5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Negative feedback
- Spearman Rho
- Freud, S.
- a Personality formed by age 5 during phallic stage. Children develop morality by identifying with same sex parent. This develops the superego.
- b automatic repetition of vocalizations of another person's words
- c a nonparametic correlational
- d takes family back to a comfortable balance and maintains homeostasis.
- e compares the observed value with the expected value. nonparametric test.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Ackerman: psychoanalytic approach, insight oriented
- Personality Testing; Concepts: Ink-blot, projective test; Study Basics: "Psychodiagnostics: A diagnostic test based on perception."
- Strategic family therapy. therapist joins the faily and forces them to respond differently to situations. Utilizes communication theory, systems theory, and behaviroism.
- The same result can come from different causes
- 1st level-uses labels for simple categorical data. Only mode present
5 True/False questions
non-summativity → family has an identity of its own and is more than the sum of its parts
Personality Disorders cluster B → dramatic: antisocial, borderline, histrioic, and narcissistic
Pearson's Rho → a nonparametic correlational
Conventinal → Children; (1) Obediance and Punishment Orientation; (2) Self-interest orientation
echopraxia → automatic repetition of movements