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Jeb has been working for the same company for three years. While his responsibilities have increased, his salary has not. Every time he resolves to talk with his supervisor about a raise, he loses his nerve. In therapy, Dr. Flores and her assistant d

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Jeb has been working for the same company for three years. While his responsibilities have increased, his salary has not. Every time he resolves to talk with his supervisor about a raise, he loses his nerve. In therapy, Dr. Flores and her assistant demonstrate how Jeb might go about asking for a raise. Then the assistant pretends to be Jeb’s boss, and Jeb practices asking for a raise. This process most closely resembles

(A) RET.
(B) existential therapy.
(C) modeling.
(D) free association.
(E) aversion therapy.

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(C) modeling.

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Modeling consists of observation and imitation. Jeb watches someone model how to ask for a raise, and then he practices that skill himself.

 
Posted : 25/03/2024 2:22 pm
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