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What is the use of observation method in clinical settings? An&. Observations of an individual in a natural setting is helpful but in clinical settings sometimes direct observations have ethical and practicality problems. It is more useful to be used with children than with adult clients. 30. What are the major techniques used for diagnosis of abnonnal behaviour. An&. There are four major techniques: Observations, interviews, psychological tests and physiological tests. is used. 31. Which are the major psychological tests used in clinical settings.
40. 41. n structured format What is the major use of structured intervIews? (a) To modify the client'sbehaviour (b) To allow self-administration of questionnaires (c) To evaluate the client's motivation for therapy (d) To determine whether specific symptoms are present Which of the following is the best description of the Diagnostic Interview Schedule? (~) A therapeutic interview (b) A standardized interview (c) An unstructured interview (d) A self-administered questionnaire A clinical psychologist is interviewing a client and asks a series of questions.
What is the halo effect? (a) Clients are conscientious about completing tests (b) Observers make positive ratings of people they like (c) People tend to use ratings in the middle of the scale (d) Answers at the beginning of a questionnaire are more honest 65. What is the name of the projective technique in which pictures are presented one at a time to a person who is asked to make up a story about the picture? (a) Rorschach Inkblot Test (b) Sentence Completion Test (c) Thematic Apperception Test (d) Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory 66.