Multiple Choice Quiz

  1. All of the following are characteristics of formed groups EXCEPT:
      a. They have an identified purpose
      b. They have a professionally trained leader
      c. They come together spontaneously
      d. They usually have some auspice e.g. agency, organization
  2. Who among the following established group work as a method within the profession of social work?
      a. Mary Richmond
      b. Charlotte Towle
      c. Grace Coyle
      d. Geisala Knopka
  3. According to the text, all of the following are types of therapeutic groups EXCEPT
      a. Sociodrama groups
      b. Children"s play groups
      c. Book club groups
      d. Basketball groups
  4. According to the text, all of the following are types of analytic groups EXCEPT:
      a. Ego supportive groups
      b. Life skills groups
      c. Psycho-drama groups
      d. Psychotherapy groups
  5. All of the following are anti-group sentiments EXCEPT:
      a. The group is unstructured
      b. The group is not in control of its own process
      c. The group shares common properties with all other groups
      d. The group is an incomplete process
  6. All of the following are common group properties EXCEPT:
      a. All groups have a purpose
      b. All groups go through stages of development
      c. All groups have an analytic base
      d. All groups have criteria for their composition
  7. Group workers must attend to all of the following group structures, EXCEPT:
      a. The group as whole
      b. The roles individual members play in the group
      c. Subgroups and/or cliques within the group
      d. All of the above
  8. According to Shulman, the person who blocks topics from group discussion is referred to as:
      a. The scapegoat
      b. The monopolizer
      c. The gatekeeper
      d. The deviant
  9. Which one of the following captures implicit and explicit group communication and interaction patterns?
      a. A genogram
      b. A cognitive map
      c. An ecomap
      d. A sociogram
  10. When themes are the focus of attention in analytic groups, the following term is used to describe the groups focus
      a. Non-problems
      b. Near problems
      c. Door knob problems
      d. All of the above
  11. All of the following are indicators of anti-group phenomenon, EXCEPT:
      a. Recapitulation of the primary group
      b. High drop out rate
      c. Excessive member absences
      d. Abrupt ending of the group
  12. All of the following are therapeutic elements in analytic groups, EXCEPT:
      a. 1%
      b. 15%
      c. 25%
      d. 50%
  13. Children are at-risk of outplacement due to all of the following EXCEPT:
      a. Interpretation/insight
      b. Corrective interactions
      c. Multiple transferences and counter-transferences
      d. All of the above
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