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  1. Cognitive Therapy for Depression
  2. Aversive Conditioning
  3. Psychodynamic Theorists
  4. Latent Content
  5. Counterconditioning
  1. a A term used by psychoanalysts when using dream analysis in order to uncover unconscious conflicts. Revealed only as a result of a therapist's interpretive work.
  2. b Developed by Aaron Beck. Involves trying to get clients to engage in pursuits that will bring them success. This will alleviate the depression while also identifying and challenging the irrational ideas tat cause unhappiness.
  3. c 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.
  4. d Psychologists who have been influenced by Freud's work but have significantly modified his original theory.
  5. e Type of behavioral therapy. Pairs a habit a person wished to break with an unpleasant stimulus.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 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.
  2. Type of somatic therapy. Electric current is passed through both hemispheres of the brain.
  3. 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.
  4. Cognitive behavioral therapy developed by Albert Ellis. Therapists look to expose and confront the dysfunctional thoughts of their clients.
  5. Part 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.

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  1. Antipsychotic DrugsType of somatic therapy used to treat anxiety disorders. Act by depressing the activity of the central nervous system, making people feel more relaxed. Barbiturates (Miltown) and benzodiazepines (Xanax and Valium).

          

  2. Group TherapyFamiyl therapy is one common use of this.

          

  3. Systematic DesensitizationUsed by psychoanalysts to uncover unconscious conflicts. Involves saying whatever comes to mind withouth thinking. Based on the idea that we all constantly censor what we say, thereby allowing us to hide some of our thoughts from ourselves. If we force ourselves to say whatever pops into our minds, we are more likely to reveal clues about what is really bothering us by eluding the ego's defenses.

          

  4. Free AssociationUsed by psychoanalysts to uncover unconscious conflicts. Involves saying whatever comes to mind withouth thinking. Based on the idea that we all constantly censor what we say, thereby allowing us to hide some of our thoughts from ourselves. If we force ourselves to say whatever pops into our minds, we are more likely to reveal clues about what is really bothering us by eluding the ego's defenses.

          

  5. Somatic TreatmentsTherapies that produce bodily changes.