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Short answer test in prep for test 1

This is a practice test. It%27s purpose is to help you study. Use it wisely to test yourself. Help yourself to see areas that you need to focus on to prepare for your test. Answer each question with your memory then when stuck open up your notes or textbook to complete the answer.

1. Explain Delayed Reinforcement ( 5 marks)
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2. What is Relapse Syndrome?(1Mark)
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3. What is relapse
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4. What is PAWS? Please explain it.
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5. Please give an explanation of the problems that are frequently encountered in treatment including relapse? (7 marks)
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6. Identify and include a brief explanation of the five stages of change by Prochaska and Diclemente
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7. 50%25 of those admitted to treatment programs drop out of treatment before the # DAY
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8. What is the role of the worker within the Disease Model?
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9. What are determinants of relapse (6 marks)
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10. What is AVE? Define
11. What is the identification of antecendents of relapse? Give an examp0loe of this?
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12. Explain harm reduction and where it is mostly use?
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13. Please identify the steps of relaspe prevention plannoing and a key element of each step? ( 18 marks)
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14. Please identify the work that Gorski did in 1973. Include who he researched, what 4 things the patients had in common and why this study is not reflective of all recovering addicts.
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15. What is the matrix model? (3 marks)
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16. Which question is not an example or reason for limit testing by the clients in treatment
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17. What are three Relapse Prevention Models? Please give a brief description of the theory of each model.
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18. The disease of addiction is one that can be arrested but never cured.
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19. What is incorporated in a treatment plan?? ( 8 markis)
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20. What are four elements common to those who relapse? Please give an example or explanation for each element ( 8 marks)
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21. What is the difference between a craving and an urge?
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