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Chapter 13 clinical
Mean gestational age of delivery
Identical or Monozygotic twins
Identical twins arise from cleavage of?
Most twins are
36 weeks
split embryo
single fertilized egg at different stages in embryogenesis
monochorionic, diamnionic
Mean gestational age of delivery
36 weeks
Identical or Monozygotic twins
split embryo
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Chapter 13 Clinical Psychology
A psychotherapy developed by Carl Roge…
One of the three therapist characteris…
A technique described by Frankl in whi…
An approach to psychology that views i…
Client Centered Therapy
Congruence
de-reflection
Humanism
A psychotherapy developed by Carl Roge…
Client Centered Therapy
One of the three therapist characteris…
Congruence
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Clinical Psychology chapter 13
Client-centered therapy
Congruence
De-reflection
empathy
A psychotherapy developed by Carl Rogers that emphasizes the…
One of the three therapist characteristics considered essenti…
A technique described by Frankl in which the client is instru…
One of the three therapist characteristics considered essenti…
Client-centered therapy
A psychotherapy developed by Carl Rogers that emphasizes the…
Congruence
One of the three therapist characteristics considered essenti…
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Chapter 13 Clinical Terms
Anastomosis
angiospasm
arteriography
aystole
connection between two blood vessels, sometimes produced surg…
muscular spasm in the wall of a blood vessel
injection of radiopaque solution into the vascular system for…
condition in which the myocardium fails to contract
Anastomosis
connection between two blood vessels, sometimes produced surg…
angiospasm
muscular spasm in the wall of a blood vessel
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Chapter 13 Clinical
autoimmune diseases
Sjögren syndrome
sensitization
hypersensitivity
disorders in which the immune response is directed against th…
autoimmune disease marked by degeneration of the salivary and…
a reaction in which specific antibodies develop in response t…
abnormal overreaction to an allergen
autoimmune diseases
disorders in which the immune response is directed against th…
Sjögren syndrome
autoimmune disease marked by degeneration of the salivary and…
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chapter 13 clinical
clinical neuropsychology
premobid functioning
halstead-reitan battery
benefits of standardized testing
• neuropsychology; the study of how brain structures/cognitiv…
- before the onset of the disorder
• Approach to neuropsychological assessment in the United Sta…
• Comprehensive and their standardization is useful for resea…
clinical neuropsychology
• neuropsychology; the study of how brain structures/cognitiv…
premobid functioning
- before the onset of the disorder
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Clinical terms chapter 13
Anastomosis
Angiospasm
Arteriography
Asystole
Connection between two blood vessels, sometimes produced surg…
Muscular spasm in the wall of a blood vessel
Injection of radiopaque solution into the vascular system for…
Failure of the myocardium to contract
Anastomosis
Connection between two blood vessels, sometimes produced surg…
Angiospasm
Muscular spasm in the wall of a blood vessel
Chapter 13 Clinical Terms
anastomosis
angiospasm
arteriography
asystole
connection between two blood vessels sometimes produced surgi…
muscular spasm in the wall of a blood vessel
injection of radiopaque solution into the vascular system for…
failure of the myocardium to contract
anastomosis
connection between two blood vessels sometimes produced surgi…
angiospasm
muscular spasm in the wall of a blood vessel
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Clinical Chapter 13
Conditions of worth
Congruence
Empathy
Existential psychotherapy
the stipulations that individuals may place on their positive…
consistency between the real self and the ideal self, the sou…
one of the three essential therapeutic conditions, the therap…
an approach, related to humanistic approach, that centers on…
Conditions of worth
the stipulations that individuals may place on their positive…
Congruence
consistency between the real self and the ideal self, the sou…
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Chapter 13 Clinical Terms
Anastomosis
Angiospasm
Arteriography
Asystole
Connection between two blood vessels, sometimes produced surg…
Muscular spasm in the wall of a blood vessel
Injection of radiopaque solution into the vascular system for…
Failure of the myocardium to contract
Anastomosis
Connection between two blood vessels, sometimes produced surg…
Angiospasm
Muscular spasm in the wall of a blood vessel
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Clinical Vocab Chapter 13
Pupil
Iris
Cornea
Lens
Dark opening of the eye where light passes through
Muscle around the pupil that controls amount of light let in
Transparent layer of tissue that covers the anterior eyeball
Transparent structure behind the pupil
Pupil
Dark opening of the eye where light passes through
Iris
Muscle around the pupil that controls amount of light let in
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Chapter 13: Clinical Features of the Gingiva
Stippling
Inflammation
Gingivitis
Bulbous papilla
Dimpled appearance
The body's reaction to the bacterial infection of the gingiva…
An inflammation of the gingiva often causing the tissue to be…
A papilla that is enlarged and appears to bulge out of the in…
Stippling
Dimpled appearance
Inflammation
The body's reaction to the bacterial infection of the gingiva…
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Chapter 13 Clinical Terms
Anastomosis
Angiospasm
Arteriography
Asystole
Connection between two blood vessels, sometimes produced surg…
Muscular spasm in the wall of a blood vessel
Injection of radiopaque solution into the vascular system for…
Condition in which the myocardium fails to contract
Anastomosis
Connection between two blood vessels, sometimes produced surg…
Angiospasm
Muscular spasm in the wall of a blood vessel
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Clinical Psychology Chapter 13
client-centered therapy
congruence
de-reflection
emotion-focused therapy
a psychotherapy developed by Carl Rogers that emphasizes the…
one of the three therapist characteristics considered essenti…
a technique described by Frankl in which the client is instru…
a psychotherapy that integrates the client-centered and Gesta…
client-centered therapy
a psychotherapy developed by Carl Rogers that emphasizes the…
congruence
one of the three therapist characteristics considered essenti…
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Chapter 13 Clinical Terms
Anastomosis
Aniospasm
Arteriography
Asystole
Connection between two blood vessels, sometimes produced surg…
Muscular spasm in the wall of a blood vessel
Injection of radiopaque solution into the vascular system for…
Failure of the myocardium contract
Anastomosis
Connection between two blood vessels, sometimes produced surg…
Aniospasm
Muscular spasm in the wall of a blood vessel
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Clinical terms chapter 13
Anastomosis
Angiospasm
Arteriography
Asystole
Connective between two blood vessels sometimes produced surgi…
Muscular spasm in the wall of a blood vessel
Injection of radio-plaque solution into the vascular system f…
Failure of the myocardium to contract
Anastomosis
Connective between two blood vessels sometimes produced surgi…
Angiospasm
Muscular spasm in the wall of a blood vessel
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Clinical Psychology chapter 13
Client-centered therapy
Congruence
De-reflection
empathy
A psychotherapy developed by Carl Rogers that emphasizes the…
One of the three therapist characteristics considered essenti…
A technique described by Frankl in which the client is instru…
One of the three therapist characteristics considered essenti…
Client-centered therapy
A psychotherapy developed by Carl Rogers that emphasizes the…
Congruence
One of the three therapist characteristics considered essenti…
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Clinical psychology chapter 13
Caral Rogers
Client centered therapy
Phenomenology
Self-Actualization
-the founder of client centered therapy ... -self was s critical…
-person centered therapy
refers to personal or subjective experience of a person
provides the forward movement in life
Caral Rogers
-the founder of client centered therapy ... -self was s critical…
Client centered therapy
-person centered therapy
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Microbiology Fundamentals: A Clinical Approach, 2nd ed. by Cowan Chapter 13
Third line of defense
Immunocompetence
Antigens/immunogens
Two features of specific immune response
Adaptive immunity acquired only after an immunizing event suc…
The ability of the body to react with countless foreign subst…
Molecules that stimulate a response by B and T cells... Protein…
Specificity and memory... Antibodies produced against the chick…
Third line of defense
Adaptive immunity acquired only after an immunizing event suc…
Immunocompetence
The ability of the body to react with countless foreign subst…
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Clinical Chemistry Chapter 13
Compounds that contain C, H, and O are
Carbohydrates can be classified based on
Carbohydrates grouped based on the num…
Models used to represent carbohydrates
carbohydrates
size of the base carbon chain... location of the CO functional g…
3 = trioses... 4 = tetroses... 5 = pentoses... 6 = hexoses
fisher projection (straight chain)... haworth projection (Cyclic…
Compounds that contain C, H, and O are
carbohydrates
Carbohydrates can be classified based on
size of the base carbon chain... location of the CO functional g…
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Chapter 13: Clinical Features of the Gingiva
Stippling
Inflammation
Gingivitis
Bulbous papilla
Dimpled appearance
The body's reaction to the bacterial infection of the gingiva…
An inflammation of the gingiva often causing the tissue to be…
A papilla that is enlarged and appears to bulge out of the in…
Stippling
Dimpled appearance
Inflammation
The body's reaction to the bacterial infection of the gingiva…
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Clinical Psychology chapter 13
Client-centered therapy
Congruence
De-reflection
empathy
A psychotherapy developed by Carl Rogers that emphasizes the…
One of the three therapist characteristics considered essenti…
A technique described by Frankl in which the client is instru…
One of the three therapist characteristics considered essenti…
Client-centered therapy
A psychotherapy developed by Carl Rogers that emphasizes the…
Congruence
One of the three therapist characteristics considered essenti…
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Clinical Chapter 13
What is usually the causative organism…
What indicates a dermatophyte infection?
What 2 medications do you use for fung…
What antibiotic do you use in tinea pe…
T. rubrum
Scaly, silvery-white scales
Terbinafine... Butenafine
Econazole
What is usually the causative organism…
T. rubrum
What indicates a dermatophyte infection?
Scaly, silvery-white scales
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Chapter 13 Clinical Procedures
Antiglobulin test
Bleeding Time
Coagulation Time
Complete Blood Count (CBC)
Test for the presence of anitbodies that coat and damage eryt…
Time required for blood to stop flowing from a tiny puncture…
Time required for venous blood to clot in a test tube.
Determination of numbers of blood cells, hemoglobin concentra…
Antiglobulin test
Test for the presence of anitbodies that coat and damage eryt…
Bleeding Time
Time required for blood to stop flowing from a tiny puncture…
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chapter 13; clinical & aids
brady-
diastol-
-gram
papill-
slow
dilation
something written
nipples
brady-
slow
diastol-
dilation
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chapter 13 clinical procedures
antiglobulin test
bleeding time
coagulation time
complete blood count
test for the presence of antibodies that coat and damage eryt…
time required for blood to stop flowing from a tiny puncture…
time required for venous blood to clot in a test tube
determination of numbers of blood cells, hemoglobin concentra…
antiglobulin test
test for the presence of antibodies that coat and damage eryt…
bleeding time
time required for blood to stop flowing from a tiny puncture…
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Chapter 13: clinical procedures
microscopic exam of a stained blood sm…
percentage of red blood cells in a vol…
determines the number of clotting cell…
time required for venous blood to clot…
red blood cell morphology
hematocrit
platelet count
coagulation time
microscopic exam of a stained blood sm…
red blood cell morphology
percentage of red blood cells in a vol…
hematocrit
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Chapter 13 Clinical Psycholgy
client-centered therapy
congruence
de-relection
Emotion-Focused therapy
psychotherapy developed by carl Roger's that emphasizes the i…
one of the three therapist characteristics considered essenti…
a technique described by Frankl in which the client is instru…
a psychotherapy that integrates the client-centered and Gesta…
client-centered therapy
psychotherapy developed by carl Roger's that emphasizes the i…
congruence
one of the three therapist characteristics considered essenti…
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Clinical Procedures chapter 13
Large intestine
Function of lg intestine
Melena
Occult blood
Cecum leads into adcending colon and joibs Ileum which is par…
Absorption of water and prep of fecal material for eliminatio…
Black and tar like from blood 50ml or greater in stool
Hidden or nonvisible
Large intestine
Cecum leads into adcending colon and joibs Ileum which is par…
Function of lg intestine
Absorption of water and prep of fecal material for eliminatio…
Clinical Psychology - Chapter 13
Humanism
Humanistic Concepts: Clinical Implicat…
Goals of Humanistic Psychotherapy
Three Essential Therapeutic Conditions
• Carl Rogers was a leading figure... o Abraham Maslow was anoth…
• People have an inborn tendency toward self-actualization... •…
• Primary goal of humanistic psychotherapy is to foster self-…
• Empathy... o The therapist is able to sense the client's emoti…
Humanism
• Carl Rogers was a leading figure... o Abraham Maslow was anoth…
Humanistic Concepts: Clinical Implicat…
• People have an inborn tendency toward self-actualization... •…
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Clinical Psych - Chapter 13
client-centered therapy
congruence
de-reflection
emotion-focused therapy
a psychotherapy developed my Carl Rodgers that emphasizes the…
one of the three therapist characteristics considered essenti…
a technique described by Frankl in which the client is instru…
a psychotherapy that integrates the client-centered and Gesta…
client-centered therapy
a psychotherapy developed my Carl Rodgers that emphasizes the…
congruence
one of the three therapist characteristics considered essenti…
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Clinical & Counseling Chapter 13
Psychodynamic and Psychoanalytic
Oral Stage
Anal Stage
Phallic Stage
there is a less emphasis of sex and the relationship may be m…
(Trust) or else dependency
(Control) or else ocd, uptight, control issues - or incredibl…
(Self-Esteem) edipus and elctra complex has turned off people…
Psychodynamic and Psychoanalytic
there is a less emphasis of sex and the relationship may be m…
Oral Stage
(Trust) or else dependency
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Chapter 13: Clinical Microbiology
clinical microbiology
infectious disease
communicable disease
Class 1 infectious disease
deals with the spread of infectious disease, its mechanisms o…
disease caused by some type of microorgamism that can invade…
contagious diseases; disease that can be spread from one infe…
diseases that are never reported to health officials, regardl…
clinical microbiology
deals with the spread of infectious disease, its mechanisms o…
infectious disease
disease caused by some type of microorgamism that can invade…
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Chapter 13 clinical procedures
Antiglobulin test (Coombs test)
Bleeding time
Coagulation time
Complete blood count (cbc)
Test for presence of antibodies that coat and damage erythroc…
Time required for blood to stop flowing from a tiny puncture…
Time required for venous blood to clot
Number of all blood cells
Antiglobulin test (Coombs test)
Test for presence of antibodies that coat and damage erythroc…
Bleeding time
Time required for blood to stop flowing from a tiny puncture…
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Chapter 13- Clinical Lecture
List five causes of blood in the stool
Define the term melena and explain wha…
What is occult blood?
What is the primary reason for screeni…
Hemorrhoids, diverticulitis, polyps, colitis, upper GI ulcers.
Stool is black and tar-like caused by oxidation of the iron i…
Hidden, non-visible blood
Colorectal cancer
List five causes of blood in the stool
Hemorrhoids, diverticulitis, polyps, colitis, upper GI ulcers.
Define the term melena and explain wha…
Stool is black and tar-like caused by oxidation of the iron i…
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Chapter 13 Applications in Clinical Psychology
Deductive strategies
Deductive strategies:... Logical-content…
Deductive strategies:... Theoretical stra…
Empirical strategies
Use reason and deductive logic to determine the meaning of a…
-Use reason in development of personality measures -logically…
Begins with theory, test items have to be consistent with the…
Rely on data collection and statistical analyses to determine…
Deductive strategies
Use reason and deductive logic to determine the meaning of a…
Deductive strategies:... Logical-content…
-Use reason in development of personality measures -logically…
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clinical connections chapter 13
spinal tap
Erb duchenne palsy
wrist drop
clawhand
long hollow needle inserted into subarachnoid matter to withd…
waiters tip position... adducted arm, elbow extended, forearm…
inability to extend the wrist and fingers caused by injury to…
inability to adduct or abduct fingers
spinal tap
long hollow needle inserted into subarachnoid matter to withd…
Erb duchenne palsy
waiters tip position... adducted arm, elbow extended, forearm…
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Clinical Terms (Chapter 13, 15, 16, 17)
alpha1-receptor agonists
alpha2-receptor agonists
beta-adrenergic blockers
parasympathetic blocking agents
Drugs used to treat HYPOtension (low-blood pressure) by stimu…
Drugs used to treat HYPERtension (high blood pressure) by sti…
Drugs that decrease heart rate and force of contraction, lowe…
Drugs that target the muscarinic receptors at neuromuscular a…
alpha1-receptor agonists
Drugs used to treat HYPOtension (low-blood pressure) by stimu…
alpha2-receptor agonists
Drugs used to treat HYPERtension (high blood pressure) by sti…
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Chapter 13: Clinical Features of the Gingiva
Stippling
Inflammation
Gingivitis
Bulbous papilla
Dimpled appearance
The body's reaction to the bacterial infection of the gingiva…
An inflammation of the gingiva often causing the tissue to be…
A papilla that is enlarged and appears to bulge out of the in…
Stippling
Dimpled appearance
Inflammation
The body's reaction to the bacterial infection of the gingiva…
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MCC Clinical Chemistry Chapter 13
Cofactors
Inhibitors
Creatine Kinase (CK)
CK-BB
Helpers... nonproteins that must bind to enzymes before reaction…
substances that interfere with enzymatic reaction... competitive…
Skeletal Muscle... Heart Muscle... Brain Tissue... Specifically AMI an…
Brain Tissue... Migrates fastest on electrophoresis
Cofactors
Helpers... nonproteins that must bind to enzymes before reaction…
Inhibitors
substances that interfere with enzymatic reaction... competitive…
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Clinical Anatomy and Physiology- Chapter 13: The Nervous System
Nervous System
Central Nervous System
Peripheral Nervous System
Nerve
A complex communication and control system that monitors an a…
CNS - The brain and the spinal cord.
PNS - nerves out side of the central nervous system (i.e., ou…
A bundle of myelinated nerve fibers in the peripheral nervous…
Nervous System
A complex communication and control system that monitors an a…
Central Nervous System
CNS - The brain and the spinal cord.
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Clinical Psychology: Chapter 13
client-centered therapy
phenomenology
what does client-centered therapy aim…
what is a critical concept of Roger's…
(AKA person-centered therapy)... this therapy focuses on accepta…
subjective experience of a person
growth potential
the self
client-centered therapy
(AKA person-centered therapy)... this therapy focuses on accepta…
phenomenology
subjective experience of a person
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Clinical Questions Chapter 13
Precise realignment of cut, regenerate…
He would have problems dorsiflexing hi…
Damage to the brachial plexus occurred…
The left trochlear nerve (IV), which i…
In 1962 a boy playing in a train yard fell under a train. His…
Jefferson, a football quarterback, suffered torn menisci in h…
As Harry fell off a ladder, he grabbed a tree branch with his…
Mr. Frank, a former stroke victim who had made a remarkable r…
Precise realignment of cut, regenerate…
In 1962 a boy playing in a train yard fell under a train. His…
He would have problems dorsiflexing hi…
Jefferson, a football quarterback, suffered torn menisci in h…
Chapter 13 Clinical Conditions
What are disorders of muscles?
What is disorder in neuromuscular junc…
Myasthenia gravis treatment
MD is characterized by?
MD or myopathies
Myasthenia graves
improve neuromuscular transmission and improve muscle strengt…
progressive destruction of muscle tissue
What are disorders of muscles?
MD or myopathies
What is disorder in neuromuscular junc…
Myasthenia graves
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Chapter 13 Clinical Features of the Gingiva
Inflammation
Stippling
generalized inflammation
Papillary inflammation
is the body's reaction to the bacterial infection of the ging…
The dimpled appearance, similar to an orange peel, that may b…
Involves all or most of the tissues in the mouth. (Ch. 13 - p…
Involves the interdental papilla only.... (pg. 231)... -Alicja Kacz…
Inflammation
is the body's reaction to the bacterial infection of the ging…
Stippling
The dimpled appearance, similar to an orange peel, that may b…
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Chapter 13 Clinical Related Terms
Aneurysm
Arteriosclerosis
Atherosclerosis
Edema
a bulge in the weakened wall of a blood vessel, generally and…
a condition characterized by the thickening and toughening of…
a type of arteriosclerosis characterized by changes in the en…
an abnormal accumulation of fluid in the peripheral tissues
Aneurysm
a bulge in the weakened wall of a blood vessel, generally and…
Arteriosclerosis
a condition characterized by the thickening and toughening of…
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Clinical Correlates Chapter 13
Dextrocardia
Situs inversus
cor triloculare biventriculare
premature closure for foramen ovale
condition where the heart lies on the right side of the thora…
complete reversal of asymmetry in all organs
complete absence of the atrial septum
leads to massive hypertophy of the right atrium and ventricle…
Dextrocardia
condition where the heart lies on the right side of the thora…
Situs inversus
complete reversal of asymmetry in all organs
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Chapter 13: Research in Clinical Practice
Single-case experimental design
Primary objs.. of single-case experime…
Ultimate goal of creating replicable c…
Group studies
-characterized by explicit description of assessment procedur…
-determine whether a tx is effective and how much tx is need…
1. provide valid and reliable evaluation and documentation of…
require time and effort, therefore, they are only conducted O…
Single-case experimental design
-characterized by explicit description of assessment procedur…
Primary objs.. of single-case experime…
-determine whether a tx is effective and how much tx is need…
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Clinical and Counseling Psych Chapter 13
Phenomenological Theory
Client-centered Therapy
Empathy, Congruence, Unconditional pos…
DON'T
Behavior is totally determined by the phenomenal field of the…
Therapy rooted in phenomenological theory. Believe it is not…
What should a client-centered therapist possess?
Give information, advice or reassurance, use persuasion, ask…
Phenomenological Theory
Behavior is totally determined by the phenomenal field of the…
Client-centered Therapy
Therapy rooted in phenomenological theory. Believe it is not…
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Chapter 13 Clinical decision making
Evaluations of an athlete in the AT ro…
Diagnosis
Differential diagnosis
Sign
Rule in/out musculoskeletal injury/dysfunction
refers to the specific injury, illness, disease, or condition…
identification of several conditions that might have similar…
something you would observe or palpate
Evaluations of an athlete in the AT ro…
Rule in/out musculoskeletal injury/dysfunction
Diagnosis
refers to the specific injury, illness, disease, or condition…
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