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Acknowledgements: This activity was written by Antoinette R. Miller, Clayton State University
A patient in a hospital receives poker chips for making her bed, being punctual at meal times, and maintaining her physical appearance. The poker chips can be exchanged for privileges, such as television viewing, snacks, and magazines.
A. behavior therapy B. cognitive therapy C. cognitive-behavior therapy D. psychoanalysis E. biomedical therapy
A therapist helps Rebecca overcome her fear of water by getting her to swim in the family’s backyard pool three times a day for two consecutive weeks.
A. family therapy B. humanistic therapy C. behavior therapy D. cognitive therapy E. cognitive-behavior therapy
In order to help Janet overcome her nearly irresistible craving for chocolate, a therapist provides her with a supply of chocolate candies that contain solidified droplets of a harmless but very bitter-tasting substance.
A. psychoanalysis B. group therapy C. behavior therapy D. humanist therapy E. cognitive therapy
After George tripped and fell down in front of a large group of people (causing them to laugh), he called himself “stupid.” Later, when Nicole rejected his request for a date, George saw this as evidence that he’d never find love or success. The campus psychologist suggested George keep a notebook, detailing similar upsetting situations and including how they made him feel as well as how he could reinterpret them in a more reasonable way.
A. biomedical therapy B. humanist therapy C. cognitive therapy D. behavior therapy E. psychoanalysis
When Rubin received a well-deserved job promotion, he told his therapist it was just a lucky break. The therapist responded, “Let’s work together, Rubin, on helping you see that you deserve some credit for your successes.”
A. behavior therapy B. cognitive therapy C. psychoanalysis D. humanist therapy E. group therapy
Melanie’s therapist suggests that when she feels anxious, Melanie should attribute her arousal to her highly reactive nervous system and then shift her attention to playing a game with her preschool child.
A. behavior therapy B. cognitive-behavior therapy C. cognitive therapy D. family therapy E. psychoanalysis
After Darnel dropped a pass in an important football game, he became depressed and vowed to quit the team because of this athletic incompetence. The campus psychologist challenged his illogical reasoning and pointed out that Darnel’s “incompetence” had earned him an athletic scholarship.
A. group therapy B. biomedical therapy C. humanistic therapy D. behavior therapy E. cognitive therapy
When Molly told her therapist about her frightening car accident, the therapist instructed her to close her eyes and verbalize any further thoughts stimulated by this experience even if the thoughts were scary or embarrassing.
A. humanistic therapy B. cognitive therapy C. behavioral therapy D. psychoanalysis E. cognitive-behavior therapy
When Freda told her therapist that she wanted to get his advice on what she should do about her relationship problems, he replied: “It sounds to me as though your friends don’t want to be as close to you as you want to be to them. That must make you feel lonely and confused.”
A. biomedical therapy B. humanistic therapy C. cognitive-behavior therapy D. psychoanalysis E. group therapy
Dr. Rassmunsen uses medication and other medical procedures, including electroconvulsive therapy, to treat the symptoms of psychological disorders.
A. behavior therapy B. cognitive-behavior therapy C. biomedical therapy D. cognitive-behavior E. humanistic therapy
What factors do you think influence the type of therapy that will be used to treat someone? Why do some therapists combine psychological (“talk”) with biomedical therapies? Is therapy effective?