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Quiz Chapter 4, Behavioral Assessment The Handbook of Psychological Assessment 5 th edition.

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1 Quiz Chapter 4, Behavioral Assessment The Handbook of Psychological Assessment 5 th edition

2 1. A core assumption of Behavioral Assessment is that behavior can be understood by focusing on: (95) A.Birth order B.Family relations and associated issues C.Preceding events and resulting consequences D.Complaints and rationalizations E.All of the above

3 1. A core assumption of Behavioral Assessment is that behavior can be understood by focusing on: (95) A.Birth order B.Family relations and associated issues C.Preceding events and resulting consequences D.Complaints and rationalizations E.All of the above

4 2. A problem with psychophsysiolgical assessment is A.Techniques are intrusive B.Event-related potentials C.Lack of interest in and knowledge regarding instrumentation D.Fear and anger have the same responses in blood pressure E.All of the above

5 2. A problem with psychophsysiolgical assessment is A.Techniques are intrusive B.Event-related potentials C.Lack of interest in and knowledge regarding instrumentation D.Fear and anger have the same responses in blood pressure E.All of the above

6 3. ____ involves setting a prompt like a beeper and having the subject describe cognitions at that moment. A.Private speech B.Thought sampling C.Event-related potentials D.Functional analysis E.Behavioral assessment

7 3. ____ involves setting a prompt like a beeper and having the subject describe cognitions at that moment. A.Private speech B.Thought sampling C.Event-related potentials D.Functional analysis E.Behavioral assessment

8 4. Treatment based on behavioral principles has a long history dating back to the days of: (97) A.Aristotle B.John C. Calhoun C.Little Albert D.William James E.Fat Albert

9 4. Treatment based on behavioral principles has a long history dating back to the days of: (97) A.Aristotle B.John C. Calhoun C.Little Albert D.William James E.Fat Albert

10 5.Behavioral Assessment originally focused on the rate, frequency and ___ of relevant behaviors. (97) A.Cause B.Etiology C.Dynamics D.Underlying meaning E.Duration

11 5.Behavioral Assessment originally focused on the rate, frequency and ___ of relevant behaviors. (97) A.Cause B.Etiology C.Dynamics D.Underlying meaning E.Duration

12 6. Behavioral assessment first emphasized _____ which looks at the relationship between behavior, antecedents and consequences. A.Functional analysis B.Projective testing C.Neuropsychological assessment D.Internal dynamics E.Articulated thoughts

13 6. Behavioral assessment first emphasized _____ which looks at the relationship between behavior, antecedents and consequences. A.Functional analysis B.Projective testing C.Neuropsychological assessment D.Internal dynamics E.Articulated thoughts

14 7. Perhaps the greatest advantage of behavioral assessment is its: A.Understanding of family dynamics B.Appreciation of long-standing internal conflicts C.Emphasis on high reliability D.Relevance toward treatment E.All of the above

15 7. Perhaps the greatest advantage of behavioral assessment is its: A.Understanding of family dynamics B.Appreciation of long-standing internal conflicts C.Emphasis on high reliability D.Relevance toward treatment E.All of the above

16 8. Which of the following is NOT a common behavioral assessment strategy: A.Behavioral observation B.Self-report inventories C.Projective tests D.Psychophysiological assessment E.Self-report inventories

17 8. Which of the following is NOT a common behavioral assessment strategy: A.Behavioral observation B.Self-report inventories C.Projective tests D.Psychophysiological assessment E.Self-report inventories

18 9. The Power of positive thinking is simplistic because it is (111) A.Not a very good predictor of adjustment B.Based on Psychophysiological measurement C.Impossible to measure D.Assessed by projective tests E.All of the above.

19 9. The Power of positive thinking is simplistic because it is (111) A.Not a very good predictor of adjustment B.Based on Psychophysiological measurement C.Impossible to measure D.Assessed by projective tests E.All of the above.

20 10. Which of the following is true of cognitive self-report inventories? A.They are complex to administer and interpret B.There has been an expansion in the number of inventories. C.They were used primarily by Freudians D.They have fallen out of favor E.C & D

21 10. Which of the following is true of cognitive self-report inventories? A.They are complex to administer and interpret B.There has been an expansion in the number of inventories C.They were used primarily by Freudians D.They have fallen out of favor E.C & D

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