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Questions 1-3 match each of the following concepts with its appropriate definition

Questions 4-9 match each of the following concepts with its appropriate definition

Questions 10-11 match the concepts with their appropriate definitions

Questions 10-11 match the concepts with their appropriate definitions

Other factors influence therapy outcome. Questions 12-14 match each of the following concepts with its appropriate definition

  1. Procedural knowing
      a. Ability to act in the therapeutic moment- master clinician
      b. Ability to match fresh client data with stored, taught concepts and frameworks
      c. Concepts and frameworks taught in schools of social work
  2. Procedural knowing
      a. Ability to act in the therapeutic moment- master clinician
      b. Ability to match fresh client data with stored, taught concepts and frameworks
      c. Concepts and frameworks taught in schools of social work
  3. Tacit knowing
      a. Ability to act in the therapeutic moment- master clinician
      b. Ability to match fresh client data with stored, taught concepts and frameworks
      c. Concepts and frameworks taught in schools of social work
  4. Meta analysis
      a. Answers the question,: does the intervention work?
      b. Answers the question: what is it about the intervention that works?
      c. Answers the question: is one therapy is better than another?
      d. Pools results from multiple studies and calculates statistical significance across study measures
      e. Search for well-designed, rigorous research studies on a focal topic
  5. Effect size
      a. Answers the question,: does the intervention work?
      b. Answers the question: what is it about the intervention that works?
      c. Answers the question: is one therapy is better than another?
      d. Pools results from multiple studies and calculates statistical significance across study measures
      e. Search for well-designed, rigorous research studies on a focal topic
  6. Outcome studies
      a. Answers the question,: does the intervention work?
      b. Answers the question: what is it about the intervention that works?
      c. Answers the question: is one therapy is better than another?
      d. Pools results from multiple studies and calculates statistical significance across study measures
      e. Search for well-designed, rigorous research studies on a focal topic
  7. Process studies
      a. Answers the question,: does the intervention work?
      b. Answers the question: what is it about the intervention that works?
      c. Answers the question: is one therapy is better than another?
      d. Pools results from multiple studies and calculates statistical significance across study measures
      e. Search for well-designed, rigorous research studies on a focal topic
  8. Systematic reviews
      a. Answers the question,: does the intervention work?
      b. Answers the question: what is it about the intervention that works?
      c. Answers the question: is one therapy is better than another?
      d. Pools results from multiple studies and calculates statistical significance across study measures
      e. Search for well-designed, rigorous research studies on a focal topic
  9. Comparative studies
      a. Answers the question,: does the intervention work?
      b. Answers the question: what is it about the intervention that works?
      c. Answers the question: is one therapy is better than another?
      d. Pools results from multiple studies and calculates statistical significance across study measures
      e. Search for well-designed, rigorous research studies on a focal topic
  10. Effectiveness studies
      a. Outcome measures focus on overall general improvement, designs are less rigorous, greater therapist flexibility and greater co-morbidity in the client population.
      b. Outcome measures focus on specific, predetermined goals, designs are highly rigorous, therapist actions are controlled by manual protocol and the client population is homogeneous.
  11. Efficacy studies
      a. Outcome measures focus on overall general improvement, designs are less rigorous, greater therapist flexibility and greater co-morbidity in the client population.
      b. Outcome measures focus on specific, predetermined goals, designs are highly rigorous, therapist actions are controlled by manual protocol and the client population is homogeneous.
  12. Chance
      a. Many clients will get better without any intervention- spontaneous remission
      b. Client get better because both the client and the clinician believe in the helping relationship
      c. Clients get better, even when they are given an inactive ingredient.
  13. Placebo
      a. Many clients will get better without any intervention- spontaneous remission
      b. Client get better because both the client and the clinician believe in the helping relationship
      c. Clients get better, even when they are given an inactive ingredient.
  14. Placebo
      a. Many clients will get better without any intervention- spontaneous remission
      b. Client get better because both the client and the clinician believe in the helping relationship
      c. Clients get better, even when they are given an inactive ingredient.
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