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Agoraphobia usually occurs in combination with . a. bipolar disorder b. panic disorder c. obsessive-compulsive disorder d. major depressive disorder ...
Which of the following is the best example of a biopsychosocial explanation of a mental disorder? a. the ABC model b. the vulnerability–stress model c. counterconditioning d. meta-analysis ...
Unconditional positive regard and empathy are to resistance and transference as is to . a. rational-emotive therapy; Beck’s cognitive therapy b. Beck’s cognitive therapy; rationalemotive therapy c. psychoanalysis; client-centered therapy d. client-centered therapy; psychoanalysis ...
Which of the following is a part of rational-emotive therapy? a. ABC model b. token economy c. free association d. flooding ...
is a disorder in which the person has excessive global anxiety and worry that they cannot control for a period of at least 6 months. a. Agoraphobia b. Social phobia c. Generalized anxiety disorder d. Panic disorder ...
Which of the following psychotherapies is most effective in treating phobic disorders? a. psychoanalysis b. cognitive therapy c. behavioral therapy d. client-centered therapy ...
Maladaptive behavior is to maladaptive thinking as is to . a. psychoanalysis; client-centered therapy b. client-centered therapy; psychoanalysis c. behavioral therapy; cognitive therapy d. cognitive therapy; behavioral therapy ...
A therapist interprets resistances and transferences to discover a person’s underlying problems. a. psychoanalytic b. client-centered c. behavioral d. cognitive...
Tardive dyskinesia is a side effect of longterm use of . a. SSRIs b. traditional antipsychotic drugs c. lithium d. tricyclics ...
Which of the following is (are) most often used to treat bipolar disorder? a. SSRIs b. lithium c. new generation antipsychotic drugs d. MAO inhibitors ...

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