary care over mental health settings.
  d. obtain services in mental health settings over primary care.

Q. 4

Judaism is associated with all but one of the following
 
  a. Psychoanalysis
  b. Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy
  c. Gestalt psychology
  d. There is no answer, all of the above are associated with Judaism

Q. 5

Focal opening lines do all of the following EXCEPT:
 
  A. Offer an initial framework
   B. Are useful when time is limited
   C. Give the client greater opportunity to set the agenda
   D. Are useful if the client doesnt have much experience talking to a clinician

Q. 6

According to Myers-Briggs type theory introversion is associated with
 
  a. a concern about the welfare of others.
  b. being anti-social.
  c. being shy and quiet.
  d. focusing on one's inner world.

Q. 7

Information about the use of antidepressants to treat depression suggests that:
 
  a. most patients seek medications from mental health providers.
  b. medications are rarely a patient's preference.
  c. follow-up in the first month is limited after medications are started.
  d. psychotherapy is the modal treatment, but medications are on the rise.

Q. 8

According to Zionism,
 
  a. formal learning is less important than faith
  b. only Jews who have maintained the blood-line are worthy before God
  c. each Jew has an innate bond with other Jews around the world
  d. God should be worshiped in Zion, the city of God
The most important component of the introduction and a speaker's first objective is to
  __________.
 
  a. get the audience's attention
  b. state the topic
  c. establish the importance of the topic
  d. establish your credibility
  e. preview key ideas.
Explain what the textbook means by the non-linguistic nature of nonverbal communication.
 
  What will be an ideal response?
4 years ago in History (Humanities)
All of the following are true of the Safavid leader Shah Abbas EXCEPT
 
  a. He was brutal to his enemies.
  b. He allowed women equal rights with men.
  c. He personally visited teahouses and spoke to the people.
  d. He had the English train his army.
  e. He cooperated with Europeans against the Ottomans.
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