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Solution Manual Of Groups Process and Practice 9th Edition

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Solution Manual Of Groups Process and Practice 9th Edition

Textbook Name Groups: Process and Practice, Corey 9e

Chapter Number and Name: 7: Transition Stage of a Group

Multiple Choice Test Bank

  1. The correct (and by default, most complete) phase-link of group work is:
  2. Transition – Working Stage – Final Stage
  3. Transition – Orientation – Working Stage – Final Stage
  4. Orientation – Working Stage – Transition – Final Stage
  5. Orientation – Transition – Working Stage – Final Stage

ANS: D PG: 216

  1. A term used to describe the group’s barrier toward advancement in the Transition stage is:
  2. Restive
  3. Resistive
  4. Hyper-productive
  5. Counterproductive

ANS: B PG: 216

  1. A critical aspect of the Transition stage is learning about one’s:
  2. Transferences
  3. Capacity to conform
  4. Repressed memories
  5. Capacity to change

ANS: D PG: 217

  1. Which of the following is not considered a critical-to-address characteristic of the Transition Stage?
  2. One’s childhood experiences
  3. Anxiety
  4. Fears
  5. Control issues

ANS: A PG: 218

  1. Which of the following is a clear sign that trust is being built within the group?
  2. Storytelling is commonplace
  3. Members have split into cliques and smaller groups
  4. Members depend on the leader to take charge
  5. Members speak openly of their agendas

ANS: D PG: 218

  1. Thomas Parham (2007) states his belief that members must actively involve themselves in ____________ others in order for progress to occur.
  2. Confronting
  3. Challenging
  4. Trusting
  5. Supporting

ANS: C PG: 219

  1. According to the psychoanalytic perspective, the correct pathway in which resistance is allowed to be overcome is:
  2. Threatening material -> denial and repression -> conscious awareness
  3. Ego -> repression -> unconscious
  4. Threatening material -> symbolic -> concrete
  5. Threatening material -> disorder -> expression -> awareness

ANS: A PG: 219

  1. Resistance can represent a method of ___________ that the individual, at one point, considered, either consciously or subconsciously, as being _____________.
  2. Survival/expressive
  3. Adaptability/instinctive
  4. Projection/productive
  5. Coping/adaptive

ANS: D PG: 220

  1. Melanie is over-resistant, even during the intermediate phase of the Transition Stage. Ormont (1988) would point to a fear of ____________as the root cause of Melanie’s problem.
  2. Judgmentalism
  3. Success
  4. Intimacy
  5. Reactions

ANS: C PG: 221

  1. De Shazer (1984) attributes most instances of failure of a client to overcome resistance to:
  2. The practitioner
  3. The client
  4. An incorrect theoretical approach
  5. An ineffective member-to-group fit

ANS: A PG: 222

  1. It should be stressed to group members that while engaging in self-disclosure, they can still retain a sense of:
  2. Dignity
  3. Privacy
  4. Control
  5. Respect

ANS: B PG: 224

  1. Which of the following is not a legitimate fear associated with members of a therapeutic group?
  2. “What if somebody tries to hug me? I hate being touched.”
  3. “If pushed too hard, I might hurt somebody.”
  4. “I might bore others if I speak up.”
  5. “I’m getting married soon. At the wedding, what if somebody recognizes my therapist?”

ANS: D PG: 227

  1. Satish has been holding back his feelings in the face of a fellow group member who has been making disparaging remarks about a third member under his breath. He feels, finally, ready to confront the offender. Which of the following is a legitimate form of confronting?
  2. Revealing what he has overheard, then becoming silent
  3. Challenging the offender’s integrity
  4. Telling the offender what is wrong with him
  5. Doing so with the goal of growing closer

ANS: D PG: 230

  1. Penelope is the most difficult client whom group leader Ari has had to deal with in his 30 years of practice. She is disruptive, rude, overbearing and confrontational. Just now, an intense argument was initiated by Penelope. Two other members have threatened to quit the group. Which of the following is correct?
  2. Ethically, Ari must dismiss Penelope to preserve the group
  3. Ari should quash the conflict temporarily in favor of a “cooling-off” period
  4. Ari should state his observations and hunches in a tentative manner
  5. Ari should respond in-kind to Penelope to see how she feels when presented with “her” behavior

ANS: C PG: 234

  1. A group member is silent. It seems by his nonverbal behavior that he has something to say. The leader asks herself in contemplation, “Is he waiting for me to call on him?” Is this a legitimate concern?
  2. No; members were told they could speak freely
  3. Probably; the member exhibits many childish behaviors
  4. No, the member is 42 years old and quite well-adjusted
  5. Maybe; it could be politeness

ANS: D PG: 236

  1. It is important to educate non-participatory or minimally participatory members that others in the group are likely to react to them with:
  2. Transference
  3. Counter-transference
  4. Projection
  5. Regression

ANS: C PG: 236

  1. Mort works in a position of authority. He is a college guidance counselor. He is now a member of a court-mandated group. When others speak of their problems, he is always the first to react, even at the risk of cutting off other would-be responders. He seems to speak more than any other member. His behaviors could legitimately be construed as:
  2. Well-meaning, altruistic and in many ways productive
  3. Participatory, therefore acceptable
  4. Monopolizing
  5. Being worthy of dismissal; they are highly-disruptive

ANS: C PG: 238

  1. When storytelling takes place in a/an ____________ manner, it is considered to be _____________.
  2. Reactionary/repressive
  3. Detached/defensive
  4. Hostile/dissociative
  5. Any/productive

ANS: B PG: 240

  1. Being “parental” toward group members is:
  2. Counterproductive and can represent a dependency issue on the part of the practitioner
  3. Always a legitimate method of fostering progress
  4. Insulting
  5. Acceptable when the members are low functioning and/or have lacked parents as proper role models

ANS: A PG: 243

  1. A group member openly challenges co-leaders simultaneously. The co-leaders should:
  2. Always meet privately to discuss a reaction
  3. React with a united front at all costs; the most important aspect of the reaction is consistency and solidarity between leaders
  4. Always address the issue before the entire group; it is the group’s business
  5. Address the issue objectively — at all costs — either privately or in front of the group

ANS: D PG: 257


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