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Prescribed medications or procedures that act directly on the person's physiology Biomedical therapy
94.4%
Eclectic approach
0%
Insight therapy
0%
Client-centered therapy
2.8%
Carl Roger's client centered therapy includes all of the following EXCEPT: Curing mentality
88.9%
Active listening
2.8%
Genuine and accepting environment
0%
Empathetic environment
5.6%
The blocking from consciousness of anxiety laden material Resistance
83.3%
Interpretation
5.6%
Transference
5.6%
Behavior modification
2.8%
The patient's transfer to the analyst of emotions linked with other relationships Transference
83.3%
Resistance
0%
Interpretation
5.6%
Behavior modification
2.8%
true or false: Techniques of psychoanalysis emphasizes the power of childhood experiences to mold the adult True
80.6%
False
16.7%
Consists of interactions between a trained therapist and someone seeking to overcome psychological difficulties or achieved personal growth Psychotherapy
77.8%
Psychoanalysis
8.3%
Psychology
5.6%
Psychosematics
2.8%
The analyst's noting supposed dream meanings, resistances, and other significant behaviors and events in order to promote insight Interpretation
77.8%
Resistance
0%
Transference
5.6%
Behavior modification
8.3%
Teaches people new, more adaptive ways of thinking Cognitive therapy
77.8%
Behavioral therapy
5.6%
CBT
8.3%
Dialectical behavior therapy
5.6%
Combines cognitive therapy and behavior therapy CBT
77.8%
Dialectical behavior therapy
8.3%
Cognitive therapies
5.6%
Insight therapies
2.8%
Views individuals as responding to unconscious forces and childhood experiences and seeks to enhance self insight Psychodynamic therapy
72.2%
Insight therapy
11.1%
Client centered therapy
11.1%
Counterconditioning
5.6%
Systematic desensitization, exposing people to the things they fear and avoid Exposure therapy
72.2%
Aversive conditioning
11.1%
Reconditioning
11.1%
Operant conditioning
0%
Freud believed the patient's free associations, resistances, dreams, and transferences released previously repressed feelings allowing the patient to gain self insight Psychoanalysis
69.4%
Psychodynamic therapy
22.2%
Insight therapy
2.8%
Humanistic therapy
0%
A variety of therapies that aim to improve psychological functioning by increasing a person's awareness of underlying motives and defenses Insight therapies
69.4%
Humanistic therapies
8.3%
Client centered therapies
8.3%
Behavior therapies
11.1%
The following are all techniques of psychoanalysis EXCEPT Behavior modification
69.4%
Resistance
16.7%
Interpretation
2.8%
Transference
5.6%
Associate an unpleasant state (such as nausea) with an unwanted behavior (such as drinking alcohol) Aversive conditioning
66.7%
Reconditioning
8.3%
Exposure therapy
2.8%
Operant conditioning
16.7%
In operant conditioning, what is a process where people earn tokens for good behaviors and can turn them in for a privilege or treat Token economy
63.9%
Reward system
33.3%
Child behavior training
2.8%
Cognitive therapy
0%
Emphasizes people's inherent potential for self-fulfillment Humanistic therapies
61.1%
Insight therapy
11.1%
Client centered therapy
25%
Behavior therapy
0%
Associates a pleasant, relaxed state with gradually increasing anxiety triggering stimuli Systematic desensitizations
58.3%
Exposure therapy
16.7%
Aversive therapy
13.9%
Meditation
5.6%
Applies learning principles to the elimination of unwanted behaviors Behavior therapies
52.8%
Classical conditioning
19.4%
Operant conditioning
11.1%
Counterconditioning
13.9%
Caring, accepting, nonjudgmental attitude describes: Unconditioned positive regard
50%
Conditioned positive regard
8.3%
Professionalism
11.1%
Client-Therapist relationships
25%
Combines cognitive tactics for tolerating distress and regulating emotions with social skills training and mindfulness meditation Dialectical behavior therapy
47.2%
CBT
22.2%
Cognitive therapies
22.2%
Insight therapies
2.8%
Procedures that use classical conditioning to evoke new responses to stimuli that are triggering unwanted behaviors Counterconditioning
36.1%
Classical conditioning
27.8%
Operant conditioning
8.3%
Reconditioning
25%
Uses techniques from various forms of therapy Eclectic therapy
30.6%
Blended therapy
44.4%
Total therapy
2.8%
CBT
16.7%
A genuine, accepting, empathic environment in client centered therapy allows the client to: Change behavior
16.7%
Express true feelings
25%
Feel freer and open to change
25%
Experience deeper self understanding and acceptance
27.8%

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