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  1. Group Therapy PSY633 • Quiz Chapter Nine, The Composition of Therapy Groups.

  2. 1.The most common method of screening groups is: (261) a. adopt a laissez-faire posture b. to ask the group’s permissionc. the MMPI-2d. the standard individual interview e. have a group interview

  3. 1.The most common method of screening groups is: (261) a. adopt a laissez-faire posture b. to ask the group’s permissionc. the MMPI-2d. the standard individual interview e. have a group interview

  4. 2. Psychiatric diagnosis based on the DSM-IV are: (261) a. essential to group therapy b. of limited value as an indicator of interpersonal behavior.c. a valuable tool for the group leader d. rarely madee. a & c

  5. 2. Psychiatric diagnosis based on the DSM-IV are: (261) a. essential to group therapy b. of limited value as an indicator of interpersonal behavior.c. a valuable tool for the group leader d. rarely madee. a & c

  6. 3. The therapist’s paramount task is to: (280) a. find the source of the group resistance b. make everyone comfortable in the group settingc. create a group that coheres d. attenuate any fear of contagione. teach solutions for time management problems when they appear

  7. 3. The therapist’s paramount task is to: (280) a. find the source of the group resistance b. make everyone comfortable in the group settingc. create a group that coheres d. attenuate any fear of contagione. teach solutions for time management problems when they appear

  8. 4. Currently most group therapists form groups by: (280) a. relying on diagnostic implants such as the MMPI-II b. watching tapes of potential clients in faux groupsc. choosing the first suitable candidatesd. relying on others who do the assessment e. all of the above

  9. 4. Currently most group therapists form groups by: (280) a. relying on diagnostic implants such as the MMPI-II b. watching tapes of potential clients in faux groupsc. choosing the first suitable candidatesd. relying on others who do the assessment e. all of the above

  10. 5. The cohesiveness theory, underlying the homogeneous approach to group postulates that _____ is the intervening variable critical to outcome. a. an empathetic leader b. homogeneity of variancec. universality d. attraction to the groupe. willingness to tell all secrets, later if not sooner

  11. 5. The cohesiveness theory, underlying the homogeneous approach to group postulates that _____ is the intervening variable critical to outcome. a. an empathetic leader b. homogeneity of variancec. universality d. attraction to the groupe. willingness to tell all secrets, later if not sooner

  12. 6. The dissonance theory as applied to group therapy suggests a ______ compositional approach. a. heterogeneous b. homogeneous c. systematicd. overt selection e. prolix

  13. 6. The dissonance theory as applied to group therapy suggests a ______ compositional approach. a. heterogeneous b. homogeneous c. systematicd. overt selection e. prolix

  14. 7. Men in all-male groups are ____ and more competitive. a. more self-disclosing b. less intimate c. less aggressive d. likely to feel peripheral e. isolated

  15. 7. Men in all-male groups are ____ and more competitive. a. more self-disclosing b. less intimate c. less aggressive d. likely to feel peripheral e. isolated

  16. 8. Which of the following is true of heterogeneous groups compared to homogeneous groups? (272) a. they jell more quickly b. the have less conflict c. encourage personality change d. the offer more immediate support to group members e. they are better attended

  17. 8. Which of the following is true of heterogeneous groups compared to homogeneous groups? (272) a. they jell more quickly b. the have less conflict c. encourage personality change d. the offer more immediate support to group members e. they are better attended

  18. 9. Therapists seek maximum heterogeneity in clients _____ areas and homogeneity in terms of _______. 273 a. problem, solution b. conflict areas, vulnerability c. vulnerability/ anxiety tolerance d. income/education e. intelligence/level of activity

  19. 9. Therapists seek maximum heterogeneity in clients _____ areas and homogeneity in terms of _______. 273 a. problem, solution b. conflict areas, vulnerability c. vulnerability/ anxiety tolerance d. income/education e. intelligence/level of activity

  20. 10 .Of all the prediction methods, the _____ appears the least accurate. (269) a. role-play b. Q sort c. the MMPI-2 and other valid assessment devicesd. the standard individual interview e. group interview

  21. 10 .Of all the prediction methods, the _____ appears the least accurate. (269) a. role-play b. Q sort c. the MMPI-2 and other valid assessment devicesd. the standard individual interview e. group interview

  22. Bonus: According to Yalom, the group must be able to respond to members’ needs for emotional support and : • understanding • Constructive challenge • Rational debate • effective therapy • All of the above

  23. Bonus: According to Yalom, the group must be able to respond to members’ needs for emotional support and : • understanding • Constructive challenge • Rational debate • effective therapy • All of the above

  24. The End

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