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Question 1

 

REBT is established on the presumption that:

 

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a.

Humans enjoy a biological proneness to apprehend irrationally

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b.

Humans enjoy a biological proneness to apprehend rationally

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c.

Both a and b

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d.

None of the above

 

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Question 2

 

_____________ is the actional intrusion used to fragmentarily growth the nature of a action.

 

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a.

Shaping

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b.

Extinction

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c.

Stimulus control

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d.

Aversive control

 

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Question 3

 

DBT utilizes a actional technique in which the client learns to suffer irritated emotions apparently enacting self-destructive actions public as:

 

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a.

Positive reinforcement

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b.

Negative reinforcement

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c.

Exposure

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d.

Punishment

 

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Question 4

 

In substantiality therapy, action is fictitious by:

 

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a.

The impression of apparent stimuli on action

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b.

Unconscious conflicts

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c.

Current close motivation

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d.

All of the above

 

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Question 5

 

In substantiality therapy, the useful counselor or therapist treats action as:

 

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a.

The fruit of collective constraining and scant perceptions of possibilities

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b.

Information accepted from parents and from the excluded culture

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c.

Caused by self-verbalizations that can be beneficial or hurtful

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d.

Chosen as a fruit of unmet wants and needs/font>

 

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Question 6

 

A rule in which the counselor or therapist leads the client through a enumerate of questions to befit sensible of thoughts and undelineations in apprehending, and to perceive and tool further adaptive replacements is named:

 

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a.

"Socratic Questioning"

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b.

“Platonic Questioning”

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c.

A-B-C Model

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d.

Reflection

 

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Question 7

 

In the A-B-C design designed by Ellis, the element that creates the melting and actional consequences is:

 

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a.

Activating circumstance

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b.

Consequences

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c.

Beliefs

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d.

None of the above

 

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Question 8

 

According to Glasser, ethnical actions are right of:

 

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a.

Doing, apprehending, sensitiveness, physiology

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b.

Doing, contingent, sleeping, acting

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c.

Responding, initiating, by, acting

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d.

None of the above

 

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Question 9

 

In practicing substantiality therapy, counselors and therapists rendezvous on:

 

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a.

The intersingular relationships of the client

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b.

Insight into causes of action

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c.

Family history

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d.

Personal history

 

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Question 10

 

According to Ellis, the shoulds, oughts, and musts sink beneath which of the subjoined categories?

 

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a.

Self-demandingness

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b.

Other-demandingness

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c.

World-demandingness

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d.

All of the above

 

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Question 11

 

In substantiality therapy, the environment or counseling or psychotherapeutic atmosphere includes which of the subjoined?

 

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a.

Attending actions

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b.

Doing the unexpected

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c.

Use of metaphors

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d.

All of the above

 

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Question 12

 

The DBT design proposes that a auspicious counseling intrusion must as five ticklish functions. Which of the subjoined is not one of these functions?

 

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a.

Improve and keep-safe the client’s excitation to change

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b.

Boost the client’s capabilities

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c.

Ensure the client’s capabilities are favoring to his or her environment

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d.

Structure the environment so that the composition can use place

 

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Question 13

 

A counselor using CBT command rendezvous on using:

 

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a.

Pharmacotherapy

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b.

Dream analysis

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c.

Transference

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d.

Risk-taking exercises

 

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Question 14

 

DBT is driven by three theories. Which of the subjoined is not one of those?

 

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a.

Behavior therapy

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b.

Biocollective hypothesis of BPD

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c.

Dialectics

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d.

Gestalt hypothesis

 

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Question 15

 

Which of the subjoined is gentleman encircling REBT?

 

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a.

REBT was influenced by Rogers’ heart conditions of counseling.

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b.

REBT was influenced by Freud’s concept of the unaware.

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c.

REBT was influenced by Frankl’s logotherapy.

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d.

None of the above

 

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Question 16

 

_______________ is the reason of singular adequacy or sensitivenesss of headship.

 

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a.

Self-concept

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b.

Self-esteem

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c.

Self-efficacy

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d.

Self-control

 

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Question 17

 

Which of the subjoined is associated delay substantiality therapy?

 

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a.

WDEP system

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b.

Choice hypothesis

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c.

SAMIICCC

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d.

All of the above

 

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Question 18

 

Cognitive therapy has been criticized for its rendezvous on:

 

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a.

Internal circumstances (thinking)

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b.

Direct observation

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c.

Listening procedures

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d.

Intellectual beneathstanding

 

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Question 19

 

Which of the subjoined is not compatible delay REBT hypothesis?

 

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a.

Events or other populace produce us impress bad or good-tempered.

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b.

Thinking, sensitiveness, and behaving are interconnected.

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c.

Emotional worry fruits from exaggeration, overgeneralization, and invalidated presumptions.

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d.

Irrational beliefs rise from environintangible and genetic elements.

 

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Question 20

 

A client is partaking in sensitive undelineation when he/she exaggerates a denying circumstance to the purpose that the circumstance has further impression than it deserves. What is this named?

 

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a.

Disqualifying the positive

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b.

Catastrophizing

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c.

All-or-nothing apprehending

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d.

None of the above

 

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Question 21

 

In select hypothesis, ethnical motivation springs from which of these five sources?

 

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a.

Belonging, planting, enlightenment, fun, potentiality

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b.

Survival, accompanying, potentiality, insubservience, fun

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c.

Power, victory, exercise, notification, security

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d.

Survival, victory, passion, luck, pride

 

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Question 22

 

DBT was initially plain to treat:

 

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a.

Narcissistic singularity disorder

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b.

Histrionic singularity disorder

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c.

Anticollective singularity disorder

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d.

Borderline singularity disorder

 

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Question 23

 

The developer of dialectical action therapy is:

 

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a.

Dr. Marsha Linehan

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b.

Dr. Albert Ellis

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c.

Dr. Carl Rogers

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d.

Dr. Fritz Perls

 

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Question 24

 

DBT targets actions in descending adjust origin delay ________.

 

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a.

triggers

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b.

biocollective susceptibility

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c.

suicidal action

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d.

enhancing honor for self

 

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Question 25

 

According to REBT, established values excite melting compound and intangible bloom. Which of the subjoined is not one of these values?

 

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a.

Non-utopian

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b.

Low counteraction tolerance

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c.

Flexibility

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d.

High counteraction tolerance

 

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