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Abnormal Psychology: Historical and Modern Perspectives




Question;59) Dr. Pambros;returns Abnormal Psychology exams. Juanita, Kevin, and Morgan all receive;grades of ?C.? Juanita is grateful to have passed. Kevin is devastated. Morgan;is mildly disappointed but recognizes that there are three remaining exams that;could boost his grade. How would the cognitive model explain the different;responses of these students to the same event?;A) Thoughts;are not as important at the event itself.;B) The;event is essentially neutral.;C) Grades;are inherently powerful events.;D) Grades;are classic negative reinforcers.;60) In Aaron;Beck?s model of depression, the cognitive triad consists of;A) past;present, and future expectations.;B) three;types of negative thoughts.;C) Freud?s;id, ego and superego.;D) three;levels of the mind.;61) ?I got a B in;the course. I?ll never get into graduate school.? This statement typifies the;cognitive distortion known as;A) overgeneralizing.;B) emotional;reasoning.;C) catastrophizing.;D) magnifying.;62) Carl Rogers;proposed that phenomenology is critical in understanding an individual.;Phenomenology means the;A) difference;between what one perceives and what one ought to do.;B) subjective;world of the individual.;C) objective;world of reality.;D) degree;to which objective reality and subjective reality are a fit.;63) A message that;implies ?I will love you if you graduate with honors? is an example of;A) unconditional;positive regard.;B) unconditional;negative regard.;C) conditional;positive regard.;D) conditional;negative regard.;64) While;psychoanalytic and humanistic models assume that abnormality lies within the;individual, ________ models assume that abnormal behavior must be understood in;a larger context outside of the individual.;A) phenomenological;B) sociocultural;C) sociopathic;D) socioenvironmental


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