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  1. Psy633 Group TherapyChapter 3

  2. 1. Cohesiveness in group therapy is analogous to _____ in individual therapy. (53) a. technique b. collaboration c. therapeutic style d. relationship e. effectiveness

  3. 1. Cohesiveness in group therapy is analogous to _____ in individual therapy. (53) a. technique b. collaboration c. therapeutic style d. relationship e. effectiveness

  4. 2. Clients dealing with stigma or social isolation and those seeking new coping skills: (53) a. do better in group than individual b. should be referred for individual therapy c. benefit little from any therapy d. are often too shy for group therapy e. all of the above are true

  5. 2. Clients dealing with stigma or social isolation and those seeking new coping skills: (53) a. do better in group than individual b. should be referred for individual therapy c. benefit little from any therapy d. are often too shy for group therapy e. all of the above are true

  6. 3. Cohesiveness refers to the ____ that members have for their group. (75) a. hope b. symbolic need c. attraction d. rivalry e. all of the above

  7. 3. Cohesiveness refers to the ____ that members have for their group. (75) a. hope b. symbolic need c. attraction d. rivalry e. all of the above

  8. 4. Susan, the virgin and Jean, the libertine, were able to tolerate the negative emotions associated with their interactions because of the group: (74) a. interpretations b. cohesion c. leadership d. groupthink e. b & d

  9. 4. Susan, the virgin and Jean, the libertine, were able to tolerate the negative emotions associated with their interactions because of the group: (74) a. interpretations b. cohesion c. leadership d. groupthink e. b & d

  10. Yalom suggests that ____ is the most effective therapy for building a good therapeutic relationship. (54) • Freudian • nondirective • cognitive-behavioral • interpersonal • none of the above

  11. Yalom suggests that ____ is the most effective therapy for building a good therapeutic relationship. (54) • Freudian • nondirective • cognitive-behavioral • interpersonal • none of the above

  12. 6. Yalom further suggests that the engaged, cohesive therapeutic relationship is necessary in all psychotherapies except for: (54) • Freudian • nondirective • cognitive-behavioral • interpersonal • none of the above

  13. 6. Yalom further suggests that the engaged, cohesive therapeutic relationship is necessary in all psychotherapies except for: (54) • Freudian • nondirective • cognitive-behavioral • interpersonal • none of the above

  14. 7. Esprit de corps means: (55). a. devotion to a cause among the members of a group b. An essential element or condition c. A physical, biological, psychological, or symbolic configuration or pattern of elements so unified as a whole that its properties cannot be derived from a simple summation of its parts. d. an inherent tendency in all life to expand and develop itself e. A superabundance; an excess

  15. 7. Esprit de corps means: (55). a. devotion to a cause among the members of a group b. An essential element or condition c. A physical, biological, psychological, or symbolic configuration or pattern of elements so unified as a whole that its properties cannot be derived from a simple summation of its parts. d. an inherent tendency in all life to expand and develop itself e. A superabundance; an excess

  16. 8. Self-esteem and public esteem are: (64) a. independent b. based on objective reality c. highly interdependent d. likely to be quite different e. stable and not subject to change

  17. 8. Self-esteem and public esteem are: (64) a. independent b. based on objective reality c. highly interdependent d. likely to be quite different e. stable and not subject to change

  18. 9. A clinical study of the most popular and least popular members revealed that the least popular members tended to be: (68) a. old b. well-educated c. intelligent d. introspective e. much involved in group tasks

  19. 9. A clinical study of the most popular and least popular members revealed that the least popular members tended to be: (68) a. old b. well-educated c. intelligent d. introspective e. much involved in group tasks

  20. 10. Introversion connotes the traits of: (68) a. cautious b. emotionally robust c. energetic social engagement d. active e. upbeat

  21. 10. Introversion connotes the traits of: (68) a. cautious b. emotionally robust c. energetic social engagement d. active e. upbeat

  22. The End

  23. 1-d, 2-a, 3-c, 4-b, 5-f, 6-f, 7-a, 8-c, 9-a, 10-a