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A primary goal of the Siev and Chambless (2007) study is to:

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Question 1 of 6;2.0 Points;A primary goal of the Siev and Chambless (2007) study is to;A.review treatment outcome literature;B.advocate for RT;C.support the application of CBT;D.revise the DSM-IV-TR;Question 2 of 6;2.0 Points;According to the authors of Forum 4 (Week 5);A.GAD is rarely observed;B.PD is the same as GAD;C.GAD and PD are common and costly;D.None of the above;Question 3 of 6;2.0 Points;According to the Siev and Chambliss article, there are two primary forms of RT investigated in the outcome literature. One of them is;A.rapid relaxation;B.differential relaxation;C.application training;D.progressive relaxation;Question 4 of 6;2.0 Points;CBT for GAD generally includes all of the following elements except;A.relaxation training;B.rehearsal of coping skills;C.biofeedback;D.self-monitoring;Question 5 of 6;2.0 Points;The analysis completed by Siev and Chambliss suggests;A.CT is superior to RT in areas of general anxiety;B.CT and RT effect similar changes in the areas of general anxiety;C.RT is ineffective in the areas of general anxiety;D.all of the above;Additional Requirements;Min Pages: 1;Level of Detail: Only answer needed;Other Requirements: thanks

 

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