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  1. The psychosocial perspective is not at all compatible with the psychosexual view of development
    F
  2. Children who do not experience the opportunity to differenitiate self fromothers may later develop a narcissistic personality disorder
    T
  3. The contemporary trends in psychoanalytic theory are reflected in object-relations theroy, the self psychology model, and the relational model
    T
  4. Brief psychodynamic therapists assume a neutral therapeutic stance as a way to promote transference
    F
  5. Analytic therapy is oriented towards acheiving insight
    T
  6. Working through is achieved almost totally by catharsis, including getting out deeply buried emotions
    F
  7. From the Freudian perspective, resistance is typically a conscious process
    F
  8. The approach of Erikson is known as object relations theory
    F
  9. Object relations theroists focus on symbiosis, separation, differentiation, and integration
    T
  10. In object relations theroy there is an emphasis on early development as a decisive factor influencing later development
    T
  11. Who of the following is not considered an object relations theoriest
    A. Heinz Kohut
    B. Otto Kernberg
    C. Erik Erikson
    D. Margaret Mahler
    C. Erik Erikson
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  12. Which of the following is not considered a contemporary psychoanalytic approach:
    A. object relations theory
    B. self psychology
    C. relational psychoanalysis
    D. classical psychoanalysis
    D. Classical psychoanalysis
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  13. Which of the following is not a characteristic of the newer psychoanalytic thinking

    A. focus is on the differentiations between the integration of the self and others
    B. people are classified as compliant, aggressive, or detached types
    C. Emphasis is on the origins, transformations, and organizational functions of the self
    D. Early development is seen as critical to understanding later development
    E. the contrasting experiences of others is highlighted
    B. people are classified as compliant, aggressive, or detached types
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  14. All of the following are concepts developed by Carl Jung except
    A. collective unconcious
    B. the sahdow
    C. normal infantile autism
    D. animus and anima
    E. archetypes
    C. normal infantile autism
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  15. According to Erikson's psychosocial view, the struggle between industry and infereiority occurs during
    a. adolescence
    b. old age
    c school age
    d infancy
    e middle age
    c school age
  16. Erikson's preschool age phase corresponds to which Freudian stage
    a. oral
    b anal
    c phallic
    d latency
    e genital
    c phallic
  17. Which term refers to the repetition of interpretations and the overcoming of resistance so that clients can resolve neurotic patterns
    A catharsis
    B countertransference
    C acting out
    D working through
    E transference
    D working through
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  18. Analysis of transference is central to psychoanalysis because it 
    A helps clients formulate specific plans to change behavior
    B keeps the therapist hidden and thus feeling secure
    C allows clients to relive their past in therapy and to gain insight
    D is the best way to understand one's lifestyle
    E is considered the only way to get at unconcious material
    C allows clients to relive their past and to gain instight
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  19. In brief psychodynamic therapy (BPT) the therapist
    A avoids treating any underlying issue
    B deals exclusively with a single presenting problem
    C assumes a nondirective and even passive role
    D assumes an active role in quickly formulating a therapeutic focus that goes beyond hte surface of presenting problmes
    D assumes an active role in quickly formulating a therapeutic focus that goes beyond hte surface of presenting problmes
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  20. With respect to applying the psychoanalytica approach to group counseling which statements are true:
    a psychodynamic group therapy is becoming increasingly popular
    b members can profit from identifying and exploring their transferences within the group
    c projections onto the therapist and other members provide a clue to a member's unresolved conflicts
    d one's way of relating with the group provides clues to patterns outside of the group
    e all of the above
    e all of the above
  21. borderline and narcisisistic disorders have been given attention by
    a traditional psychoanalysis
    b Jungian therapy
    c object relations theory
    d Erkson's developmental approach
    e none of the above
    c. object relations theroy
  22. During psychoanalytic treatment, clients are typically asked
    A to make major changes in their lifestyle
    B to give up their friendships
    C to monitor their behaviorla changes by keeping a journal that describes whta they do at home and at work
    D not to make radical changes in their lifestyle
    e none of the above
    D not to make radical changes in their lifestyle
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  23. Countertransferrence refers to 
    A the projections of the client
    B the client's need to be special in the therapists eyes
    C the irrational reaction clients have toward their therapist
    D all except a
    E the irrational reactions therapists have toward their clients
    E the irrational reactions therapists have towards their clients
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  24. "maintaining the analytic framework' refers to
    a the whole range of procedural factors in the treatment process
    b the analysts relative anonymity
    c agreement on the payment of fees
    d the regularlity and consistency of meetings
    e all of the above
    e all of the above
  25. In psychoanalytic therapy (as opposed to classical analysis) which of the following procedures is least likely to be used
    a client lying on the couch
    b working with transference feelings
    c relating present struggles with past events
    d working with dreams
    e interpretation of resistance
    a. the client lying on the couch
  26. Adlerian therapy is well suited to a brief or time-limited approach
    T
  27. the concepts and techniques of the Adlerian approach are highly applicable to group counseling
    T
  28. In Adlerian, Striving for superiority is seen as neurotic manifestation
    F
  29. Adler maintains that our style of life is not set until middle age
    F
  30. Adleriean therapy is flexible, and it can be tailored to work with culturally diverse clients
    T
  31. Adlerian counselors do not make interpretations
    F
  32. Adlerians place relatively little importance on the quality of the client-therapist relationship
    F
  33. In Adlerian, Analysis and assessment are a basic part of the counseling process
    T
  34. In Adlerian, Insight is best defined as understanding translated into action
    T
  35. Adlerians believe childhood experiences in themsevles are the decisive factor in shaping personality
    F
  36. According to Adler, childhood experiences
    A in themselves are not as crucial as our attitude toward these experiences
    B determine the adult personality 
    C passively shape us
    D should provide the focus of therapy
    E are not relevant to the practice of counseling
    A in themselves are not as crucial as our attitude toward these experiences
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  37. The adlerian point of view toward the role of insight in therapy is best stated in this way
    A cognitive understanding is absolutely essential before signifcant behavior changes can occur
    B insight is a prerequisite to any personality change
    C emotional insight must precede intellectual insight
    D people will not make changes until they know the precise causes of their personality problems
    E to be of value, insight must be translated into a constructive action program
    C emotional insight must precede intellectual insight
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  38. Which of the following statemtns is not true as it is applied to Adlerian therapy?
    A feelings of infereiority can be the wellspring of creativity
    B consciousness, not the unconcious is the center of personality
    C early influences can predispose the child to a faulty lifestyle
    D the approach is groudned ont he medical model
    E it is a phenomenological and humanistic orientation
    D the approach is groudned on the medical model
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  39. Which of the following comes closest to the therapeutic goal of Adlerians
    A experiencing feelings as intensely as possible
    B behavior modification
    C motivation modification
    D engaging in solution-talk instead of problem-talk
    E reauthoring one's life story
    C motivation modification
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  40. The lifestyle assessment includes information based on
    A the family constellation
    B all of the avove
    C birth order
    D mistaken, self-defeating perceptions
    E early recollections
    B all of the above
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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