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________ is often experiential and has clients do real-life "experiments" to disprove the client"s beliefs.

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Which biological treatment is supported by extensive evidence that it often produces rapid reduction of the symptoms of depression?

By ignoring misbehavior, a parent or teacher is using the ________ technique of behavior modification.

the administration of a muscle relaxant and a general anesthesia.

the administration of the electric current to one hemisphere.

Joseph Wolpe"s method for reducing fears by associating images of fear-evoking stimuli with deep muscle relaxation is known as:

Which therapy technique can be helpful in both extinguishing maladjusted behaviors and for establishing new, more adaptive behaviors?

In psychoanalysis, a patient"s unwillingness to freely describe some aspects of his or her life is referred to as

According to psychoanalysis, ________ is an explanation to the client of the underlying meaning of their experience.

Clozapine is a drug that shows some promise for treatment of schizophrenia. It has been classified as a/an:

If a male client viewed Freud as a father figure, or a competitor, Freud would describe this view as:

Any nonbiological, noninvasive psychological technique or procedure designed to improve a person"s adjustment to life is called:

Jack is undergoing psychoactive drug therapy and is being given the drug called thorazine to calm and quiet him. In what category is the drug?:

In psychotherapy, a process in which a patient relates to the therapist in much the same way as to another important person in his or her life (such as a parent) is:

Dale has a phobia of hospitals. Which therapy would suggest he gain exposure gradually to the hospital until the anxiety is reduced?

Carol is periodically given a treatment in which electricity is momentarily passed through her brain. The procedure is called:

Suggestions as to reasons why behavioral therapies appear to be the most successful form of therapy include all but

the focus of the therapy is on specific disordered behaviors, thus it is easier to measure the success or failure.

target behaviors are monitored during the therapy, so if the technique is not as successful as desired, it can be altered midstream.

the therapy is based on a large amount of research data.

all of the above have been suggested.

The goal of cognitive therapy is to change individuals" ________ and the method used is to change ________.

In psychoanalysis, the act or process of venting repressed feelings that result in a temporary reduction of tension is called

The biological therapy procedure in which a leucotome was inserted into the brain through an eye socket and rotated back and forth is called:

The first experimentation with psychosurgery as a treatment of behavioral disorders in humans was conducted by Almeida Lima. He performed the surgery on the ________ lobes of ________ patients.

Today, refined surgical procedures on brain structures are being used successfully on a limited basis with:

disconnect the thought processes from the emotional processes.

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disconnect the frontal lobes from the thalamus.

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