OUI0040 Clinical Psychology of Children and Adolescents

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1. J. Piaget distinguished the following periods of human cognitive development:
2. Mental state, expressed in the characteristic features of experiences and behavior caused by objectively insurmountable (or subjectively understood) difficulties arising on the way to achieving the goal.
3. One of the methods of training and further training in the field of psychotherapy; Form of counseling the therapist in the course of his work by a more experienced, specially trained colleague:
4. Formation of hysterical traits of character is more conducive to education by type:
5. Cleavage of "" from reality, fixation on internal experiences, affective complexes.
6. J. Piaget distinguished the following basic mechanisms of adaptation of the individual, underlying the child´s mental development:
7. A mood characterized by a sense of inadequacy, a sense of desperation, a decrease in activity or reactivity, pessimism, sadness and the associated symptoms.
8. The field of developmental psychology, which studies the development problems of people with physical and mental disabilities, which determine their need for special conditions of education and upbringing.
9. Insight, (the insight is instantaneous, and not as a result of long searches) the client´s solution to the problem, which provides a transition to a new cognitive structure (a new understanding of previously unrecognized connections between the present and the past)
10. Silence; The lack of both a response and spontaneous speech with an unbroken ability to talk and understand someone else´s speech. It can be caused by the manifestation of negativism or hysteria-conversion disorders.
11. In the analytical psychology of Jung, an archetype, which is the center of the total integrity of the conscious and unconscious mental being.
12. The concept used to denote sexual instinct, the energy of sexual attraction, etc.
13. From the positions of the behavioral school, the motive power of a person´s mental development is:
14. Section of medical psychology, studying the patterns of changes in mental activity and personality properties in mental and somatic diseases.
15. Teaching and psychotherapeutic practice of Freud; The theoretical direction in psychology and border disciplines, which goes back to the ideas of Freud.
16. Adolescents with a hysterical character accentuation often choose:
17. Respiratory technique of psychological correction, self-exploration and spiritual transformation, developed by L. Orr and S. Ray.
18. The subject triad of clinical psychology includes:
19. Loss of intellectual ability to such an extent that it becomes impossible for the normal performance of social and professional functions.
20. One of the tendencies of the child´s speech development in early childhood is:
21. Obsessive fear, fear of closed premises.
22. A condition in which a person loses the idea of ​​himself as an individual.
23. The process, mechanism and result of the transformation of the energy of sexual desire (libido, characterized by replacing the sexual goal with a goal "" more remote and more valuable socially "
24. Interdisciplinary direction of psychology, psychiatry and general medicine, acting as a complex of theoretical views, methodology and methods of research, diagnosis and therapy, based on the recognition of the relationship between the psyche and the body.
25. The concept proposed by CG Jung, by which he denoted an emotionally colored set of representations, motives and attitudes forming in the unconscious (or superseded into it), which has a significant influence on the development and functioning of the personality.
26. The pathological state of a person manifested by its general disharmony, expressed to such an extent that it leads to violations of interpersonal communication and social adaptation of a person in many spheres of his life.
27. Neuropsychiatric weakness, increased fatigue and exhaustion, lowering the sensitivity threshold, memory

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