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  1. Psy633 Group TherapyQuiz 2, Chapters 1& 2

  2. 1. Yalom considers the therapeutic factors of interpersonal learning and _____ so important that they are give separate chapters. (2) a. catharsis b. imitative behavior c. group cohesion d. universality e. the corrective recapitulation of the primary family group

  3. 1. Yalom considers the therapeutic factors of interpersonal learning and _____ so important that they are give separate chapters. (2) a. catharsis b. imitative behavior c. group cohesion d. universality e. the corrective recapitulation of the primary family group

  4. 2. _____ attempts to help clients understand how they got to be the way they are. (51) a. catharsis b. transference c. reaction formation d. genetic insight e. the self-reflective loop

  5. 2. _____ attempts to help clients understand how they got to be the way they are. (51) a. catharsis b. transference c. reaction formation d. genetic insight e. the self-reflective loop

  6. 3. Some question the veracity of the social microcosm. Veracity means: (46) a. usefulness b. truth c. fairness d. sensitivity e. long range goal of

  7. 3. Some question the veracity of the social microcosm. Veracity means: (46) a. usefulness b. truth c. fairness d. sensitivity e. long range goal of

  8. 4. According to Harry Stack Sullivan, the personality is almost entirely the product of: (21) a. genes and the interaction of them with the physical environment b. the parent-child bond c. the variety of religious experiences in early childhood d. the superego of the parents and the id of the child e. interaction with other significant human beings

  9. 4. According to Harry Stack Sullivan, the personality is almost entirely the product of: (21) a. genes and the interaction of them with the physical environment b. the parent-child bond c. the variety of religious experiences in early childhood d. the superego of the parents and the id of the child e. interaction with other significant human beings

  10. 5. Yalom asked many members of T-groups to write anonymously their deepest secrets. They were similar with the most common being: a. having had an abortion (or being a partner to someone who did) b. deep conviction of basic inadequacy c. homosexual experiences d. early sexually experiences e. fear of death in some gruesome way

  11. 5. Yalom asked many members of T-groups to write anonymously their deepest secrets. They were similar with the most common being: a. having had an abortion (or being a partner to someone who did) b. deep conviction of basic inadequacy c. homosexual experiences d. early sexually experiences e. fear of death in some gruesome way

  12. 6. Direct advice from other members of the group: (11) a. is the most important therapeutic factor b. occurs without exception if every group c. indicates that the group has matured d. should not be tolerated by the group leader e. usually benefits the person receiving the advice

  13. 6. Direct advice from other members of the group: (11) a. is the most important therapeutic factor b. occurs without exception if every group c. indicates that the group has matured d. should not be tolerated by the group leader e. usually benefits the person receiving the advice

  14. 7. Yalom divides the therapeutic experience into ___ therapeutic factors. (1) a. 5 b. 9 c. 11 d. 15 e. 27

  15. 7. Yalom divides the therapeutic experience into ___ therapeutic factors. (1) a. 5 b. 9 c. 11 d. 15 e. 27

  16. 8. The goal is to expose the patient, under more favorable circumstances, to emotional situations that he could not handle in the past. This is called: • the corrective recapitulation of the primary family group • altruism c. the corrective emotional experience d. synomorphy e. genetic insight

  17. 8. The goal is to expose the patient, under more favorable circumstances, to emotional situations that he could not handle in the past. This is called: • the corrective recapitulation of the primary family group • altruism c. the corrective emotional experience d. synomorphy e. genetic insight

  18. 9. ___ is a special form of interpersonal perceptual distortion. (50) a. transference b. catharsis c. insight d. implicit memory e. altruism FMU

  19. 9. ___ is a special form of interpersonal perceptual distortion. (50) a. transference b. catharsis c. insight d. implicit memory e. altruism FMU

  20. 10. _____ houses our earliest relational experiences many of which precede out use of language. It is not fully reached through the usual psychotherapeutic dialog. a. transference b. catharsis c. insight d. implicit memory e. altruism

  21. 10. _____ houses our earliest relational experiences many of which precede out use of language. It is not fully reached through the usual psychotherapeutic dialog. a. transference b. catharsis c. insight d. implicit memory e. altruism

  22. The End

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