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  1. Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT)
  2. Manifest Content
  3. Antidepressant Drugs
  4. Flooding
  5. Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT or RET)
  1. a Cognitive behavioral therapy developed by Albert Ellis. Therapists look to expose and confront the dysfunctional thoughts of their clients.
  2. b Type of somatic therapy. Electric current is passed through both hemispheres of the brain.
  3. c Somatic therapy used to treat mood disorders. Three most common kinds of drugs used to treat unipolar depression are tricyclic antidepressants, monoamine oxidase (MAO) inhibitors, and serotonin-reuptake-inhibitor drugs (SSRIs, most notably Prozac). All tend to increase the activity of serotonin.
  4. d Type of behavioral therapy. Involves having the client address the most frightening scenario first. Produces tremendous anxiety.
  5. e Used by psychoanalysts when using dream analysis in order to uncover unconscious conflicts.

    What a patient reports about a dream.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. A type of behavioral therapy. A kind of classical conditioning developed by Mary Cover Jones in which an unpleasant conditioned response is replaced with a pleasant one.
  2. Therapeutic technique developed by Sigmund Freud. This type of theorists views the cause of disorders as unconscious conflicts. May use free association, dream analysis.
  3. Created client-centered therapy, also known as person-centered therapy. Hinges on the therapist providing the client with what Rogers termed unconditional positive regard.
  4. The most intrusive and rarest form of somatic therapy.
  5. Important element of client-centered therapy developed by Carl Rogers. Blanket acceptance and support of a person regardless of what the person says or does.

5 True/False questions

  1. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)Combines the ideas and techniques of cognitive and behavioral psychologists. One example is rational emotive behavior therapy, developed by Albert Ellis. Therapists look to expose and confront the dysfunctional thoughts of their clients.


  2. Free AssociationUsed to uncover unconscious conflicts. Ask their patients to describe their dreams. Since the go's defenses are relaxed during sleep, they hope the dreams will help the therapist see what is at the root of the patient's problem.


  3. TransferenceIn the course of therapy, patients begin to have strong feelings toward their therapists.


  4. Anxiety HierarchyPart of the process of systematic desensitization. Therapist and client work together to construct an anxiety hierarchy, a rank-ordered list of what the client fears, starting with the least frightening and ending with the most frightening.


  5. Cognitive TherapiesLocate the cause of psychological problems in the way people think. Concentrate on changing unhealthy thought patterns. Involves challenging the irrational thinking patterns of patients.


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