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Question number: 1313

» Treatment of Psychology Disorders » Modes of Therapy » Humanistic

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The non-directive approach characterizes:

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Client-centered therapy

b.

Delusions

c.

Hypnosis

d.

Psychoanalysis

e.

Behavior modification

Question number: 1314

» Abnormal Psychology » Personality Disorders

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An individual who is identified as having a borderline personality disorder shows:

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Persecutory thoughts

b.

Stable mood with social relations

c.

Apathy and indifference to the opinions of others

d.

Exhibitionistic tendencies

e.

Instability in mood and social relations

Question number: 1315

» History, Approaches & Research Methods » Logic, Philosophy, & History of Science

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In order to summarize or organize a series of observations in some meaningful way, psychologists may develop

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hypotheses.

b.

variables.

c.

surveys.

d.

theories.

e.

experiments.

Question number: 1316

» Social Psychology » Group Dynamics

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As part of an experiment, two young women stroll down a busy sidewalk with their arms around each other. They get a variety of reactions from passersby, including disapproving looks and comments. These reactions demonstrate the existence of

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ascribed roles.

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achieved roles.

c.

acts.

d.

norms.

e.

group structures.

Question number: 1317

» Developmental Psychology » LifeSpan Approach » Prenatal Development & the Newborn

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Telegraphic speech refers to

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simple four-word sentences characteristic of early speech.

b.

the continuous outpouring of repeated language sounds.

c.

simple two-word sentences characteristic of early speech.

d.

the single-word stage of language learning.

e.

words that communicate only part of an idea.

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