A Cognitive-Behavioral Approach: Treating Cocaine Addiction (CBA-1) Module 1 (4 hours)(CCJPD) Quiz

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  1. Which of the following would not be a way to move patients toward practicing skills outside of sessions?1
  2. Which of the following would not be a way to check the patients understanding?1
  3. Which of the following would be appropriate for CBT?1
  4. Which of the following would be a signal from a patient who thinks the material is not well suited to them?1
  5. Which of the following is not recommended for enhancing motivation?1
  6. Which of the following interventions is not part of CBT?1
  7. Which of the following assessment tools was not suggested as helpful?1
  8. Use a problem solving strategy for _________.1
  9. Then patients are late for appointments, the therapist may _______.1
  10. The underlying assumption of CBT is that ________ processes play an important role in cocaine abuse and dependence.1
  11. The last third of the session should include anticipation of _________.1
  12. The first step is stopping the use of “tactics”1
  13. The first session should last ________.1
  14. The early part of each session must include at least _________ for reviewing the practice exercise in detail.1
  15. The “Cocaine Use Inventory” monitors changes in patients’ ________.1
  16. Patients’ misconceptions about medications may include ________.1
  17. One of the essential interventions in CBT is ________ analysis.1
  18. Modeling is used to help the patient learn new behaviors by having the patient participate in ________.1
  19. IPT, as adapted for cocaine dependence, has __________ definitive characteristics.1
  20. In the early weeks of treatment, ________ is often necessary.1
  21. In identifying patients’ determinants of drug abuse, clinicians should focus inquiries to cover ________ general domains.1
  22. In classical conditioning, cocaine abuse may become paired with _______.1
  23. Functional analysis consists of _________.1
  24. CBT utilizes the _______ rule.1
  25. CBT is similar to ________.1
  26. CBT is not skills _______.1
  27. CBT is highly compatible with ________.1
  28. CBT is highly ________.1
  29. CBT is compatible with _________.1
  30. CBT is based on social ________ theory.1
  31. CBT is _________.1
  32. CBT has some similarities to ________.1
  33. CBT has been offered in 12 to 16 sessions over ________ weeks.1
  34. CBT has ________ critical components.1
  35. CBT for cocaine dependence is an(a) __________ treatment.1
  36. CBT attempts to help patients recognize, avoid, and ________.1
  37. An important technique used to enhance the patient’s motivation is to do a ________ analysis.1
  38. Affective _______ of substance abuse typically are more difficult to identify in the initial stages of treatment.1
  39. A review of the results of most recent urine toxicology report occurs in the ________ third(s) of a session.1
  40. A crucial role of the therapist is to establish and stress the connection between medication compliance, _________, and improvement.1
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