The Carl Rogers Quiz

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According to Carl Rogers, what is the basic motivational force leading to change in individuals?

In the 1950s, what was the emphasis of client-centered therapy according to Carl Rogers?

According to Carl Rogers, what is the source of psychological growth and maturity?

According to Rogers' Core Conditions, which of the following is NOT one of the key features?

What is the main focus of Rogers' client-centered therapy?

According to Rogers, what happens when a person denies or distorts their own experiences?

What is the role of the therapist in person-centered therapy?

According to Carl Rogers, what was the main reaction of humanism to the previous beliefs about man?

What was the emphasis of client-centered therapy in the 1950s according to Carl Rogers?

What is the main focus of Rogers' person-centered therapy?

According to Rogers' Core Conditions, which of the following is NOT one of the key features?

According to Carl Rogers, what happens when a person denies or distorts their own experiences?

According to Carl Rogers, what is the source of psychological growth and maturity?

What was the main reaction of humanism to the previous emphasis on the expression of sexual and aggressive impulses?

According to Carl Rogers, what is the basic motivational force leading to change in individuals?

According to Carl Rogers, what is the main focus of client-centered therapy?

According to Rogers' Core Conditions, what is the source of psychological growth and maturity?

According to Carl Rogers, what is the term used to describe the conditions we think we must meet in order for other people to accept us as worthy of their love or positive regard?

What are the key features of Rogers' client-centered therapy?

According to Rogers, what is the main focus of client-centered therapy?

What is the role of the therapist in person-centered therapy?

What is the term used to describe the discrepancy between the person we see ourselves as and the person we want to become?

According to Rogers, what happens when a person denies or distorts their own experiences?

What is the term used to describe the extent to which a person can access their inner subjective content?

According to Rogers, what is the basic motivational force leading to change in individuals?

What is the term used to describe the resolution of vulnerability and anxiety through greater understanding of oneself?

What is the term used to describe the therapist's understanding of the client's perspective and seeing things 'through the client's eyes'?

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Test your knowledge of Carl Rogers and his influential humanistic approach in the 1950s. Explore his reaction to prevailing beliefs about the human psyche, determinism, and the value of spirituality.

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