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Like India, Pakistan's dominant religion is Hinduism.
 a. True
  b. False
  Indicate whether the statement is true or false

Question 2

Much of the tundra and subarctic climatic zones are permanently frozen to an average depth of three meters. This frozen ground is known as ________
 Fill in the blank(s) with correct word

Question 3

The United States' lack of knowledge regarding the culture, tribal allegiances, and other social complexities have been one of our greatest challenges with our involvement in Afghanistan.
 a. True
  b. False
  Indicate whether the statement is true or false

Question 4

_____________ are rural cabins where many urban residents embrace their passion for nature.
 Fill in the blank(s) with correct word

Question 5

Commercial logging and land-clearing to plant oil palm trees are the main forces behind deforestation in Southeast Asia.
 a. True
  b. False
  Indicate whether the statement is true or false
If a client reported recent experiences of financial difficulty, along with legal and marital problems, which axis of the DSM-IV-TR's multi-axial system would these be reported on?
 
  a. Axis I.
  b. Axis II.
  c. Axis III.
  d. Axis IV.

Q. 2

All of the following are at the bottom of the microskills hierarchy EXCEPT
 
  a. body language.
  b. questioning.
  c. eye contact.
  d. tone of voice.

Q. 3

Practicum experiences are generally a strong component in counselor training, whereas internships are often the weakest part of the training program.
 
  Indicate whether the statement is true or false

Q. 4

Counselors who develop a strong sense of accord and amity with their clients would be said to have cultivated
 
  a. genuineness.
  b. empathy.
  c. rapport.
  d. unconditional positive regard.

Q. 5

Which of the following would be reported on Axis I of the DSM-IV-TR's multi-axial system?
 
  a. Cognitive disorders (i.e., dementia, delirium).
  b. Mental retardation.
  c. Obsessive-compulsive Personality Disorder.
  d. Psychosocial stressors.
A biopsychosocial model is used in treating which of the following disorders:
 
  a) Hoarding disorder
  b) Obsessive-compulsive disorder
  c) Body dysmorphic disorder
  d) Trichotillomania (hair pulling)

Q. 2

__________ treatment is particularly indicated for dual diagnosis clients.
 
  (a) Outpatient
   (b) Day
   (c) Residential
   (d) Inpatient

Q. 3

Which of the following is a counselor consideration for treating clients with body dysmorphic disorder:
 
  a) Counselors should frequently reassure clients that treatment can increase their quality of life
  b) Counselors must ensure that the client's symptoms are not better accounted for by a different diagnosis
  c) Counselors should be patient as clients may become defensive or deny their behavior
  d) Counselors should be mindful that clients will likely be hypersensitive to criticism

Q. 4

The incubation period for HIV infection to develop into AIDS is:
 
  (a) 3 to 5 years (b) 7 to 10 years (c) 3 to 5 months (d) 7 to 10 months

Q. 5

The decision to remove an alcoholic from the demands and consequences of daily life is associated with __________.
 
  (a) Prevention
   (b) Inpatient treatment
   (c) Residential treatment
   (d) Intensive outpatient treatment

Q. 6

Individuals infected with HIV develop a characteristic serum antibody response which is detected _____ following exposure.
 
  (a) 3-5 days (b) 7-12 days (c) 13 days to 6 months (d) longer than 6 months

Q. 7

Which of the following is a counselor consideration for treating clients with hoarding disorder (HD):
 
  a) Counselors should frequently reassure clients that treatment can increase their quality of life
  b) Counselors must ensure that the client's symptoms are not better accounted for by a different diagnosis
  c) Counselors should be patient as clients may become defensive or deny their behavior
  d) Counselors should be mindful that clients will likely be hypersensitive to criticism

Q. 8

The most severe type of meaninglessness, according to Maddi (2005) is
 
  a. nihilism
  b. vegetativeness
  c. comatose
  d. none of the above
Test data can be released when:
 
  a) The client signs a release for the data
  b) The client's attorney obtains a subpoena for that data
  c) The client wants a copy of the raw test data
  d) The client agrees to send the copy to a qualified professional
  e) All of the above
  f) None of the above

Q. 2

According to Anastasi (1992) he hazard of a single score means:
 
  a) A client's response to a single item on some tests can reveal information that the client wishes to keep private
  b) A test should not be used as the only tool in diagnosing a mental illness
  c) The client is at risk of overinterpreting the results of a single test
  d) All of the above
  e) None of the above

Q. 3

Clients may take tests home if:
 
  a) They sign a statement that they will not ask other people for help in completing the test
  b) They are taking a brief psychological test
  c) They have shown themselves to be compliant with all other aspects of treatment
  d) All of the above
  e) None of the above

Q. 4

A test developer should not:
 
  a) Publish a test without publishing a test manual with psychometric information
  b) Charge test purchasers for the test manual, only for the tests, answer sheets and scoring materials
  c) Make a profit on a test that helps to diagnose mental illness
  d) All of the above
  e) None of the above

Q. 5

A mental health professional can modify the report of a diagnosis to an insurance company to a less accurate diagnosis when:
 
  a) The client is at risk for suicide and desperately needs treatment
  b) The client asks the professional for such a change and signs a statement that he or she requested such a change
  c) The risks of a audit by the insurance company are low and the potential benefit to the client are high
  d) The professional has gotten approval from his or her supervisor for this change
  e) All of the above
  f) None of the above

Q. 6

A psychologist who appears in a television news program to offer explanations of the behavior of a person who has bombed a public building:
 
  a) Is justified in describing the bomber as an antisocial personality, based on the bomber's actions and the history the psychologist has learned from reliable media sources
  b) May discuss the implications of the bomber's behavior and public comments since his arrest for his mental health and stability
  c) May comment only on the research about people who commit such crimes and should make no comments about this individual.
  d) None of the above
  e) All of the above

Q. 7

A family counselor who does not believe that homosexual couples should become parents because she believes this arrangement harmful for the children:
 
  a) Should be applauded for being aware and explicit about her own beliefs
  b) Has a personal ethical obligation to discourage these couples from becoming parents
  c)Should refer these clients to other therapists with differing views about homosexual parents
  d)All of the above
  e)None of the above

Q. 8

A family counselor who declines to conduct family sessions if one member family refuses to attend family sessions is acting:
 
  a) In compliance with the ethics code if he gives the prospective clients the names of other possible therapists
  b) In violation of both ACA and APA codes for multiple-person therapies
  c) In compliance if the advertisements for the service clearly state that he will only accept families when all members agree to participate
  d) All of the above
  e) None of the above
The fear or reality of having a genetic disease is known to affect all the following life-cycle areas except:
 
  A. whether or not to be tested.
  B. how to live life.
  C. whether or not to bear children.
  D. whether or not to seek treatment.

Q. 2

Confidentiality in groups is
 
  a. a legal right of every member.
  b. something that members can be guaranteed.
  c. limited by state laws.
  d. an absolute that can never be broken for any reason.

Q. 3

The relational model of psychoanalysis regards therapy as an interactive process between the client and therapist.
 
  a. True
  b. False
  Indicate whether the statement is true or false

Q. 4

Huntington's Disease is a _________________ disease with ___________-year survivability.
 
  A. hematological; 5
  B. musculoskeletal; 10
  C. mental; 10
  D. neurological; 5

Q. 5

An ethical practice for leaders to follow is to inform members that
 
  a. once they join a group, they are required to remain in it until the group ends.
  b. they may terminate a group only when the leader gives consent to the member.
  c. they are expected to exit from the group when the members take a vote.
  d. they should leave from the group only after they have discussed the matter in the group leader.
Regarding impulse control, which of the therapies indicated would most likely say that the completion, not control, of organismic impulses is what helps create an individual?
 
  a. Emotional flooding therapies
  b. Gestalt therapy
  c. Person-centered therapy
  d. Psychoanalysis

Q. 2

Which of the following theories has probably had the most influence on other theories, yet, by itself, is used the LEAST?
 
  a. cognitive
  b. gestalt
  c. psychoanalytical
  d. person-centered

Q. 3

Gestalt therapy would most likely say which of the following about adjustment versus transcendence?
 
  a. Healthy people are committed to helping society transcend its current functioning in order to become a more perfect social system.
  b. Once a person is in the process of becoming more congruent, there is no inherent conflict between being an actualizer and being part of society.
  c. Therapy is clearly one of transcendence such that alienation is the condition of the mature, fully aware person as long as society remains insane.
 d. There is no way to transcend the restraints, injustices, limitations and frustrations of society, trying will inevitably make one emotionally upset.

Q. 4

Which therapy is most likely to be criticized by therapists as having a pessimistic view?
 
  a. Adlerian
  b. existential
  c. gestalt
  d. person-centered

Q. 5

With respect to control, gestalt therapy would most likely say that:
 
  a. control is a problem when individuals impose their conditions of worth on others.
  b. individuals act out on an interpersonal level their intrapersonal pathology in which there is a constant struggle for control between Top Dog and Under Dog.
  c. pathological personalities are frequently preoccupied with dominating others.
  d. to control another is to objectify that person.
Strict Counter Reformation censors order his Last Judgment fresco to be covered:
 
  a. Leonardo.
 b. Michelangelo.
 c. Bernini.
 d. Caravaggio.
Sloane glared at the bus driver who did not stop for her at the crosswalk. Which function of nonverbal behavior is she displaying?
 
  a. communicating information
  b. regulating interaction
  c. expressing and managing intimacy
  d. social control
As Steven continued to talk about the problem he was having at work, his wife leaned forward in her chair, provided direct eye contact, and started to open her mouth to say something. His wife's behavior represents which type of cue?
 
  a. open-ended cue
  b. controlling cue
  c. turn-yielding cue
  d. turn-requesting cue
  e. turn-taking cue
4 years ago in History (Humanities)
To what piece of legislation is the Hepburn Act most closely related?
 
  A. the Interstate Commerce Act
  B. the Federal Reserve Act
  C. the Sherman Anti-Trust Act
  D. the Clayton Act
4 years ago in History (Humanities)
Britain and the United States began their European offensive against Germany by invading
 
  a. France.
  b. Italy.
  c. Norway.
  d. the Netherlands.
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