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  1. Serotonin affects what?"
    • Sleep
    • Mood
    • Appetite
    • Sex
  2. Acetylcholine is involved in what?"
    • voluntary movement
    • memory
    • "
  3. Dopamine is involved in what?"
    • schizophrenia
    • parkinson's
    • "
  4. What is STEP?"
    • Systematic Training in Effective Parenting
    • -Natural consequences
    • -Goals of child's bx
    • "
  5. What is the Zeigarnik effect?
    people will remember unfinished tasks better than finished ones
  6. What is the preoperational child?"
    • age 2-7
    • ego centric
    • intuitive thought
    • uses symbolic activity
    • "
  7. what is response cost?"
    • when someone losses something for misbehavior
    • "
  8. what is preconventional morality?"
    • kohlberg's first level
    • avoid punishment / get rewards
    • substages are:
    • punishment-obedience
    • instrumental hedonism
  9. What is conventional morality?"
    • kolhlberg's 2nd stage
    • social approval
    • substages:
    • good boy/ good girl
    • law and order
    • "
  10. what is postconventional morality?"
    • kohlberg's 3rd stage
    • stages:
    • morality of contract
    • right and laws
    • morality of conscience
    • "
  11. what are sue & sue's stages of acculturation?"
    • 1-conformity (prefers dominant culture)
    • 2-Dissonance (question dominant culture)
    • 3-Resistance & Immersion (reject majority culture)
    • 4-Integrative Acceptance (accept both cultures)
    • "
  12. what is retrograde amnesia?
    loss of memory of events before trauma
  13. what is anterograde amnesia?
    loss of memory of events occurring after trauma
  14. what is Kluver-Bucy Syndrome?"
    • lesions in amygdala(in limbic system-temporal lobe)
    • placidity, apathy, increased appetite, hypersexuality, agnosias.
  15. what is job enrichment?"
    • giving employee more responsibility & involvement
    • increases satisfaction and performance
    • "
  16. what are the stages of group therapy?"
    • 1-hesitant participation, search for meaning, dependency
    • 2- conflicts, dominance, rebellion
    • 3- cohesiveness
  17. what is crystallized intelligence?"
    gained through experience


    (WAIS) vocabulary, information, comprehension
  18. what is fluid intelligence?"
    • problem solving and organization of intelligence
    • (WAIS) picture arrangement, digit symbol, & object assembly
  19. what are the Pariental lobes responsible for?
    • somatosensory information:
    • touch, pain, temp, proprioception
  20. what is DRO?"
    • Differential reinforcement for other behaviors
    • ex. child is ignored when whining
    • and praised when polite
    • "
  21. what is job enlargement?"
    • increasing variety of tasks
    • increases satisfaction
    • not performance
    • "
  22. what is the right hemisphere responsible for?
    perceptual, visuospatial, artistic, musical, intuitive activities
  23. concrete operational stage
    • age 7-11
    • concrete concepts (not hypothetical concepts)
    • Reversibility
  24. Irvin Yalom 1985 felt the most important therapeutic factors in groups were:
    A) altruism, installation of hope
    B) cohesiveness, altruism, universality
    C) interpersonal learning, catharsis, and cohesiveness
    D) installation of hope, catharsis, existential factors
    C) interpersonal learning, catharsis, and cohesiveness
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  25. A primary reinforcer is the same as:
    A) a conditioned reinforcer
    B) the first reinforcer used
    C) psuedoconditioning
    D) an unconditioned reinforcer
    D) an unconditioned reinforcer
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  26. A patient with Parkinson's disease is experiencing tremors. What transmitter is probably involved?
    dopamine
  27. J. Berry, who views acculturation as a multidimensional construct, would describe an integrated client as one who:
    A) gets along with others in the workplace
    B) rejects the mainstream culture but has a high retention of the minority culture
    C) has a low retention of the minority culture
    D) has high maintenance of the mainstream culture
    D) has high maintenance of the mainstream culture
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  28. Eric Berne feels which of the following reflects a person's characteristic pattern of giving and receiving strokes?
    A) life position
    B) transaction
    C) script
    D) ego state
    C) script (interaction between 2 ppl)
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  29. A self-report inventory that assesses general psychiatric symptoms on a Likert-type scale is the:
    A) MMPI-II
    B) MCMI-III
    C) Rorscharch
    D) SCL-90
    D) SCL-90
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  30. what is quality assurance review?
    strategic assessment of an internal audit function, including its infrastructure, staff experience, and performance relative to business goals, best practices, and applicable standards.

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