Contextual

Katie Leonard
Quiz by Katie Leonard, updated 10 months ago
Katie Leonard
Created by Katie Leonard 10 months ago
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Marriage & Family Therapy Quiz on Contextual, created by Katie Leonard on 11/29/2019.
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Question 1

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This theory's keywords are: debts, ledger, and equity.
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  • Structural
  • Cybernetics
  • Contextual
  • Strategic

Question 2

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Contextual: [blank_start]Ivan Bozormenyl-Nagy[blank_end] described ethics as a uniquely human process of achieving an equitable balance of [blank_start]fairness[blank_end] among people.
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  • Ivan Bozormenyl-Nagy
  • Salvador Minuchin
  • John Bowlby
  • finances
  • fairness
  • attention

Question 3

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Contextual: Two things we are looking for are - 1) [blank_start]Reliability[blank_end] - meets expectations 2) Trustworthiness - emotional response to reliability
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  • Mutual benefit
  • A good effort
  • Reliability

Question 4

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Contextual: EQUITY means...
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  • equality
  • fairness, based on needs
  • we're all in this together

Question 5

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Contextual: LOYALTY means...
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  • will form an alliance with you against an outsider
  • commitment to align
  • getting coupons in the mail

Question 6

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Contextual: [blank_start]Loyalty[blank_end] and [blank_start]trustworthiness[blank_end] provide the glue that holds families together.
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  • Loyalty
  • Responsibility
  • trustworthiness
  • chore charts

Question 7

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Contextual: [blank_start]Generations[blank_end] are bound together by [blank_start]loyalties[blank_end], even across time and distance. (this applies even to dead people)
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  • Generations
  • Leaders
  • Friends
  • loyalties
  • stories
  • obligations

Question 8

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Contextual: This model stresses the importance of parents to provide ______________ parenting.
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  • trustworthy
  • fun
  • dynamic

Question 9

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Contextual: [blank_start]Fairness[blank_end] demands that the most [blank_start]vulnerable[blank_end] people deserve the greatest consideration, AND that the one giving the consideration deserves [blank_start]acknowledgement[blank_end].
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  • Fairness
  • Demanding people
  • Human rights
  • vulnerable
  • vocal
  • acknowledgement
  • lots of cookies
  • payment

Question 10

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Contextual: All humans, by virtue of being born to parents, have a ___________ from their interactions with them.
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  • stress load
  • legacy
  • personality

Question 11

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Contextual: What each person is inherently and fairly due, and what each accrues based on their behavior toward others is known as -
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  • entitlements
  • inheritance
  • therapy

Question 12

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Contextual: If a person who is due an entitlement is not receiving it, there is now a ___________. (Parents are accruing things based on how they parent.)
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  • debt
  • resentment
  • reward

Question 13

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The relative balance of debts and entitlements is called the _____________. It is kept in the subconscious.
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  • open records request
  • file
  • ledger

Question 14

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Contextual: [blank_start]Emotional[blank_end] health depends on there being a balance between [blank_start]repayment[blank_end] of debt to the family of origin, and [blank_start]self-fulfillment[blank_end].
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  • Emotional
  • Physical
  • Spiritual
  • repayment
  • acknowledgement
  • self-fulfillment
  • guilt for not wanting to repay it
  • guided meditations

Question 15

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Goals of Contextual therapy:
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  • Action
  • Insight
  • self-validation/fulfillment
  • fair accountability

Question 16

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The word "Contextual" refers to the total range of persons who are potentially [blank_start]affected[blank_end] by the therapeutic effort (in the past, present, and future).
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  • affected
  • enraged
  • healed

Question 17

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Contextual therapists pay close attention to the _____________ and ______________ context of the family.
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  • social, political
  • emotional, educational
  • financial, racial

Question 18

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Contextual: 4 essential dimensions of individual and relational psychology that interact with one another
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  • history
  • facts
  • psychology
  • transactions
  • relational ethics (especially important)
  • fiction

Question 19

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Contextual: ___________ are attributes that people are born with (gender, ethnicity, etc. + divorce, abuse, illness, etc.)
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  • Facts
  • Psychology
  • Transactions
  • Relational ethics

Question 20

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Contextual: _____________ happens within the person.
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  • Facts
  • Psychology
  • Transactions
  • Relational ethics

Question 21

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Contextual _____________ correspond with the primary domain of the majority of family therapy models (e.g. hierarchy, triangulation, etc.).
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  • Facts
  • Psychology
  • Transactions
  • Relational ethics

Question 22

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Contextual: _____________ - people are ethically responsible for the effect of their behavior on others (this is the MOST salient feature of the contextual model).
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  • Facts
  • Psychology
  • Transactions
  • Relational ethics

Question 23

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Contextual: ________________ derives from a combination of internalized expectations, injunctions, and obligations in relation to one's family of origin, which exerts powerful influences.
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  • Responsibility
  • Psychology
  • Loyalty

Question 24

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Contextual: In healthy families, most of the giving and consideration justly proceeds from parent to child. This is known as equitable asymmetry.
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  • True
  • False

Question 25

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Contextual: If parents engage in fair and ethical behavior, they earn _____________, which solidifies the child's loyalty commitment.
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  • status
  • merit
  • money
  • a place in heaven

Question 26

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Contextual: ________________________ is children's inherent loyalty to their roots. They accrue debts to their parents, and repay them as they get older.
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  • royal loyalty
  • filial loyalty
  • generational loyalty

Question 27

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Contextual: When not given what is owed, people will seek it out through harmful means.
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  • Destructive entitlement
  • Theft
  • Immoral entitlement

Question 28

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Contextual: A revolving state of injustice is when the vicious cycle of injustice is stopped.
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  • True
  • False

Question 29

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Contextual: Split filial loyalties are healthy.
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  • True
  • False

Question 30

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Contextual: [blank_start]Rejunctive[blank_end] is toward trustworthy relationships, while [blank_start]Disjunctive[blank_end] is away from trustworthy relationships.
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  • Rejunctive
  • Adaptive
  • Disjunctive
  • Distancing

Question 31

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Contextual: ~HEALTHY ADULTS ~ [blank_start]Functional[blank_end] adults are able to act on their [blank_start]indebtedness[blank_end] to their parents and to contribute to the well-being of [blank_start]others[blank_end], while [blank_start]attending[blank_end] to their own interests.
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  • Functional
  • Happy
  • indebtedness
  • inhibitions
  • others
  • your mom
  • attending
  • ignoring

Question 32

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Contextual: ~ HEALTHY FAMILIES ~ "Well-functioning" is not about the presence or absence of [blank_start]symptoms[blank_end], per se. Rather, the [blank_start]relational[blank_end] balances and [blank_start]ethical[blank_end] consideration of each family member for others.
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  • symptoms
  • parents
  • relational
  • material
  • ethical
  • timely

Question 33

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Contextual: 6 GOALS of therapy ~
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  • clients free themselves from damaging loyalties
  • take responsibility for their behavior toward others
  • discover the root causes of their behavior toward others
  • reclaim disowned parts of themselves
  • attend therapy forever
  • overcome irrational guilt
  • acknowledge justifiable guilt based on unethical acts toward others
  • retreat from conflict
  • make amends for their actions

Question 34

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Contextual: This is the idea that the therapist is responsible to everyone who will be affected by therapeutic interventions.
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  • Multidirectional Partiality
  • Equitable Therapeutic Responsibility
  • Free the People

Question 35

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Contextual: Therapists should deescalate by having each partner speak directly to the therapist.
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  • True
  • False

Question 36

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Contextual: _____________ - destructive entitlements may occur when parents exploit a child by expecting the child to be a mature adult
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  • Parentification
  • Infantilization
  • Normalization

Question 37

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Contextual ____________ - parents prevent the child's growth
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  • Parentification
  • Infantilization

Question 38

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Contextual: This was a psychiatric social worker with Borozmenyl-Nagy, who developed the theory of INVISIBLE LOYALTY. This person came up with a lot of Contextual therapy terms.
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  • George Meiner
  • Geraldine Spark
  • Gary Normanweld

Question 39

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Contextual: With [blank_start]ethically bound[blank_end] roles, children are [blank_start]labeled[blank_end] (successful, lazy, hot-headed) and are ethically bound to fulfill these roles, even as [blank_start]adults[blank_end]. The therapeutic goal is to [blank_start]reassess[blank_end], pay off debts, and [blank_start]free[blank_end] themselves from [blank_start]oppressive[blank_end] obligations.
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  • ethically bound
  • unfair
  • labeled
  • compartmentalized
  • adults
  • geniuses
  • reassess
  • gain insight
  • free
  • indebt
  • oppressive
  • equal

Question 40

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Contextual: Multi-Directed Partiality - therapist helps family see justification for each member's actions
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  • True
  • False
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