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Bill reports for the past five months he has been poisoned by neighbor and wife, even the local DJ is in on it.
A. Schizophrenia, Paranoid
B. Schizophrenia, Disorganized
C. Brief psychotic
D. Food poisoning.
A. Paranoid schizophrenia
Functional Nocturnal Enuresis:
A. Associated with medical condition
B. Occurs during REM sleep
C. Not found in children above 12
D. Not associated with any particular stage of sleep.
D.
Who invented theory of convergent and divergent thinking as dimension of intelligence?
A. Galton
B. Thurstone
C. Guilford
D. Cattel
C. Guilford
Adlerian psychotherapy:
A Six Stages
B. 12 phases as a guideline
C. Progression through 12 stages
D. Not a stage approach
C 12 stages
Bill reports for the past five months he has been poisoned by neighbor and wife, even the local DJ is in on it.
A. Schizophrenia, Paranoid
B. Schizophrenia, Disorganized
C. Brief psychotic
D. Food poisoning.
A. Paranoid schizophrenia
Functional Nocturnal Enuresis:
A. Associated with medical condition
B. Occurs during REM sleep
C. Not found in children above 12
D. Not associated with any particular stage of sleep.
D.not associated with any particular
Cleary's Model of Unfairness:
A. Based on the test, more caucasians than Afams are chosen for job.
B. Content is culturally biased
C. Test high validity coefficient for for Caucasians than Afams
D. Slope of tests regression line different for Afams than Caucasians.
D. regression lines differ
Who invented theory of convergent and divergent thinking as dimension of intelligence?
A. Galton
B. Thurstone
C. Guilford
D. Cattel
C. Guilford
Cluster sampling:
A. Randomly select individuals from larger target population
B. Randomly select naturally occurrring group from larger target
C. Randomly select several groups, then select individuals from that group.
D. Randomly select individuals from larger target, divide them into subgroups based on demographic variable.
B. Randomly select a naturally occurring group from larger population. (ie, school, hospital, etc)
Reduce rater error (halo/leniency)
A. Forced choice rating scale
B. Forced distribution rating scale
C. BARS
D. Adequate training
D. To get rid of that bias, provide adequate training.
Two raters level of agreement:
A. Discriminant validity
B. Percentage agreement
C. Item response theory
D. Kappa coefficient.
D. Kappa coefficient for interrater reliability
SAD do best with light if:
A. Atypical like crave carbs, hypersomnia
B. Melancholic symptoms like insomnia and weight loss
C. Incomplete summer remission
D. More chronic forms of depression
A. Best with atypical symptoms like hypersomnia, complete remission, crave carbs.
Cluster sampling:
A. Randomly select individuals from larger target population
B. Randomly select naturally occurrring group from larger target
C. Randomly select several groups, then select individuals from that group.
D. Randomly select individuals from larger target, divide them into subgroups based on demographic variable.
B. Randomly select a naturally occurring group from larger population. (ie, school, hospital, etc)
Reduce rater error (halo/leniency)
A. Forced choice rating scale
B. Forced distribution rating scale
C. BARS
D. Adequate training
D. To get rid of that bias, provide adequate training.
Two raters level of agreement:
A. Discriminant validity
B. Percentage agreement
C. Item response theory
D. Kappa coefficient.
D. Kappa coefficient for interrater reliability
Heterogenuous group members:
A. + creativity, + decision making effectiveness
B. + creativity, - decision making effectiveness
C - creativity, + decision making effectiveness
D. - creativity, - decision making effectiveness
A. +/+
SAD do best with light if:
A. Atypical like crave carbs, hypersomnia
B. Melancholic symptoms like insomnia and weight loss
C. Incomplete summer remission
D. More chronic forms of depression
A. Best with atypical symptoms like hypersomnia, complete remission, crave carbs.
Hottman:
A. Suppression of negative affect = high divorce
B. Suppression of negative and positive is high risk of early divorce
C. Criticism, defensiveness, contempt and stonewalling is high risk of early divorce
D. Criticism, defensiveness, contempt and stonewalling is high risk of later divorce
C. Crit, defensive, contempt, stonewalling is high early divorce.

(later divorce- suppression of all affect)
Loss of declarative memory:
A. Alzheimers
B. Parkinsons
C. Dissociative D/O
D. Personality D/O
A. Alzheimers is associated with loss of declarative memory
You work for a company that changes health care providers due to cost effectiveness. NEw provider has policy that compromises employees' future limits to confidentiality. You should:
A. Refuse to allow the new procedure and leave
B. Outline your dissatisfaction and send it to the company
C. Make clear with each client the company's new limits to confidentiality
D. Organize a strike
C. Clarify to each client...
Timothy Crow would say What about Scizophrenia Type I:
A. Poor prognosis
B. Symptoms due to neurotransmitter activity
C. Symptoms will begin in adolesence
D. Symptoms are due to brain abnormalities.
B. Crow would say type I (+ symptoms) due to neurotransmitter, Type II due to brain abnormalities.
Driver, Brousseau and Hunsaker identified which decision makgin style:
A. Transformational & Transactional
B. Rational-economic and administrative
C. Decisive, flexible, integrative, systemic, hierarchic
D. autocratic, democratic, laissez-faire
C. DBH Identifed systemic, , hierarchical, integrative, flexible, decisive (three SHIFD)
Advantage of standard scores over percentile ranks that SS:
A. Allow you to determine relative standing of examinees who take the same test
B. Set cutoff scores, above which a given percentage will score
C. Provide more meaningful information about differences between examinees test scores
D. Can decrease cultural bias
C. They are readily comparable-

(Weakness of pctile is that larger distance in raw scores at extremes, smaller difference in the middle)
Most well-controlled studies of the effect of cultural moderators on validities of job selection tests indicate:
A. No significant differences in validities between majority and minority groups
B. Significant differences
C. Significant diffferences on general aptitude, not on motor
D. Significant differences on motor, not on general aptitude
A. Differences but not significant ones, not predictive validity, but yes diffs on scores
Workers find which least stressful
A. Fixed shift
B. Flextime
C. Compressed workweek
D. Swing shift
B. Flextime (they can make their own compressed workweek if they want)
Which allows researcher to identify underlying factors that relate to a set of measured variables and nature of causal relationship:
A. Structural equation modeling
B. Cluster analysis
C. Q-Technique factor
D. Survival analysis
A. structural equation modeling gets at the underlying factors and causal relationship
In severest depressions, Beck would focus on:
A. Cognitive distortions
B. using free association to identify automatic thoughts
C. Socratic questioning
D. Appropriate behavioral tasks
D. Beck would try to act into new way of thinking with behavior task (and deal with cognitive dissonance)
Kappa Stat:
A. Interval
B. Nominal
C. Metric
D. Nonlinear
B. Nominal interrater reliability
Long term potentiation:
A. Basal Ganglia
B. Amygdala
C. Corpus callosum
D. Hippocampus
D. Hippocampus deals with long term memory and so long term potentiation
Concern about validity coeffcient for selection test:
A. Unfairness
B. Adverse impact
C. Statistical regression
D. Criterion contamination
B. Adverse impact
Nonverbal IQ test for deaf:
A. Leiter international performance
B. Columbia mental maturity
C. Peobody picture vocab test
D. Hiskey Nebraska
Hiskey-Nebraska

(PPVT= expressive language probs.)
Client has had fatigue, loss of appetite and stomach pains for 8 months. No physical explanations:
A. Somatization d/o
B. Factitious d/o
C. Undifferentiated Somatoform
D. Somatoform NOS
C. Undifferentiated Somatoform (NOS is Not Over Six months)
Paired comparisons are preferred when:
A. Maximally differentiate
B. Rank order people in the most cost effective manner
C. Establish a standard of performance
D. Set attainable and acceptable production goals for each person
A. Maximally differentiate
All is true of stuttering except:
A. 3x more common in males
B. Often accompanied by motor movements and eye blinks and lip tremors
C. Onset commonly around age 5, frequently after age 10
D. Onset commonly around 5, rarely after 10
C. commonly around 5, frequently after 10
Head trauma to temporal lobes:
A. procedural memory
B. episodic memory
C. semantic memory
D. implicit memory
B. episodic memory
Maslow's order
PSSESA
Physio:
Safety
Social
Esteem
Self Actu
Overlearning best:
A. Playing violin
B. Learning the periodic table
C. Learning fractal geometry
D. Learning complex calculus
B. Overlearning best for simpler tasks
New client had sex with old therapist, she wants to put it behind her:
A. Report immediately
B. Not report, counsel her about the process
C. Call therapist but not disclose clients name
D. Anonymously report
B. Not report, counsel about her options, about the process
Headache begins in front and proceeds to bot sides:
A. migraine
B. cluster
C. tension
D.
C. Tension

(cluster stays behind the eye, migraine one said and doesnt move)
remember kids and teens get irritable and act out depression
when you see a q about teens...
Records should include all but:
A. Process notes
B. Fees
C. Types of services provided
D. Plans for tx interventions
A. dont need PROCESS notes...
Which is not a threat to external validity:
A. History
B. Order effects
C. Hawthorne effect
D. Interaction between selection and treatment
A. history affects INTERNAL validity
Which would determine probability examinees of different ability levels are able to answer particular item correctly.
A. Criterion-related validity coefficient
B. Item discrimination index
C. Item difficulty index
D. Item characteristic curve
D. Item characteristic curve
(Item difficulty index = p value, proportion who get it rght, not probability)
Multitrait-multimethod matrix: a low Hetero-hetero coefficient means:
A. Low convergent
B. Low divergent
C. high convergent
D. High divergent
D. high divergent
Seizure begins with one part and spreads:
A. Partial
B. Petit Mal
C. Grand mal
D. Generalized
A. Partial begins with one part
Patterson would say delinquent kids have which parents:
A. Lax and uninvolved
B. Hostile and rejecting
C. Overcontrolling
D. Overindulgent
A. Delinquents have no supervision, so lax and uninvolved
Acting out problems on MMPI:
A. CS 5
B. CS 6&7
C. CS 4&9
D. CS 0
C. 4&9 are the acting out... (deviant/hypomanic)
Elderly patients have:
A. Poor memory
B. Do not benefit much from psychotherapy
C. Greater differences than younger patients
D. Higher dropout rates
C. Greater range of differences, AND fewer pathologies.
Which has the strongest relationship:
A. Job enlargement and job satisfaction
B. Job turnover and job dissatisfaction
C. Gender and job dissatisfaction
D. Productivity and job satisfaction
B. Turnover and satisfaction
Ordered by the court but client says they will not cooperate:
A. postpone the evaluation and contact the lawyer
B. Do the evaluation
C. Refuse the evaluation
D. Refuse until patient consents
A. postpone- and contact lawyer. (dont need informed consent for what youll do, do need to inform though)
Otitis Media
ear inflammation- too many will affect verbal comprehension
Tiedeman and Ohara:
A. innate drives
B. interests
C. aptitude
D. identity
D. identity/eriksonian
Cohesive groups are associated with:
A. Low productivity for the group
B. High productivity for the group
C. Higher productivity for group with supportive management
D. Higher levels of productivity for group with hostile/indifferent management
C. Higher productivity for group with supportive management
Drug company wants to compare 3 new antidepressants. Pts randomly assigmeed to one of three medications and symptoms measures at week 1, 4, and 6. What design most appropriate?
A. ABAB.
B. Between subjects
C. Within subjects
D. Mixed
D. Mixed design
Babysitter gives candy after kid cries for ten minutes and boy stops crying. Babysitter's behavior (giving him candy) is result of:
A. + punish
B. - punish
C. + reinforce
D. - reinforce
D. Negatively (take away crying) reinforced (do the candy giving behavior)
Cortex (least developed at birth) development due to:
A. New neurons
B. New neurons and glial cells
C. Growing neurons
D. Myelination of existing neurons
D. Myelination
Which must HMOs provide:
A. Pre and post pregnancy counseling
B. Psychodynamically oriented psychotherapy
C. Inpatient hospital care
D. Short-term evaluative outpatient crisis intervention
D.
Which is least likley cause of sexual problems in older females?
A. Less lubrication
B. Need for more clitoral stimulation
C. Thinning of vaginal walls
D. Orgasmic dysfunction
D. Not much on orgasmic dysfunction, it really doesnt happen
Court asks for custody recommendation: Met and tested mom, interviewde dad by phone. Tell course:
A. that you cant present the data
B. Recommend custody to whoever you have determined is most competent.
C. Present results but refrain from recommendation.
D. Make recommendation, but note evaluation was incomplete.
C. You can present what you have but DO NOT make recommendation. (so not D)
Which is "amount of variability accounted for?"
A. Alpha
B. Eta
C. Cohens d
D. F-Ration
b. Eta...
Which is true of Klinefelter's?
A. Only males
B. Only females
C. Typically results in severe to profound retardation
D. Reversable with correct diet
A. Klinefelter is only inmales
Which has a likert-like scale?
A. MCMI-III
B Rorschach
C. MMPI-II
D. SCL-90
d. SCL-90
Racial Identity Attitude Scale:
A. Conformity, dissonance, resistance/immersion, inrospection, articulation/awareness
B. Separation, marginalization, assimilation, integration.
C. Pre-encounter, encounter, immersion/emersion, internalization
D. Encounter, resistance, integration, awareness
C: RIAS by helms and parham includes pre-encounter, encounter, immersion/emersion, internalization
Which is most associated with unusual perceptual experiences.
A. GAD
B. Panic d/o
c. Adjustment d/o
D. Dysthymic d/o
B: Panic can include derealization, depersonalization, etc...
Which is most associated with completed suicide?
A. Bipolar I
B. Bipolar II
C. Major depressive, recurrent
D. Major depressive, recurent w/ psychotic features
D. Major with psychotic features
Afraid because we tremble:
A. Cannon Bard
B. Lazarus-Schacter
C. James-Lange
D. Kuder-Richardson
C. James-Lange- Body then mind
Theory says that exercise reduces anxiety, which reduces cravings in addicts. In this theory, anxiety is:
A. Mediator variable
B. Moderator variable
C. Suppressor variable
D. Criterion contaminator
A. mediator variable (explains effects on IV on DV)
Elderly has gradual but consistent onset of poor self care, apathy, slight deficiencies in WAIS III processing and attention. Normal MRI. You'd suspect:
A. Vascular dementia
B. Pseudodementia
C. Normal aging
D. Malingering
B. Pseudodementia
Following a closed head injury and subsequent concussion, a patient would most likely display:
A. Irritability and insomnia
B. Aggression and fatigue
C. Shifting attention and forgetfulness
D. Vertigo and apathy
C. Shifting attention and forgetfulness
Which will stimulate divergent thinking:
A. Brainstorming
B. Reviewing facts from a variety of sources
C. Analysis and integration of information
D. Comparing and contrasting two different models
A. Brainstorming will stimulate divergent (creative, many ideas from one) thinking.
Idiosyncracy credits are like:
A. Referent power
B. Brownie points
C. Unusual behaviors
D. Upward mobility
Idiosycracy credits are most like brownie points.
Which is most likely malingering-
A. High L
B. High F
C Low F
D. High K
B. High F= high faking bad...
Is bereavement a diagnosis?
Yes, especially if something happened less than a month ago.
R^2 is:
A. Coefficient of stability
B. Coefficient of multiple determination
C. Coefficient of internal consistency
D. Silver character in star wars
B. R2 (not "r") is coefficient of multiple determination
Just noticeable diffs:
A. Psychologically equal intervals
B. Physically equal intervals
C. Psychologically and physically unequal
D. Psychologically and physically equal
A. Psychologically equal units, physically unequal (
Halstead-Reitan impairment index:
A. represents mean score on relevant subtests
B. Derived from number of subtests below criterion
c. Profile that mkes is possible to compare scores to people with and without brain damange
D. calculated by totalling examinees scores on individual subtests
B. Derived from subtests scored below criterion from brain damage
Patient has right hemiplegia after stroke:
A. Speech/langauge problems plus slow-cautious behavior
B. Spatial perceptual deficits and slow cautious style
C. Speech/language and quick/impulsive
D. Spatial/perceptual and quick impulsive
A. speech/language and slow
(Plegia = paralysis), left damage slows, right damage speeds up
Performance:
A. Decreases around others if behavior is not well learned
B. Increases around others if not well learned
C. Decreases around others if well learned.
D. Doesnt change around others
A. Performance will increase in the presence of others if its a well-learned behavior
Quality assurance would focus on all except:
A. Effectiveness
B. Access to tx
C. Cost of tx
D. Patient satisfaction
C. Would NOT focus on cost
Client centered case consultation:
A. Educate consultee in methods for evaluating outcomes for diagnosis or client type.
B. Advise consultee on assessment and tx of diagnosis or client type
C. Assess one of consultee's clients, advise consultee on best tx approach for specific slient
D. Assess and treat a specific client
C.
Probability of passing on Huntingonts:
A. 25%
B. 50%
C. Greater if female
D. Greater if male
B. 50% its a dominant.
Compare acoustic, phonetic, semantic levels of memory processing to self-referencing memory:
A. Semantic is most easily recalled
B. Self referencing most easily recalled
C. Phonetic
D. Semantic
B. Self-referencing, then semantic.