14. In the post-parental period, marital satisfaction tends to a) Increase. b) Decrease. c) Level off. 15. The vast majority of divorces occur a) Within the first year of marriage. b) In California. c) Within the first decade of marriage. 16. The process of distinguishing one illness from another is called a) Diagnosis. b) Prognosis. c) None of the above choices. 17. Estimates of lifetime prevalence suggest that psychological disorders are a) Very rare. b) More common than most people think. c) None of the above choices. 18. An unwanted, repeated, thought is called a compulsion. a) True. b) False. 19. Which of the following is considered a mood disorder? a) Schizophrenia. b) Bipolar disorder. c) Phobic disorder. 20. Schizophrenic disorders usually emerge between the ages of 45 and 60. a) True. b) False. 21. Traditionally, biomedical therapies have been provided by a) Psychiatrists. b) Social workers. c) Counselors. 22. Sigmund Freud is credited with developing psychoanalysis. a) True. b) False. 23. The main goal of cognitive therapy is to a) Uncover unconscious conflicts. b) Change the way clients think. c) Foster self-acceptance. 24. Behavior therapy involves using the principles of a) Classical conditioning. b) Operant conditioning. c) Both of the above choices. 25. In selecting a therapist, it’s a good idea to look for warmth, empathy, and self-assurance. a) True. b) False.

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