Help & Review for the Humanistic-Existential Model of Abnormal Behavior Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. The idea that people are constantly striving to be the best version of themselves is central to which type of psychology?

Question 2 2. Rogerians are therapists who adhere to the _____ philosophy and the theories of _____.

Question 3 3. According to Maslow's hierarchy of needs, having a healthy romantic relationship falls under the category of:

Question 4 4. Prior to the birth of the humanistic psychology movement, what did psychologists concern themselves with?

Question 5 5. One major part of Gestalt therapy is getting the client to learn how to:

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Question 6 6. Which group of people is the humanistic-existential model most likely to help?

Question 7 7. Hannah's therapist is glad to see Hannah's recent progress in the self-actualization process. Which action BEST illustrates her progress?

Question 8 8. The father of humanistic psychology is:

Question 9 9. Prior to the humanistic-existential model, which of the following models were used to explain abnormal behavior?

Question 10 10. Although choice is subjective and cannot be measured by common forms of measurement, the behaviorism and psychodynamic theories prided themselves on strict adherence to:

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Question 11 11. What is considered to be both the greatest strength and weakness of the humanistic-existential model?

Question 12 12. Meeting the client where he 'is at' is a premise of which theory?

Question 13 13. Gestalt theory:

Question 14 14. One strength of the humanistic-existential model is that it is _____.

Question 15 15. Religious treatment for mental illness involves rooting the treatment in _____.

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Question 16 16. The humanistic-existential model of psychology _____.

Question 17 17. Which of these is a contribution Maslow made to help found humanistic psychology?

Question 18 18. If someone hates the qualities in others that are present in herself, she is displaying:

Question 19 19. Studies have shown that very religious people do best in treatment when their therapist _____.

Question 20 20. Which of these is NOT a similarity between humanistic and existential psychology?

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Question 21 21. Humanistic psychology:

Question 22 22. Which type of psychology believes that people are intrinsically good, while society is evil?

Question 23 23. According to Maslow's hierarchy of needs, the first level of needs that must be met are:

Question 24 24. Humanistic-existential therapy does not focus on:

Question 25 25. Self-harming behavior like cutting oneself because you are angry at someone else is an example of which contact problem?

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Question 26 26. According to the theory of self, self-esteem improves when which of the following conditions occur?

Question 27 27. The idea that people are searching for the meaning of life is central to which type of psychology?

Question 28 28. In ancient times, one treatment for mental illness involved:

Question 29 29. Meditation is:

Question 30 30. Which type of psychology says that people inherently have both good and evil in them?

Help & Review for the Humanistic-Existential Model of Abnormal Behavior Chapter Exam Instructions

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