Quiz Chapter 2, 10, 11
The Handbook of Psychological
Assessment
5th edition
1. The specifics of scoring and interpreting
the Rorschach are:
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
simple and straight forward
normally done with computer software
well validated
extremely complex
all of the above
1. The specifics of scoring and interpreting
the Rorschach are:
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
simple and straight forward
normally done with computer software
well validated
extremely complex
all of the above
2. The most popular and accepted scoring
for the Rorschach is:
A. Cramer’s Defense Mechanism Manual
B. Jenkin’s Handbook of clinical scoring Systems
for Thematic Apperception Techniques
C. Rorschach for Dummies
D. Exner’s Comprehensive System
E. Groth-Marnat’s Psychological Assesment
2. The most popular and accepted scoring
for the Rorschach is:
A. Cramer’s Defense Mechanism Manual
B. Jenkin’s Handbook of clinical scoring Systems
for Thematic Apperception Techniques
C. Rorschach for Dummies
D. Exner’s Comprehensive System
E. Groth-Marnat’s Psychological Assesment
3. Compared to the Rorschach, the TAT
cards : (447)
A.
B.
C.
D.
present more structured stimuli
require less complex verbal responses
rely more on quantitative methods
focuses more on the basic underlying
structure of personality
E. all of the above
3. Compared to the Rorschach, the TAT
cards :
A.
B.
C.
D.
present more structured stimuli
require less complex verbal responses
rely more on quantitative methods
focuses more on the basic underlying
structure of personality
E. all of the above
4. Which of the following is true of the
TAT?
A. it has a clear, agreed-on scoring system
B. it has a degree of standardization
comparable to the WAIS and MMPI.
C. reliability is well established
D. validity is well established
E. it is considered a highly impressionistic tool
4. Which of the following is true of the
TAT?
A. it has a clear, agreed-on scoring system
B. it has a degree of standardization
comparable to the WAIS and MMPI.
C. reliability is well established
D. validity is well established
E. it is considered a highly impressionistic tool
5. The original scoring approach by Murray
involved looking at
A. location or the area of the picture looked at
B. the content or general class of objects to
which the response belongs
C. the hero or focal figure
D. the level of self-critical introspection
E. reaction time for implicit associations
5. The original scoring approach by Murray
involved looking at
A. location or the area of the picture looked at
B. the content or general class of objects to
which the response belongs
C. the hero or focal figure
D. the level of self-critical introspection
E. reaction time for implicit associations
6. The TAT was originally based on
Murrays’ concepts of:
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Fairness
Abnormal behavior
personality
reinforcement and punishment
perception
6. The TAT was originally based on
Murrays’ concepts of:
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Fairness
Abnormal behavior
personality
reinforcement and punishment
perception
7. The TAT was developed from the study
of:
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
psychopathology
personality disorders
psychiatric inpatients
normal individuals
all of the above.
7. The TAT was developed from the study
of:
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
psychopathology
personality disorders
psychiatric inpatients
normal individuals
all of the above.
8. Rorschach primarily wanted to:
A. validate symbolic content of responses
B. interpret fantasy products triggered by the
stimulus of the inkblots
C. establish empirically based discrimination
among groups
D. focus on the experiential nature of the
responses
8. Rorschach primarily wanted to:
A. validate symbolic content of responses
B. interpret fantasy products triggered by the
stimulus of the inkblots
C. establish empirically based discrimination
among groups
D. focus on the experiential nature of the
responses
9. Cultural competency on the part of
clinicians begins with:
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
taking the Rorschach personally
self-exploration
leadership roles in community organizations
extensive travel abroad
all of the above
9. Cultural competency on the part of
clinicians begins with:
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
taking the Rorschach personally
self-exploration
leadership roles in community organizations
extensive travel abroad
all of the above
10. Cultural identity is a crucial aspect of
explaining thought feelings and behavior.
However, cultural identify varies based on:
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
race
level of identity
traditions and customs
collectivism/individualism
all of the above
10. Cultural identity is a crucial aspect of
explaining thought feelings and behavior.
However, cultural identify varies based on:
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
race
level of identity
traditions and customs
collectivism/individualism
all of the above
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