Pysch exam 2 chapter 9

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Psych exam 2 chapter 9
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  1. a collection of individuals whose association is founded o shared commonalities of interest, values, norms, or purpose. Membersihip in a group is generally by chance, by choice, or by circumstance.
    Group
  2. A form of psychosocial treatment in which a number of clients meet together with a therapist for purposes of sharing, gaining personal insight, and imporing interpersonal coping strategies
    group therapy
  3. Leaders that have personal goals for the group. They withhold information from group memebers, particularly issues that may interfere with achievement of their own objectives
    autocratic
  4. Leads that focuses on the memebers of the group. Information is shared with members in a n effort to allow them to make descisions regarding achieving the goals for the group
    democratic
  5. LeaderĀ approach is noninvolvement with undefined goals, no decisions made, no problems solved, productivity and moral are low
    laissz-faire
  6. A dramatic approach in which cliets become "actors" in life-situation scenarios
    psychodrama
  7. A group of individuals who are bound by strong emotional ties, a sense of belonging, and a passion for being involved in one another's lives
    Family
  8. A type of thereapeutic modality in which the focus of threatment is on the family as a unit. it represents a form of intervention in which memebers of a family are assisted to identify and exchangeproblematic, maladaptive, self-defeating, repetitive relationship patterns
    Family therapy
  9. assimilation by group members through mutual sharing and concern for each other
    altruism
  10. Individuals come to relize that they are not alone in the problems, thoughts, and feeling that they have experiencing
    universality
  11. open expression of feelings
    catharsis

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