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A researcher wants to test a new drug for ADHD. He gives one patient the new drug and the other patient a simple sugar pill. The patient who took the sugar pill reports increased and better ability to focus and concentrate even though he was not given the new drug. This is an example of:
Both the effects of a placebo and a nocebo are:
A researcher is studying a group of preschoolers in the afternoon after their nap from the corner of the room. The preschoolers are very much aware of the guest in the classroom and are absolutely fixated on her presence. In order to prevent the Hawthorne Effect, the researcher should have:
In order to ethically conduct research with human subjects the researcher must first:
A group of student researchers are struggling to achieve parsimony in order to report their research findings. Parsimony means:
In 1940, Dr. Kenneth and Dr. Mamie Clark conducted the famous “Doll Experiment” which studied children’s attitude about race. They published a research article on the subject in which over 60 years later modern-day researchers were able to duplicate the experiment. The ability to duplicate an experiment is based on:
The best way to prove the validity of research results is:
Normal distribution means:
Standard deviation means:
A good example of normal distribution on a bell curve would be:
A researcher wants to distinguish his data by gender and assigns the numbers; 1 = males and 2 = females. This assignment is referred to as:
A researcher administered a questionnaire to a group of high school students. After collecting and reviewing the completed questionnaires the researcher noticed that a majority of the group of students did not follow the directions when filling out the questionnaire. This is an example of:
The special protections for confidentiality of alcohol and drug patients is provided for under which of the following statutes or rules?
Counselor supervisors have the following forms of liability:
The Code of Ethics for counselors is established and governed by the_______.
Jessica practices from a spiritual and Christian counseling perspective. She works largely with adolescent girls. In her session with Sylvia today, Sylvia revealed that she is pregnant and is considering an abortion. She asks Jessica what her options are. Jessica does not personally support abortion and is uncomfortable discussing it with Sylvia, since she believes that Sylvia should have her baby. What is the best option from the choices below?
Professional Counselors are_______.
Many states allow licensed professional counselors to______.
Andrea wants to grow her private practice. Her business cards and advertisements state that she is a “Licensed Counseling Psychologist.” What can be assumed about Andrea’s professional status?
CACREP stands for:
What is the difference between a professional counselor and a social worker?
NBCC stands for:
ACA stands for:
Which of the following results with the act of informing a client of all fees for services before counseling takes place?
A professor refers a student to counseling services and bumps into the counselor in the hallway. The professor asks the counselor, “So what was that student’s problem?” How should the counselor respond?
A client shares that he has been embezzling money from his job to feed a drug habit. This concerns the counselor and she wonders if she should contact the proper authorities. What ethical standard should the counselor be taking into consideration?
During a counseling session, a college student discloses that he is having trouble moving on from a break up and that he plans to “stab his girlfriend the first chance he gets!” This case presents as:
Jimmy is a licensed professional counselor and is also a personal fitness trainer. Jimmy teaches a fitness class at the local gym. After class one the students approaches him and says, “I hear you are also a therapist….I was wondering would you see me as a client because I have been feeling a little depressed lately.” What ethical dilemma is Jimmy facing?
A counselor, with a heavy case load, gets engaged and quits her job as a counselor giving only one week notice. What ethical dilemma does this case present?
Wayne and David are close friends and professional counseling colleagues working at the same agency. Wayne notices that David has been inviting him to go drinking after work almost every day. Wayne notices that on several occasions he has smelled alcohol on David’s breath when he returns from lunch. What is Wayne’s ethical responsibility to his professional colleague?