351. The assessment tools upon which clinicians depends gather information about their clients belong in which of the following categories.
A. Interviews
B. Tests
C. Observations
D. All of these choices
E. None of these

352. Which of the following tests is likely to have the highest reliability?
A. The TAT
B. The Rorschach
D. The Draw-a-Person test
E. None of these

353. Clinicians attempting to systematically assess the abnormal behavior of a client will frequently:
A. Rely primarily on personality tests
B. Employ a battery of tests
C. Rely primarily on projective tests
D. Rely primarily on neuropsychological tests
E. None of these

354. The best definition of psychotherapy includes:
A. A sufferer, a healer and a systematic interaction between the two
B. A healer that uncovers unconscious conflicts and heals the personality
C. The removal of symptoms about which the patient complains
D. The use of talking and drugs about which the patient complains
E. None of these

355. Psycho dynamic therapists believe that maladaptive behavior stems from:
A. Disturbed thought patterns
B. Inappropriate learning patterns
C. A failure to live up one’s full potential
D. Emotional trauma experienced in childhood
E. None of these

356. Which of the following therapists make intensive use of role playing?
A. Client-centered therapists
B. Psychoanalytic therapists
C. Existential therapists
D. Gestalt therapists
E. None of these

357. Client-centered therapy is most consistent with the:
A. Behavioral approach
B. Cognitive approach
C. Psychodynamic approach
D. Humanistic approach
E. None of these

358. Chromosomal mapping studies have found that:
A. Schizophrenia does not appear to have genetic components
B. Schizophrenia does appear to have a genetic component
C. Adoption studies do not reveal anything about schizophrenia
D. There is a single cause of schizophrenia
E. None of these

359. The leading cause of mind retardation is believed to be:
A. Fetal alcohol syndrome
B. Organic brain syndrome
C. Environmental factors
D. Inherited traits
E. None of these

360. Therapists who focus on altering faulty thought process are:
A. Cognitive therapists
B. Humanistic therapists
C. Biological therapists
D. Psychodynamic therapists
E. None of these

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