← Psych Vocab #5 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Behavioral Therapy
- Cognitive Therapy
- Eclectic Psychotherapy
- Cognitive Development
- a A type of therapy that assumes that disordered behavior is learned ant that symptom relief is achieved through changing overt maladaptive behaviors into more constructive behaviors.
- b Treatment that draws on techniques from different forms of therapy, depending on the client and the problem.
- c The emergence of the ability to understand the world.
- d A form of psychotherapy that involves helping a client identify and correct in distorted thinking about self, others, or the world.
- e Theories about or models of the way the world works.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Disorder characterized by deeply ingrained, inflexible patterns of thinking, feeling, or relating to others or controlling impulses that cause distress or impaired functioning.
- Therapy in which multiple participants (who often do not know one another at the outset) work on the their individual problems in a group atmosphere.
- The idea that individuals who are prone to depression automatically attribute negative experiences to causes that are internal, stable, and global.
- An approach to treatment that involves confronting an emotion-arousing stimulus directly and repeatedly, ultimately leading to a decrease in the emotional response.
- Suggests that a person might be predisposed for a mental disorder that remains unexpressed until triggered by stress.
5 True/False Questions
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy → A blend of cognitive and behavioral therapeutic strategies.
Attachment → Theories about or models of the way the world works.
Accommodation → The process by which infants revise their schemas in light of new information.
Developmental Psychology → The study of continuity and change across the lifespan.
Comorbidity → The co-occurrence of two or more disorders in a single individual.