Therapeutic Approaches-Behavioral Therapy (CBSE-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Psychology (Paper-II)): Questions 16 - 20 of 25

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Question number: 16

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The use of classical conditioning to alleviate human problems is called

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a.

aversion therapy.

b.

group therapy.

c.

reciprocal inhibition.

d.

radical therapy.

e.

behavior modification.

Question number: 17

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Each of the following is a component of behavioral oriented therapy except for:

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a.

aversion therapy

b.

classical conditioning

c.

counterconditioning

d.

systematic desensitization

e.

unconditional positive regard

Question number: 18

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Harriet, a student nurse, was at first extremely uncomfortable at the sight of blood. After a month of experience working in the emergency room, she is no longer upset when confronted with serious injuries. Harriet has undergone

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a.

reinforcement.

b.

shaping.

c.

time out.

d.

trial-and-error learning.

e.

desensitization.

Question number: 19

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If you get praised by your parents for making A’s in your college courses, the grades are

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Choice (5) Response

a.

positive reinforcers.

b.

negative reinforcers.

c.

an example of time out.

d.

an example of stimulus control.

e.

situationally controlled.

Question number: 20

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The basic assumption of behavior therapy is that

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a.

learned response causes problems, therefore, behavior can be changed by relearning.

b.

past experiences and emotional trauma must be probed before behavior can be changed.

c.

phobias can be created and dismantled.

d.

phobia cannot be created.

e.

deep understanding of one’s problems leads to behavior change.

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