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Who is credited with being the pioneer in presenting the concept of an object relations to the psychodynamic field and with introducing the concept of early identification as a defense mechanism?
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Melanie Klein
What is the major difference between interpersonal theories and psychoanalystic theories?
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Interpersonal theories acknowledge the importance of individual relationships in personality development.
Who believed interpersonal relationships included characteristic interaction patterns and therefore personality could be identified in the ways a person dealt with other people?
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Harry Stack Sullivan
__________ theories are based on the views of human potential for goodness and focuses on one's ability to learn about oneself, acceptance of self and exploration of personal capabilities.
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Humanistic theories
Alfred Adler, Carl Jung, Karen Horney, Otto Rank, Erich Fromm and Melanie Klein are all considered what type of theorists?
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Neo-Freudian
Harry Stack Sullivan is considered a __________ theorist.
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Interpersonal
Carl Rogers, Abraham Maslow and Frederick Perls are considered ___________ theorists.
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Humanistic theorists
__________ theorists believe a patient should work towards developing a positive attitude and learning to experience the world in a different way.
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Humanistic theorists
___________ is a theorist who defined empathy as a clinical tool to perceive the world in the same way as a client. It is considered a non-direct but not passive, method.
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Carl Rogers
________ was a theorist who believed that a therapist must be emotionally invested in a client to ensure a therapeutic process.
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Carl Rogers
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Who developed Gestalt Therapy?
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Frederick S. Perls
What is Gestalt Therapy?
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Individual and group exercises that enhance a person's awareness of emotions, physical state, and repressed needs as well as physical and psychological stimuli in their environment.
Maslow advocated viewing human behavior from the perspective of a person's ________.
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Needs
Edwin Guthrie, Ivan Pavlov, and John Watson are all _________ theorists.
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Behavioral
_________ theories attempt to explain how people learn and act. They focus on normal human behavior.
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Behavioral
__________ made a clear connection between thought processes and physiologic responses through his experimentation with dogs and their stomach secretions.
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Ivan Pavlov
Classical conditioning is associated with what behaviorist?
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Ivan Pavlov
_________'s work was important in understanding the learning of automatic responses such as habitual behaviors.
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Ivan Pavlov
_________'s work was important in analyzing habitual behaviors. He found that the recurrence of responses tends to follow a specific stimulus.
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Edwin Guthrie
__________ introduced the principles of frequency and recency in his focus on the relationship between mind and body.
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John Watson
Skinner and Thorndike are behavioral theorists that focused on _________ theories.
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Reinforcement
  
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