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UOP PSY 480 Week Two Quiz Version 3

1. A crisis interview would be appropriate to a. assess how family of origin influences a person’s ability to handle a crisis b. obtain a clearer understanding of a patient’s diagnosis c. assess whether a depressed client with frequent suicidal thoughts has formulated a detailed plan d. screen for a patient’s level of psychological functioning 2.________ testing uses ambiguous or unstructured testing stimuli to which a person responds freely to the testing stimuli. ________ is an example of this type of testing. a. Objective; MMPI b. Projective; TAT c. Functional; NEO-PI-R d. Intelligence; Stanford-Binet 3. ________ testing is used to learn more about a person’s overall cognitive strengths and weaknesses. ________ is an example of this type of testing. a. Objective; MMPI b. Projective; TAT c. Functional; NEO-PI-R d. Intelligence; Stanford-Binet 4. Almost immediately after he developed it, ________ expressed concern about the misinterpretation, overgeneralization, and misuse of his IQ test. a. J. P. Guilford b. Alfred Binet c. L. L. Thurstone d. Charles Spearman 5. One of the common concerns associated with IQ testing is that a. a wide variety of human behaviors is being measured b. a person's performance is compared against others’ performances c. testing is used to learn about cognitive strengths and weaknesses d. there is a possibility of racial bias 6. An IQ test is given to a child on Tuesday. When given the test again on Thursday, the child’s scores differ significantly. This is an issue of a. functionality b. reliability c. observation d. reflection 7. Harry is a 7-year-old boy who is experiencing problems with receptive language. He seems to understand some but not all of what is said to him. His verbal and nonverbal responses are sometimes inappropriate. His parents and teachers want more information about Harry’s cognitive functioning. The most appropriate test to assess Harry is the a. Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children – Fourth Edition (WISC) b. Million Clinical Multiaxial Inventories (MCMI) c. Sixteen Personality Factors (16PF) d. Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI-2) 8. What is a risk factor when assessing for suicide? a. The type of questionnaire used b. Previous attempts c. Watching movies about suicide d. Maintaining an active social structure 9. A potential limitation of a structured interview is that a. it does not allow the flexibility to tailor the experience to the individual needs of the person being interviewed b. questions are organized in a logical flow c. patients’ answers direct which additional questions they receive d. none of the above 10. Isaac is a single, 40-year-old male who runs his own business. Lately, he feels tired all the time, lacks motivation and appetite, and is not enthusiastic about anything. Based on his symptoms, which type of interview is most appropriate to use? a. Termination b. Crisis c. Mental status d. Diagnostic

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