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110 年 - [無官方正解]110 國立政治大學_碩士班招生考試_心理學系:臨床與變態心理學#108079 

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1.1. Clients may terminate therapy at what point?
(A)Clients have the right to terminate at any point, without reason.
(B) Clients may terminate when the provider believes they have achieved sufficient insight.
(C) Clients may terminate when their bill is paid.
(D)Clients may terminate when all their homework is complete.

2.2.Clients who are stable, organized and have reasonably good coping skills might be likely to have which type of termination?
(B) Impulsive
(C) Premature

3.3. "Secondary gain" implies that the client
(A)can do less work in the therapy
(B) must bring his or her family to the sessions
(C) somehow "profits" from maintaining their symptoms
(D)must force the therapist to work harder in the therapy

4.4. The timing and placement of a particular therapeutic intervention:
(A)is of no particular importance.
(B) may make the difference between the level of effectiveness of the intervention
(C) depends on the length of the session
(D)is just chance or luck

5.5. Change as a process is best described as:
(A)a circuitous process of small events that accrue over time
(B) a direct line toward a well-defined goal
(C) a predictable time-limited phenomena
(D)a motivational challenge that requires extensive willpower

6.6. If a person is oblivious to the notion of a personal need to change despite abundant feedback and evidence of impairment, they are in the______stage of change.
(B) late
(C) maintenance

7.7.Which of the following statements concerning the current practice of psychotherapy is true?
(A)Empirically supported treatments for specific syndromes are not widely used.
(B) Adherence to a single school of therapy is by far the prevailing norm.
(C) Empirically supported relationships have been deemed unethical.
(D)Effective psychotherapists customize discrete methods and relationship stances.

8.8. The success of any intervention depends heavily on:
(A)the skill and experience level of the therapist
(B) the interpersonal and clinical context in which it is applied
(C) the extent of empirical support for the intervention
(D)the amount of time available for therapy stage

9.9. Telling a client, "Cheer up! You have no good reason to be depressed," is an example of:
(A)emotional invalidation
(B) effective motivation
(C) interoceptive exposure
(D)brief therapy

10.10. In which behavioral intervention does the client have repeated or extended contact with a feared stimulus?
(A)systematic exposure
(B) stimulus control
(C) time management
(D)graduated tasks

11.11. Clients are taught to detect and reality check thoughts and develop coping responses in which cognitive intervention?
(A)generate options and alternatives
(B) downward arrow
(C) scale on a continuum
(D)detect and evaluate automatic thoughts

12.12. The patient's role in contemporary psychotherapy can best be described as:
(B) submissive
(C) collaborative

13.13. If you are a psychologist working in an emergency room setting, and hired to gather pertinent information about why a client presents for help, which type of questioning are you likely to use most in your initial interview?
(A)multiple-choice questions
(B) closed-ended questions
(C) open-ended questions
(D)unstructured interviewing

14.14. When writing assessment reports, clinicians' impressions of the clients should...
(A)not be included.
(B) should be represented in the recommendations section.
(C) be clearly differentiated from factual information.
(D)incorporated throughout the report.

15.15. Recommendations included in a written assessment report should meet the following criteria:
(A)They should be empirically-validated.
(B) They should always include a general statement offering more testing.
(C) They should be consistent with findings and conclusions.
(D)They should include peer-reviewed references.

16.16. Which of the following tests is NOT an example of a projective test?
(A)Stroop Test
(B) Thematic Apperception Test
(C) Rorschach Inkblot Test
(D)Rotterdam Sentence Completion Test

17.17. Which of the following types of assessments would be best to answer the following question, "A 6-year-old child is having trouble in school, and not staying in his seat during lessons: does the child have an attention deficit disorder, an anxiety disorder, or conduct disorder?"
(A)Diagnostic Assessment
(B) Behavioral Assessment
(C) Descriptive Assessment
(D) Personality Assessment

18.18. Which of the following statements best describes the purpose of conducting assessments in the practice of clinical psychology?
(A)Conducting an assessment of a client enables data to be used for research, and clinical outcomes to be generalized to other patients.
(B) Conducting an assessment builds the client's confidence in the therapist's ability to help him/her.
(C) Conducting as assessment of a client enables classification, description, and evaluation, and prediction of the client's circumstances.
(D)Conducting an assessment of a client allows the therapist to establish rapport with that client.

19.19. Which of the following concepts would NOT be considered under the heading of "cognition," according to the biopsychosocial systems model of human behavior?
(A)Information processing
(B) Mental status exam
(C) Core beliefs
(D)Covert behavior

20.20. Which is the most common type of predictive assessment conducted in general outpatient psychotherapy practices?
(A)Assessment to determine the likelihood of career success
(B) Assessment of risk for acquiring an Axis I disorder
(C) Assessment of dangerousness or suicidality
(D)Assessment to determine academic aptitude

21.21. Joseph Wolpe's contribution was that there was a________ between anxiety and relaxation
(A)reciprocal inhibition
(B) counterbalancing effect
(C) negative charge
(D)common element

22.22. Which of the following statements best characterizes individualistic aspects of a culture?
(A)social identity and self-esteem are based on one's membership in a family and a well-defined community
(B) priorities include developing one's unique, competitive talents and achieving inner harmony
(C) boundaries for membership in social groups is relatively tight and very important to personal success
(D)individualists tend to be cynical about power and view their access to influence as remote 

23.23. Which of the following best describes the concept of "culture"?
(A)superior and enduring elements of the visual and dramatic arts
(B) distinctive biological characteristics and features that are inherited
(C) beliefs and values that shape norms, customs, social institutions, and psychological processes
(D)multiple aspects of personal identity such as race, ethnicity, gender, age, religion, language, or sexual orientation

24.24. In which type of design are the conditions, variables, and participants scrupulously screened and selected for specific traits or characteristics desired by the researcher to isolate what is being studied from any possible confounds, or undesired interference in the study?
(A)quasi-experimental design
(B) case study design
(C) qualitative methodology
(D)cross-sectional research design

25.25. Which of the following designs is NOT classified as "lowest constraint research?"
(A)observational research
(B) correlational research
(C) archival studies
(D)single-subject experimental design

26. 一 、請說明並且比較在DSM-IV中的「譫妄、失智、失憶性疾患、及其他認知疾患」Delirium Dementia, and Amnestic and Other Cognitive Disorders)與DSM-5中的認知類障礙症 Neurocognitive Disorders)的異同(20%)

二、小倫是一位事業有成的28歲年輕人,為了工作常晚睡早起,在接了主管職位後,更加認真努 力!最近與一位交往多年的女友已論及婚嫁,想要一起走向未來的美好人生。然而,一日夜晚 加班後,小倫騎著機車在等紅線燈時,被後面速度甚快且幾乎無剎車的汽車撞倒了!所幸他載 著全罩式安全帽且不時盯著後視鏡,他有發現這個來势兇猛的汽車。因此他得以及時跳開,並 未正面受到衝撞。即使如此,他仍被撞倒在地且頭部有受到撞擊,但他並不自覺有明顯昏迷的現象;他迅速被送去醫院急診,昏迷指數是14分,且安排照了電腦斷層影像。結果並未發現腦 部有急性出血的現象,但四肢有嚴重挫傷與撕裂傷待治療。
 過了一個月後,小倫再次回到門診。他很生氣地要求診斷書,因為肇事者不聞不問,他準備要提出刑事與民事訴訟。然而,他的症狀没有減輕反而加重!他前幾天甚至與未婚妻大吵一架, 現在未婚妻已暫時跟他分開,想說兩人冷靜一下也好。
 時間又過了半年,小倫這次有點蓬頭垢面地來到門診,他一臉沮喪地說:「他結不了婚了!因為 這段時間他一直專注在自己的症狀,還有訴訟的問題:他的未婚妻好像有點怕他,他不知道該 怎麼辦?」工作的部分,他提到大主管覺得他工作能力明顯下降,注意力不集中、記憶力好像也沒以前好!小倫非常擔心自己會不會連工作都沒了!?他這一兩個月來看了好多家醫院,各 種不同科別,好像也沒什麽解決方法,而且後來都叫他去看身心科!!?他愈講愈氣,當場在門 診又發怒了起來!

【題組】 (1)請可能從「生理–心理一社會」之整合式角度加以衡鑑小倫的臨床狀況;



30.三、請說明DSM-5中的酒精使用疾患(Alcohol Use Disorders)臨床表現舆可能成因。(10%)



42.右圖中標示的 “丁”,主要的功能為何? (A)可記憶小時候的趣事 (B)可嗅出花朵的芬芳 (C)傳遞由中樞神經發出的訊號 (D)控制頸部以上的反射動作。 ...

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