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  1. Group Therapy PSY633 • Chapter 13, Problem Group Members • Chapter 14, The Therapist: Specialized Formats and Procedural Aids.

  2. 1. The monopolist’s compulsive speech is caused by: (392) a. narcissism b. anger c. anxietyd. depression e. all of the above

  3. 1. The monopolist’s compulsive speech is caused by: (392) a. narcissism b. anger c. anxietyd. depression e. all of the above

  4. 2. The client may often perceive motivational interpretations as; (396) a. showing concern b. insightfulc. helpful d. accusatory e. b & c

  5. 2. The client may often perceive motivational interpretations as; (396) a. showing concern b. insightfulc. helpful d. accusatory e. b & c

  6. 3. Too often we confuse or interchange the concepts of interpersonal manifestation, response and cause. In the discussion of the monopolist Manifestation refers to: (396) a. the way the client presents b. the underlying or latent contentc. the way others respond to the clientd. the cause of the behavior e. all of the above

  7. 3. Too often we confuse or interchange the concepts of interpersonal manifestation, response and cause. In the discussion of the monopolist Manifestation refers to: (396) a. the way the client presents b. the underlying or latent contentc. the way others respond to the clientd. the cause of the behavior e. all of the above

  8. 4. Research has shown that silent members who engage only vicariously in the group experience: (398) a. experience significant change b. do not profit from the groupc. emotional engagement d. attraction to the group e. all of the above

  9. 4. Research has shown that silent members who engage only vicariously in the group experience: (398) a. experience significant change b. do not profit from the groupc. emotional engagement d. attraction to the group e. all of the above

  10. 5. One study explored the differences between groups with most structured exercise and those with least. The groups with more exercises emphasized: (472) a. genuineness versus phoniness b. the expression of positive and negative feelingsc. closeness versus distance d. the setting of goals e. the selection of procedural methods f. affection g. isolation

  11. 5. One study explored the differences between groups with most structured exercise and those with least. The groups with more exercises emphasized: (472) a. genuineness versus phoniness b. the expression of positive and negative feelingsc. closeness versus distance d. the setting of goals e. the selection of procedural methods f. affection g. isolation

  12. 6. Members of groups that used the most structured exercises: (471) a. had significantly less favorable outcomes b. regarded leaders less favorably c. more likely to maintain change over time d. had more high changerse. had the most effective groups

  13. 6. Members of groups that used the most structured exercises: (471) a. had significantly less favorable outcomes b. regarded leaders less favorably c. more likely to maintain change over time d. had more high changerse. had the most effective groups

  14. 7. Disagreement among co-therapists: (445) a. is helpful in the early stages of the group b. has no place in therapyc. strengthens the honesty and potency of the group d. makes clients more comfortablee. invariably confuses the group

  15. 7. Disagreement among co-therapists: (445) a. is helpful in the early stages of the group b. has no place in therapyc. strengthens the honesty and potency of the group d. makes clients more comfortablee. invariably confuses the group

  16. 8. AA differs from group therapy by; (440) a. following a strict religious model b. opposing psychotherapy and medicationc. encouraging an abdication of personal responsibility d. encouraging crosstalke. relying on member’s relationship to a higher power

  17. 8. AA differs from group therapy by; (440) a. following a strict religious model b. opposing psychotherapy and medicationc. encouraging an abdication of personal responsibility d. encouraging crosstalke. relying on member’s relationship to a higher power

  18. 9. Conjoint therapy refers to: (429) a. therapy with a chiropractor b. therapy with the same therapist in group and individualc. therapy with a different therapist in group than individuald. therapy with two or more group leaders e. all of the above

  19. 9. Conjoint therapy refers to: (429) a. therapy with a chiropractor b. therapy with the same therapist in group and individualc. therapy with a different therapist in group than individuald. therapy with two or more group leaders e. all of the above

  20. 10. Conjoint therapy is not essential to the practice of group therapy. However for patients with ___ problems it may be necessary. (430) a. interpersonal b. self-esteem c. characterologicald. employment e. a & b

  21. 10. Conjoint therapy is not essential to the practice of group therapy. However for patients with ___ problems it may be necessary. (430) a. interpersonal b. self-esteem c. characterologicald. employment e. a & b

  22. Bonus: Another reason for urging caution in using multiple structured exercises is that it runs the risk of _____ the group. (473) • Boring • Angering • Splitting • Empowering • Infantilzing

  23. Bonus: Another reason for urging caution in using multiple structured exercises is that it runs the risk of _____ the group. (473) • Boring • Angering • Splitting • Empowering • Infantilizing

  24. The End

  25. 1-c, 2-d, 3-a, 4-b, 5-b, 6-a, 7-c, 8-e, 9-c, 10-c