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Title: Quiz Chapter 14 Psychological Assessment and treatement planning


1
Quiz Chapter 14 Psychological Assessment and
treatement planning
  • The Handbook of Psychological Assessment
  • 5th edition

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1. Developing effective recommendations requires
skills beyond test interpretation. One of the
more important areas relates to (535)
  1. DSM-IV diagnosis
  2. state-trait anxiety assessment
  3. general case management
  4. fiscal responsibility
  5. application of the Comprehensive System

3
1. Developing effective recommendations requires
skills beyond test interpretation. One of the
more important areas relates to (535)
  1. DSM-IV diagnosis
  2. state-trait anxiety assessment
  3. general case management
  4. fiscal responsibility
  5. application of the Comprehensive System

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2. The dodo bird verdict on the effectiveness of
psychotherapy finds (538)
  1. none of them work
  2. all of them work
  3. only cognitive behavior therapy works
  4. CBT only works for psychologically minded people
  5. Client-centered therapy is the most effective.

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2. The dodo bird verdict on the effectiveness of
psychotherapy finds (538)
  1. none of them work
  2. all of them work
  3. only cognitive behavior therapy works
  4. CBT only works for psychologically minded people
  5. Client-centered therapy is the most effective.

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3. A second general strategy of treatment
planning is differential therapeutics which
  1. accentuates the common elements of all therapy
  2. parallels and draws of procedures used in
    medicine
  3. emphasizes client characteristics
  4. all of the above

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3. A second general strategy of treatment
planning is differential therapeutics which
  1. accentuates the common elements of all therapy
  2. parallels and draws of procedures used in
    medicine
  3. emphasizes client characteristics
  4. all of the above

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4. High levels of functional impairment have
implications for five areas including (543)
  1. restrictiveness of treatment
  2. giving the WAIS
  3. use of medical/somatic versus psycholgical
    interventions
  4. less urgency to rapidly define and achieve
    specific, symptom-oriented goals
  5. A and C

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4. High levels of functional impairment have
implications for five areas including (543)
  1. restrictiveness of treatment
  2. giving the WAIS
  3. use of medical/somatic versus psycholgical
    interventions
  4. less urgency to rapidly define and achieve
    specific, symptom-oriented goals
  5. A and C

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5. Greater duration of treatment is generally
suggested for these types of patients (544)
  1. external stress of primary causal significance
  2. good premorbid level of functioning.
  3. high level of social support
  4. structured, directive, and active interventions
  5. age between 25 and 50

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5. Greater duration of treatment is generally
suggested for these types of patients (544)
  1. external stress of primary causal significance
  2. good premorbid level of functioning.
  3. high level of social support
  4. structured, directive, and active interventions
  5. age between 25 and 50

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6. Level of environmental support refers to the
presence of a strong cohesive family and a
  1. lot of drinking buddies
  2. lot of psychosocially healthy friends
  3. secure form of employment
  4. many friends of Facebook
  5. all of the above

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6. Level of environmental support refers to the
presence of a strong cohesive family and a
  1. lot of drinking buddies
  2. lot of psychosocially healthy friends
  3. secure form of employment
  4. many friends of Facebook
  5. all of the above

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7. High social support suggests (546)
  1. cognitive behavior therapy is more effective that
    therapies designed to enhance relationships
  2. longer duration of therapy
  3. the possibility of medication
  4. a shorter duration of therapy

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7. High social support suggests (546)
  1. cognitive behavior therapy is more effective that
    therapies designed to enhance relationships
  2. longer duration of therapy
  3. the possibility of medication
  4. a shorter duration of therapy

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8. Complex problems are likely to respond to
broad treatments directed toward resolving
long-standing underlying conflicts and changing
interpersonal relationships. Specifics include
  1. behavioral contracting
  2. two-chair work
  3. social skills training
  4. graded exposure
  5. paradoxical strategies

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8. Complex problems are likely to respond to
broad treatments directed toward resolving
long-standing underlying conflicts and changing
interpersonal relationships. Specifics include
  1. behavioral contracting
  2. two-chair work
  3. social skills training
  4. graded exposure
  5. paradoxical strategies

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9. Theory, research and clinical observations
indicate that client coping strategies vary on a
continuum between (549)
  1. happy and sad
  2. complex and simple
  3. externalization and internalization
  4. naiveté and paranoia
  5. unsocialized aggression and indifference

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9. Theory, research and clinical observations
indicate that client coping strategies vary on a
continuum between (549)
  1. happy and sad
  2. complex and simple
  3. externalization and internalization
  4. naiveté and paranoia
  5. unsocialized aggression and indifference

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10. Clinical indicators for externalization based
on history and behavioral observations include
(550)
  1. projection
  2. repression
  3. minimizing difficulties
  4. social withdrawal
  5. constricted or over-controlled emotions.

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10. Clinical indicators for externalization based
on history and behavioral observations include
(550)
  1. projection
  2. repression
  3. minimizing difficulties
  4. social withdrawal
  5. constricted or over-controlled emotions.

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Which of the following is true of Natalie Portman?
  1. semi-finalist Intel science talent search
  2. psychology major from Harvard
  3. Won Oscar for best actress.
  4. all of the above

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