Treatment of Psychology Disorders-Modes of Therapy [AP (Advanced Placement) Psychology]: Questions 1 - 5 of 63

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Question 1

Modes of Therapy
Psychoanalysis

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MCQ▾

Saying whatever comes to mind, even if it seems senseless, painful, or embarrassing, is part of the Freudian technique known as

Choices

Choice (5)Response

a.

unconditional regard.

b.

non-directive therapy.

c.

directive therapy.

d.

free association.

e.

transactional analysis.

Question 2

Modes of Therapy
Psychoanalysis

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MCQ▾

Freud called which of the following the “royal road to the unconscious” ?

Choices

Choice (5)Response

a.

dream analysis.

b.

analysis of transference.

c.

free association.

d.

analysis of resistance.

e.

understanding consciousness

Question 3

Modes of Therapy
Humanistic

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MCQ▾

Two explicitly directive psychotherapeutic approaches are

Choices

Choice (5)Response

a.

Behavior therapy and humanistic therapy

b.

Behavior therapy and psychodynamic therapy

c.

Humanistic therapy and existential therapy

d.

Cognitive therapy and behavior therapy

e.

None of the above

Question 4

Modes of Therapy
Psychoanalysis

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MCQ▾

A psychoanalyst who believes in the theories of Freud would see psychopathology as caused by

Choices

Choice (5)Response

a.

repressed sexuality and aggression.

b.

bizarre dreams.

c.

defense mechanism

d.

birth trauma.

e.

immature personal relationships.

Question 5

Modes of Therapy
Psychoanalysis

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MCQ▾

Freud considered the distinction between manifest content and latent content essential for

Choices

Choice (5)Response

a.

free association.

b.

resistance.

c.

transference.

d.

regression

e.

dream analysis.

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