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What is NOT true about the special conditions of arid lands?
 
  A. Mechanical weathering is dominant.
  B. Soil and regolith is thin or absent.
  C. Rainfall occurs as intense thunderstorms.
  D. Streams are almost all ephemeral.
  E. Desert landforms are only shaped by wind.

Question 2

What is the primary reason for the many hydrothermal features in Yellowstone National Park?
 
  A. cool climate
  B. frequent earthquakes
  C. proximity to the oceans
  D. near-surface underground magma chamber
  E. high concentration of hot gases underground

Question 3

What is the hydrothermal feature that constantly emits steam and contains little liquid water?
 
  A. fumarole
  B. geyser
  C. hot spring
  D. mogote
  E. speleothem

Question 4

What feature, which erupts intermittently, results from superheated water and steam that builds pressure underground?
 
  A. speleothem
  B. hot spring
  C. geyser
  D. travertine
  E. tower karst

Question 5

Which of the following is NOT one of the types of deposits associated with hot springs?
 
  A. terraces
  B. cones
  C. concentric deposits
  D. domes
  E. speleothems

Question 6

What is NOT true about the hydrothermal conditions forming hot springs and geysers?
 
  A. Areas of hydrothermal activity are extensive.
  B. Underground water is in contact with heated rocks.
  C. Water usually contains many dissolved minerals.
  D. Underground water is in contact with magma.
  E. Various precipitate deposits form on the surface.

Question 7

Why are karst landscapes largely missing surface drainage?
 
  A. Water is consumed by vegetation.
  B. They are located in arid regions.
  C. Water is used up in dissolution.
  D. They are located in polar regions.
  E. Water flows in underground channels.
In reference to the Pacific region, FSM stands for
 a. Federated States of Micronesia.
  b. Federation of State Militias.
  c. Federally and State Monitored.
  d. Micronesian Federation of States.
  e. Fiji State Militia.

Question 2

Which free-trade agreement is themost important in the Americas?
 a. Southern Cone Common Market
  b. Mercosur
 c. NAFTA
 d. FTAA
 e. Organization of American States

Question 3

In reference to military applications, the acronym SDI stands for _____ or Star Wars.
 a. Strategic Defense Initiative
  b. Satellite Defense Installation
  c. Satellite Detection and Insolation
  d. Space Detection and Isolation
  e. Submarine Defense Intelligence

Question 4

What are the three economically strongest countries in Latin America, accounting for 80 of the region's manufacturing output?
 a. Cuba, Venezuela, and Mexico
  b. Brazil, Argentina, and Mexico
  c. Brazil, Chile, Panama
 d. Brazil, Mexico, Honduras
 e. Mexico, Guatemala, Ecuador

Question 5

In reference to military applications, the acronym ICBM stands for
 a. intercontinental ballistic missile.
  b. intercontinental battery military.
  c. international ballistic missile.
  d. independent contract British military.
  e. independent contractor based militia.

Question 6

Which two countries refused to adopt the economic prescriptions of neo-liberalism?
 a. Cuba and Venezuela
 b. Aruba and Grenada
 c. Mexico and Brazil
 d. Argentina and Chile
 e. Honduras and Panama
The large thermally driven convection cell that is driven by convective hot towers along the equator is the
   a. Ferrel cell.
   b. Hadley cell.
   c. Ekman spiral.
   d. El Nio cell.
   e. Doldrum cell.

Q. 2

Which below is an assumption of the single-cell model of the general circulation of the atmosphere?
   a. Earth's surface is uniformly covered with water.
   b. Earth rotates once in 24 hours.
   c. Excessive heating of the equatorial area produces a broad region of surface high pressure, while at the poles excessive cooling creates a region of surface low pressure.
   d. Prevailing winds in middle latitudes blow from east to west.
   e. The regions over the poles are referred to as doldrums.

Q. 3

Due to Hadley cell formation and the Coriolis force in both hemispheres, winds aloft flow
   a. easterly.
   b. westerly.
   c. northerly.
   d. southerly.
   e. randomly.

Q. 4

The general circulation of the atmosphere represents the actual air flow around the world and not just an average.
   a. True
   b. False

Q. 5

The Arctic Oscillation is defined by variations in atmospheric pressure between the Arctic and the North Pacific and Atlantic.
   a. True
   b. False

Q. 6


  During the warm (or positive) phase of the Pacific Decadal Oscillation, unusually cold surface water exists along the west coast of North America, whereas over the central North Pacific, warmer-than-normal surface water prevails.
   a. True
   b. False
   
 
Empowerment involves
 
  a. self-reflection of the counselor.
  b. self-refection of the client.
  c. action from the counselor.
  d. All of the above.

Q. 2

Which of the following is not an important competency for counselors working with religious and spiritual issues according to ASERVIC?
 
  a. Ability to explain the difference between religion and spirituality
  b. Demonstration of sensitivity and acceptance for a variety of religious and spiritual expressions
  c. Ability to assess the relevance of religious and spiritual domains in client issues
  d. Possess knowledge of all religious belief systems

Q. 3

__________ is synonymous with the internal psychological reaction to balancing the strains of learning about a new culture while longing for the familiarity of one's previous surroundings.
 
  a. Acculturative stress
  b. Assimilative stress
  c. Adjustment stress
  d. Accommodative stress

Q. 4

The first Africans came to the United States in
 
  a. 1609.
  b. 1619.
  c. 1776.
  d. 1809.

Q. 5

According to Pharr (1988), __________ functions to systematically and narrowly define gender roles.
 
  a. sexism
  b. homophobia
  c. privilege
  d. heterosexism

Q. 6

One's conceptualization of privilege and oppression is
 
  a. cyclical.
  b. develops in response to one's perception of external factors.
  c. based on government, religion, media, industry, and education.
  d. All of the above.
Which of the following can contribute to diverse clients being mislabeled deviant and mentally unhealthy?
 
  a. Seeking consultation from cultural informants
  b. Using traditional counseling theories in practice
  c. Using assessment tools that have been normed on diverse populations
  d. Applying identity development models to case conceptualization

Q. 2

There were four phases of the chloride ion channel presented in the text.
 
  Indicate whether the statement is true or false

Q. 3

In Ntu psychotherapy,
 
  a. energy is presumed to be essential to the therapeutic process.
  b. the counselor acts as a spiritual guide.
  c. ancient Eastern principles of healing and New Age conceptualizations are used.
  d. All of the above.

Q. 4

Typical withdrawal from benzos takes about three weeks.
 
  Indicate whether the statement is true or false

Q. 5

___________ is often used in conjunction with Naikan therapy.
 
  a. Morita therapy
  b. Cognitive-behavioral therapy
  c. Ntu therapy
  d. Multicultural Counseling and Therapy (MCT)

Q. 6

Approximately 5 of the population suffers from OCD.
 
  Indicate whether the statement is true or false
Which of the following is true?
 
  a) Outcome evaluation is concerned with changes that occurred in participants
  b) Process evaluation focuses on making value judgments about the totality of the program
  c) Outcome evaluation is concerned with delivery of the program
  d) Process evaluation is concerned with changes that occurred in participants

Q. 2

The degree to which those involved in the action research process are energized to help facilitating lasting social change is known as
 
  a) Democratic validity
  b) Process validity
  c) Catalytic validity
  d) Dialogical validity

Q. 3

When a researcher works with direct observation of a child with autism, asks parents to complete a behavior rating scale, and interviews a teacher about the child, the researcher is using
 
  a) Tripartite methodology
  b) Participant-observer methodology
  c) Unnecessary means of data collection
  d) Triangulation

Q. 4

A mask-like devise is used by patients with OSA. It is called a ______ machine.
 
  a. splint
  b. CPAP
  c. EEG
  d. none of these

Q. 5

When researchers, clients, and stakeholders work together in the research project, the form of research being conducted is likely to be
 
  a) Systemic action research
  b) Practitioner action research
  c) Participatory action research
  d) Stakeholder action research

Q. 6

Declaring the focus or intent of a group or an occasion is known as
 
  a) Framing
  b) Advocating
  c) Illustrating
  d) Inquiring
The basic listening sequence is central to ____.
 
  A) person-centered theory
  B) decisional career counseling
  C) assertiveness training
  D) brief interviewing and counseling
  E) all of these

Q. 2

The basic listening sequence (BLS) is a key counselor action in Story and Strengths, Stage 2 of the five-stage interview structure, in which of the following theories?
 
  A) Decisional counseling
  B) Person-centered counseling
  C) Cognitive behavioral training
  D) Brief counseling
  E) All of these

Q. 3

Cultural/environmental context (CEC) is foundational for which of the following theories?
 
  A) Multicultural counseling
  B) Person-centered
  C) Logotherapy
  D) Crisis counseling

Q. 4

Discernment is:
 
  A) finding a life vision.
  B) making a decision.
  C) coping with life challenges.
  D) overcoming interpersonal conflicts.

Q. 5

Discernment is a technique used by which theory?
 
  A) Cognitive behavioral therapy
  B) Person-centered
  C) Logotherapy
  D) Crisis counseling

Q. 6

Which of the following theories is strongly associated with reflection of meaning?
 
  A) Cognitive behavioral therapy
  B) Person-centered
  C) Logotherapy
  D) Psychodynamic
Describe the three characteristics of interpersonal attraction identified by McCroskey and McCain.
 
  What will be an ideal response?
Which of the following is not a step in John Dewey's reflective thinking sequence seven step process?
 
  a. Define the problem
  b. Analyze the problem
  c. Establish criteria
  d. Consider one possible solution to the problem
List and briefly define the two phases of group development.
 
  What will be an ideal response?
4 years ago in History (Humanities)
Economic conditions that fueled support for foreign trade included
 
  a. a decrease in the number of wage earners.
  b. the seemingly unlimited prosperity of the years from 18881895.
  c. a huge increase in the amount of manufactured goods produced in America.
  d. the nation's decision to use a silver-backed currency.
4 years ago in History (Humanities)
What caste frequently served as advisers to kings?
 
  a. kshatriyas
  b. vaisyas
  c. brahmans
  d. pariahs
  e. shudras
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