Clinical Psychology Lecture 13 study questions

Approximately _______ percent of people treated with Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) for Panic Disorder no longer experience panic attacks at the end of treatment.
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Which of the following is TRUE about CBT for panic disorder?
Cognitive restructuring targets the underestimation of the likelihood of negative
outcomes of panic attacks
Exposure typically begins with the most anxiety-provoking exercise
Relapse prevention is completed at the end of treatment
Clients learn progressive muscle relaxation and breathing retraining
Exposure involves facing physical symptoms of panic attacks but not feared activities or
According to cognitive-behavioral theorists,Thoughts mediate the links between events and emotions Thoughts and emotions have a bi-directional relationshipTrue or False: One of the goals in CBT for panic disorder is to articulate and evaluate negative automatic thoughts.trueIn response to chest pain, a person who does not have panic disorder might have which of the following thoughts?I have indigestion I have strained some chest muscles I am stressedTrue or False: Exposure is the most critical component of CBT for panic disorder, according to the research literature.trueIn the exposure component of CBT for panic disorder, the client creates a hierarchy of exercises that cause symptoms similar to their panic attacks and then:Starts with the least scary exercise and repeats it until the client habituates to the exercise and then moves up the hierarchyTrue or False: After clients with panic disorder complete the agoraphobia hierarchy, they move to the naturally occurring situations hierarchy, and then the physical symptoms hierarchy.falseTrue or False: Exposure therapy is assumed to be effective because the client habituates to feared symptoms, activities, and situations.trueRelapse prevention involves planning for which of the following circumstances in panic disorder?Anticipating what might trigger significant symptoms Identifying high-risk situations for the client Developing plans for how to cope with significant symptoms