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11.According to the text and lectures, an important hidden reason for adoption of the Boulder model of clinical training was to:

a.satisfy the concerns of psychiatrists

b.give clinical psychologists separate and higher status than physicians

c.recognize the non-medical nature of psychotherapy

d.ensure high enrollment in Ph.D. psychology programs

According to the Boulder model, clinical psychologists should be trained:

a.in medical schools

c.by psychiatrists

b.in schools of clinical psychology

d.as scientists first

12.When the National Science Foundation (NSF) was created, social science was:

a.specifically excluded

c.included with a ceiling on grant size

b.specifically included

d.given its own foundation, the NSSF

13.In the post-WW II years, support for research in the behavioral sciences came mostly from:

a.the Ford Foundation

c.the NSF

b.the military

d.telethons

14.Although psychology sometimes seemed to be a value-free science like other sciences, psychologists in fact taught that ________ was an important value.

a.self-adjustment

c.progressivism

b.independence

d.self-knowledge

15.In the 19 century good character demanded self-discipline and self-sacrifice, however, in the 20th century self-sacrifice began to be replaced by which of the following?

a.self-realization

b.self-loathing

c.progressivism

d.absolute morality.

16.Client-centered psychotherapy was important for developing clinical psychology in the 1940s because it:

a.provided a form of therapy not rooted in psychiatry

b.worked better than psychoanalysis

c.was solidly based on psychological research

d.was scientifically quantitative

17."Third Force" psychology refers to:

a.psychoanalysis

c.S-R behaviorism

b.radical behaviorism

d.humanistic psychology

18.First force psychology was considered to be ________, while Second Force Psychology was ______.  Finally, Third Force psychology was ________.

a.Humanistic psychology, Behaviorism, Neuro-science.

b. Behaviorism, Psychoanalysis, Humanistic

c.Psychoanalysis, Behaviorism, Humanistic

d.Structuralism, Gestalt, Counseling.

19.Carl Rogers established three modes of knowing. The first is objective (scientific) and the second is personal subjective knowledge of conscious experience. The third mode is ______.

a. logical

b.sensorimotor

c.quantitative

d.empathy

20.In terms of the three modes of knowing, Carl Rogers believed it was important for the clinician to master the mode of _______ , because only then could they hope to help the client.

a.sensorimotor

b.abstract

c.empathy

d.logic

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