psychologists are concerned with group decision making, employee morale, work motivation, productivity, job stress, and many such organizational issues.

psychologists are concerned with group decision making, employee morale, work motivation, productivity, job
stress, and many such organizational issues.

  1. Educational
  2. Developmental
  3. Industrial/organizational
  4. Experimental
  5. _______________
    psychologists design and evaluate tests of mental abilities, aptitudes,
    interests, and personality.
  6. Educational
  7. Developmental
  8. Experimental
  9. Psychometric
  10. Linda
    is a clinical psychologist. The clinical program she attended to start her
    professional practice required her to
    complete a literature review instead of a dissertation. Linda’s advanced degree
    is most likely a(n):
  11. PhD.
  12. PsyD.
  13. MD.
  14. EdD.
  15. In
    the United States, which of the following professionals must have a doctoral
    degree in psychology?
  16. clinical psychologists
  17. psychoanalysts
  18. psychiatrists
  19. psychotherapists
  20. A
    _______________ is a medical doctor who diagnoses and treats mental disorders
    and takes a more biological
    approach than other psychotherapists.
  21. psychiatrist
  22. psychoanalyst
  23. LCSW
  24. MFCC
  25. The term _______________ is unregulated, and
    so, a practitioner may have an advanced professional degree or no degree at
    all.
  26. clinical psychologist
  27. psychiatrist
  28. psychoanalyst
  29. psychotherapist
  30. Dr.
    Braun has been treating a child with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.
    She decides to write a prescription
    for Ritalin. Given this information, it is most likely that Dr. Braun is a:
  31. psychiatrist.
  32. psychoanalyst.
  33. clinical psychologist.
  34. school psychologist.
  35. A
    psychiatrist is a therapist:
  36. with a PsyD.
  37. trained in psychoanalysis.
  38. that is more likely than other types of
    therapists to take a biological approach to treatment.
  39. who is not legally required to have any
    degree at all.

.

  1. The
    increase in freestanding professional schools of psychology has resulted in:
  2. an increased number of qualified
    psychologists.
  3. concerns about an increasing number of
    poorly-trained psychologists.
  4. a change in legislation which allows
    clinical psychologists to prescribe medications.
  5. changes in licensing requirements for
    psychologists.

.

  1. In
    almost all states, a _______________ is required to obtain a license to
    practice clinical psychology.
  2. doctoral degree
  3. master’s degree
  4. medical degree
  5. certificate from a psychoanalytic institute

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of the following was the major reason for the formation of the Association for
Psychological Science (APS)?

  1. Psychotherapists were losing their “human
    touch” by relying too much on psychology’s empirical findings.
  2. Academic-research psychologists were
    unschooled in current therapeutic methods of psychology.
  3. There were many differences in training and
    attitudes between scientists and many therapists.
  4. Clinical psychologists wanted to be able to
    prescribe drugs.
  5. Which
    of the following is true about psychologists’ roles in the general community?
  6. Psychologists are prohibited by law from
    working for, or with, government agencies.
  7. Clinical
    psychologists frequently contribute to their communities, but there are few
    opportunities for research psychologists to do the same.
  8. Research
    psychologists frequently contribute to their communities, but there are few
    opportunities for clinical psychologists to do the same.
  9. All
    types of psychologists contribute to their communities by helping to solve
    problems and answer important questions.
  10. There
    is a growing trend among psychologists to have interests and beliefs that:
  11. include aspects of two or more traditional
    approaches.
  12. are related to the environmental effects on
    behavior.
  13. were once considered pseudoscience.
  14. cannot be studied using empirical methods.

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