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Question 1: [42] Forms of postmodern psychotherapy include ________, solution-focused therapy, and coherence therapy.
Post-structuralismFamily therapyNarrative therapyFeminism

Question 2: Feminism________ is an orientation arising from the disparity between the origin of most psychological theories (which have male authors) and the majority of people seeking counseling being female.
Feminist therapyAnalytical psychologySigmund FreudPsychology

Question 3: [4] Early examples of such physicians included Patañjali, Padmasambhava,[5] Rhazes, ________,[6] and Rumi.

Question 4: Modified approaches that fall into the category of CBT have also developed, including ________ and mindfulness-based cognitive therapy.
Family therapyCognitive behavioral therapyDialectical behavior therapyPsychotherapy

Question 5: Clinical psychology may be confused with ________, which generally has similar goals (e.g.
Eating disordersPsychosisDyslexiaPsychiatry

Question 6: Transpersonal – The transpersonal perspective places a stronger focus on the ________ facet of human experience.
Relationship between religion and scienceSpiritualityAtheismReligion

Question 7: In the early 19th century, one could have his or her head examined, literally, using ________, the study of personality by the shape of the skull.

Question 8: Neuropsychological testsNeuropsychological tests consist of specifically designed tasks used to measure psychological functions known to be linked to a particular ________ structure or pathway.
Sensory systemNervous systemBrainDigestion

Question 9: Projective tests, such as the ________, allow for open-ended answers, often based on ambiguous stimuli, presumably revealing non-conscious psychological dynamics.
Bipolar disorderRorschach testPsychologyPersonality psychology

Question 10: One psychiatric example of a formal interview is the ________, which is often used in psychiatry as a screening tool for treatment or further testing.
Mental disorderSchizophreniaAlzheimer's diseaseMental status examination

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