PSYC 371 PSYC371 Module 2 Test 2 (Liberty University)

PSYC 371 PSYC371 Module 2 Test 2 (Liberty University)

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PSYC 371 Module 2 Test 2

  1. Manufacturing "good" reasons to explain away a bruised ego, or to explain away failures or losses, is known as:
  2. The client's core experience in Adlerian therapy consists of:
  3. The technique whereby the analyst explains the meaning of certain behavior is known as:
  4. Adler's Individual Psychology was largely influenced by :
  5. The premise of Adlerian group work is that:
  6. The ego defense mechanism in which a person exhibits behavior that clearly shows signs of reverting to less mature stages is ____?
  7. Adlerian therapy has a phenomenological orientation. Thus, the therapist attempts to view the world:
  8. The techniques of psychoanalytic therapy are aimed at:
  9. A major characteristic of the classical psychoanalytic therapist is:
  10. In Erikson's view, the major developmental task in adolescence is:
  11. All of the following are stages in Adlerian counseling except:
  12. Resolution of sexual conflicts and sex-role identity is a critical function of the:
  13. The developmental crisis involving initiative vs. guilt occurs during the:
  14. Who is primarily credited with popularizing and extending Adler's work by applying Adlerian principles to group work?
  15. In psychoanalytic therapy, how do clients work with their dreams?
  16. Adlerians believe that discouragement:
  17. Which is (are) true concerning one's style of life?
  18. When counseling couples, Adlerian therapists strive to:
  19. One of the most important Freudian concepts, which consists of pushing unacceptable life events and painful feelings into the unconscious, is:
  20. The important developmental task during the middle age years is:
  21. Which child tends to feel squeezed out and may develop a conviction that life is unfair and a feeling of being cheated?
  22. The basic aim of psychoanalytic therapy is:
  23. Reorientation, the fourth phase of Adlerian therapy, involves:
  24. Adler believed that human behavior is
  25. All of the following are a part of Jung's view of development except:
  26. The purpose of examining a client's family constellation is:
  27. Which of the following is not one of the three universal life tasks Adler says we must master?
  28. According to Adlerians, inferiority feelings:
  29. Attributing to others the qualities or traits that are unacceptable to our own ego is best described as:
  30. One contribution of Adlerian therapy is that:
  31. The concept of resistance can best be described as:
  32. One way that clients in Adlerian therapy are encouraged to change is:
  33. A person who unconsciously exhibits overly nice behavior to conceal hostile feelings is probably using which ego defense?
  34. The process of redirecting sexual energy into some form of socially acceptable behavior is known as:
  35. The young adult who adopts his parent's outdated political beliefs to avoid unpleasant feelings of anxiety is an example of:
  36. Adlerians view the use of techniques in counseling as:
  37. An Adlerian therapist asks for the client's earliest recollections in order to:
  38. "Fictional finalism" is an Adlerian term meaning:
  39. As a result of the client/therapist relationship in psychoanalytic therapy:
  40. Analytic therapy is oriented toward:
  41. From a multicultural perspective, classical analysis may:
  42. If a person becomes fixated in the oral stage of development, later personality problems may include:
  43. In helping clients to examine their mistaken goals and faulty assumptions, an Adlerian therapist does not use:
  44. The Electra complex and the Oedipus complex are associated with what psychosexual stage of development?
  45. Which of the following would an Adlerian therapist particularly value?
  46. Feelings of hostility, destructiveness, anger, rage, and hatred are associated with the:
  47. The main function of the ego is:
  48. All of the following are life tasks that Adler taught we must successfully master except for:
  49. The libido is best described as:
  50. Who developed the object-relations view that focuses on separation and individuation?

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