PSYCH 2000 Ch. 15 Exam

In an eating disorders clinic, patients receive poker chips for good eating behaviors such as finishing their meal, not exercising after their meal, and for appropriate behaviors on the unit. The patients can then use the poker chips they have earned to rent videos, computer games, or other items they wish to use. This best illustrates an application of:
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In an eating disorders clinic, patients receive poker chips for good eating behaviors such as finishing their meal, not exercising after their meal, and for appropriate behaviors on the unit. The patients can then use the poker chips they have earned to rent videos, computer games, or other items they wish to use. This best illustrates an application of:
Dr. Brophie helps depressed patients to become aware of their irrational negative thinking, encourages their gradually increasing participation in pleasant activities, and trains them to take increasingly more credit for the rewards they gain from engaging in those activities. Dr. Brophie's treatment approach best illustrates:
Erum suffers from obsessive-compulsive disorder. Her therapist has an eclectic approach and decides to use _____ treatments that have shown the greatest success with this disorder.cognitive-behavioral therapyWhich of the following therapies have been most effective for treating posttraumatic stress disorder and anxiety?cognitive therapy and cognitive-behavioral therapyEye movement desensitization reprocessing (EMDR) therapy was originally developed to help people who were suffering from:trauma.In one experiment, Asian-American clients were more likely to perceive counselor empathy if their counselor:shared the clients' cultural values.Chandler has been struggling with personal issues and has decided to seek help at a mental health clinic. Unfortunately, he was put on a waiting list and told he would likely have to wait several weeks before he could meet with a therapist. According to Eysenck's findings, what do you predict will happen to Chandler?Chances are good that he will improve during this waiting period.Because she mistakenly believes that the herbal remedy she is using will help her lose weight, Mrs. Reed is feeling a considerable reduction in her appetite. This best illustrates:the placebo effect.Therapists demonstrate _____ by sensing and reflecting their client's feelings.empathyStephanie's doctor told her that she should not drink alcohol while taking Xanax. This is because antianxiety agents such as Xanax:depress central nervous system activity.The effects of this biomedical intervention are irreversible.psychosurgeryWhich of the following drugs is MOST likely to provide schizophrenia patients with some relief from their auditory hallucinations and paranoia?Thorazine_____ is a surgical procedure that involves cutting the nerves connecting the frontal lobes to the emotion-controlling centers of the inner brain in violent psychiatric patients.A lobotomyPsychopharmacology involves the study of how:drugs affect mind and behavior.These drugs are increasingly used to treat anxiety disorders, OCD, and PTSD.These drugs are increasingly used to treat anxiety disorders, OCD, and PTSD.A patient recently admitted to the hospital is complaining of auditory hallucinations. She might be treated with:Thorazine._____ involves surgery that removes or destroys brain tissue.Psychosurgery