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The psychosocial perspective in not at all copatible with the psychosexual view of development
False
Children who do not experience the opportunity to differentiate self from others may later develop a narcissistic personality disorder
True
The contemporary trends in psychoanalytic theory are reflected in object-relations theory, the self psychology model and the relational model
True
Brief psychodynamic therapists assume a newutral therapeutic stance as a way to promote transference
False
Analytic therapy is oriented toward achieving insight
True
Working through is achieved almost totally by catharsis, including getting out deeply buried emotions
False
From the Freudian perspective, resistance is typically a conscious process
False
The approach of Erik Erikson is known as object-relations theory
False
Object-relations theorists faocus on synbuisusm separation, differentialtion, and integration
True
In object-relations theory there is an emphasis on early develpment as a decisive factor influencing later development
True
Who of the following is not considered an object- relations theorist
Erik Erikson
Which of the following is not considered a contemporary psychoanalytic approach
Classical
Which of the following is not a characteristic of the newer psychoanalytic thinking
People are classified as compliant, aggressive or detached types
Who developed these concepts, the shadow, animus and anima, collective unconscious & archetypes
Carl Jung
According to Erikson's psychosocial view, the struggle between industry and inferiority occurs during what
Infancy
erikson's preschool-age phase corresponds to which Freudian stage
Phallic
Which term refers to the repetitiohn of interpretations and the overcoming of resistance so that clients can resolve neurotic patterns
Working through
Analysis of transference is central to psychanalysis because it does what
Allows clients to relive their past in therapy and to gain insight
In brief psychodynamic therapy (BPT) the therapist assumes what
An active role in quickly formulating a therapeutic focus
Psycho dynamic group therapy is becoming decreasingly popular
False
Members can profit from identifying and exploring their transferences within the group
True
Projections onto the terapist and other members provide a clue to a member's resolved conflicts
False
One's ways of relating within the group provides clues to patterns outside of the group
True
Borderline and narcissistic disorders have been given attention by traditional psychoanalysis, Jungian therapy, object-relations theory, Ericksons develpmental approach
False
During psychoanalytic treatment, clients are tpically asked to monitor what
Behavioral changes by keeping a journal that describes what they do at home and at work.
Countertransference refers to what
The irrational reactions therapists have toward their clients.
The whole range of procedual factors in the treatment process, the analyst's relative anonymity, agreement on the payment of fees and the regularity and consistency of meetings refers to what
Maintaining the analytic framework
In psychoanalytic therapy, as opposed to classical analysis, which of the following procedures is least likely to be used
Working with transference feelings