Therapeutic Approaches (CBSE-NET (UGC) Psychology (Paper-II & Paper-III)): Questions 116 - 120 of 130

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Question number: 116

» Therapeutic Approaches » Humanistic Therapy

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Humanistic therapies generally emphasize

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a.

the value of spontaneous remissions.

b.

an in-depth analysis of unconscious forces within the personality.

c.

alteration of long-established habits.

d.

making full use of one’s potential.

Question number: 117

» Therapeutic Approaches » Group Therapy

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The social-relations oriented form of psychoanalytic therapy, that helps clients change their immature or inappropriate ways of relating to other people is known as:

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a.

transactional analysis

b.

family therapy

c.

assertiveness training

d.

group therapy

Question number: 118

» Therapeutic Approaches » Hypnosis

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While using hypnosis for pain reduction, patients highly susceptible to hypnosis were?

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Choice (4) Response
a.

More likely to report significantly lower pain levels

b.

More likely to experience posthypnotic amnesia

c.

Less likely to report lower pain levels

d.

Likely to respond more slowly to the induction method

Question number: 119

» Therapeutic Approaches » Psychotherapy

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Freud’s theory was based on the belief that neuroses were caused by

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a.

learned maladaptive behaviors.

b.

repressed memories, motives, and conflicts.

c.

positive self-regard.

d.

negative self-regard.

Question number: 120

» Therapeutic Approaches » Psychotherapy

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The kind of therapy developed by Freud is called

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a.

psychoanalysis.

b.

behavior modification.

c.

Gestalt therapy.

d.

S-R therapy.

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