1. Prolonged exposure to cortisol results in which of the following? Select all that apply:A. Increase in glutamate activityB. Decrease in glutamate activityC. Dendritic atrophyD. Dendritic sprouting 2. A client whose behavioral pattern is re-enacted during therapy with the therapist is an example of which of the following?A. Maladaptive schemaB. CountertransferenceC. TransferenceD. Safety behavior 3. Which of the following is a technique of mutual discovery elicited through a series of questions and answers?A. Socratic dialogueB. Downward arrowC. Cognitive rehearsalD. Cognitive restructuring 4. Which of the following is true regarding goal setting in cognitive behavior therapy?A. Goals focus on short-term rather than long-term attainmentB. Goals are general rather than specificC., Goals are set early and remain unchangedD. Goals are reviewed and revised regularly5.Which of the following components are included in the mental status examination?A.Psychiatric diagnosisB.Review of symptomsC.Perceptual experiencesD.Psychiatric history6. Choose the following techniques that are used to assess attention and calculation?A. Count by 7’s backward from 100B. Spell world forward and backwardC. Copy a simple figureD. Repeat 3 words back immediately7. Which of the following refers to a therapeutic relationship that involves a shared responsibility for setting goals, providing feedback, and operationalizing cognitive behavioral methods?A. Unconditional positive regardB. I-thou relationshipC. Collaborative empiricismD. Cognitive restructuring8. A client continued to exhibit self-defeating behaviors. The therapist suggested that rather than changing their behavior that the client observe and keep track of their self-defeating behaviors. This is an example of which of the following?A. Behavioral rehearsalB. Shame attacking exerciseC. Downward arrowD. Paradoxical intervention9. Which of the following relates to the 1976 court case of Tarasoff v. Regents of the University of California (1976)?A. Mental health providers have a duty to warn potential victims who could be harmed by a patientB Duty to warn has been federally mandated in all states in the nationC Established a clear-cut definition of “dangerousness” to assist in decision makingD Patient confidentiality cannot be broken even in the event of imminent danger 10. A term used to describe the client-therapist relationship in cognitive behavior therapy is which of the following?A. Collaborative empiricismB. Socratic questioningC. Agenda settingD. Cognitive restructuring 11. A client believed they were 100% at fault for their divorce. It was revealed that the client’s spouse had a series of extramarital affairs. Which of the following techniques did the therapist use to redistribute responsibility?A. Examining options and alternativesB. ReattributionC. Paradox or exaggerationD. Decatastrophizing Health Science Science NursingNURS 3513
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