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background image Exam 1 Study Guide  •  Chapter 1  1.  Describe the types of activities clinical psychologists engage in. 
2.  Identify the most common employment settings of clinical 
psychologists.  3.  Describe the scientist-practitioner model. 
4.  List and describe the 5 major components of a Ph.D. program in 
clinical psychology.  5.  Compare and contrast clinical and counseling psychology. 
6.  Describe differences between clinical psychologists, 
psychiatrists, social workers and school psychologists.  7.  Determine who would be legally prohibited from using the title  “therapist” or “psychotherapist”.  •  Chapter 3  1.  Describe what the principal guidelines for training clinical  psychologists entail.  2.  Identify the critiques of the scientist practitioner model. 
3.  Compare and contrast Psy.D. and Ph.D. clinical psychology 
programs.  4.  List some of the limitations of clinical doctorate programs in  professional schools.  5.  Describe what led to the development of the Clinical Science  Model.  6.  Describe how the increasing cost of health care (and managed  care) affects the practice of clinical psychology. Identify the 
background image advantages that clinical psychologists might have in a managed 
care environment  
7.  Describe the purpose of licensing. Know the typical  requirements.  8.  Explain the pros and cons of clinical psychologists obtaining  prescription privileges  9.  Understand the ethical standards discussed: What is  competence and why is it important? What happened in the 
Tarasoff case and what are the implications on psychotherapy? 
What does it mean to have “dual relationships,” and why are 
such relationships ethically inappropriate? 
•  Chapter 4  1.  Understand what constitutes a scientific attitude and why  skepticism & humility are important  2.  Describe the advantages and limitations of a case study 
3.  Explain why correlational methods are used. What is the 
Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient (r) and how is it 
4.  Describe the limitations of correlational methods 
5.  What is a third variable? Determine what type of method 
eliminates the third variable problem and how it is eliminated.  •  Chapter 5  1.  Describe the three definitions of abnormal behavior and the  advantages and disadvantages associated with each one  2.  Define mental illness and describe why we diagnose mental  illnesses/disorders  3.  What is the DSM? Identify they key difference between the  DSM-IV-TR and DSM-5  4.  Know the essential features of the disorders discussed. 
background image 5.  Describe the types of problems that can arise regarding proper  diagnosis  6.  Define the diathesis-stress model of psychopathology.     

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School: Florida State University
Department: OTHER
Course: Clinical and Counseling Psychology
Term: Spring 2019
Name: Exam 1 Study Guide
Description: These are the answers to the learning objectives given in Chapters 1,3,4 and 5. The learning objectives are the material that will be on the test.
Uploaded: 02/01/2019
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