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1.  Spiritual hunger can best be defined as
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2.  This is not thought to be a factor in the mass raising of spiritual consciousness evident today.
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3.  Spirituality can best be defined as follows:
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4.  Synchronicityis a term that means:
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5.  Carl Jung believed specifically that:
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6.  The order of M. Scott Peck’s stages of spiritual growth is which of the following?
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7.  According to M. Scott Peck, a person who sees God’s will in terms of punishment and reward would fall in this category.
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8.  The first premise of Mother Earth Spirituality suggests that:
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9.  According to Hildegard von Bingen, the path of human spirituality can best be summed up as:
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10.  According to Matthew Fox, Via Creativa is best described as:
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11.  How many laws of spirituality are there according to Deepak Chopra?
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12.  According to Joseph Campbell, this is the progression of the hero’s journey:
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13.  Once defining stress as an inability to cope, stress expert Joan Borysenko now defines stress as:
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14.  The philosophy of Taoism advocates:
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15.  Spiritually speaking, Einstein’s Theory of Relativity suggests that:
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16.  The correct sequence for a stress-management technique to address spiritual well-being is:
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17.  This process is one where insight and enlightenment may occur:
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18.  This is considered to be the most painful or stressful of the four steps in the soul growth process:
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19.  Spiritual potentialis best described as:
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20.  This is the fourth pillar of human spirituality:
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21.  Current research on spirituality deals primarily with:
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22.  Jung’s idea of the shadow is that we all have a dark side of our personality that we need to come to terms with in order to be whole.
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23.  Native American spirituality suggests that God or a divine essence resides in all living and nonliving matter.
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24.  In Matthew Fox’s concept of Creation Spirituality, Via Transformativa is the path where we are cocreators for a better world.
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25.  In Joan Borysenko’s view, fear is the greatest roadblock to the path to one’s higher self.
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26.  Joan Borysenko has evolved her theory to include the mystical aspects of human spirituality, including UFOs and the search for the Holy Grail.
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27.  From the theology of Jesus of Nazareth, we learn that of faith, hope, and love—love is the greatest aspect of human existence.
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28.  Joseph Campbell believed that the spiritual hunger seen today is a result of a disconnection with our mythology.
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29.  Many of the characteristics of Taoism closely parallel characteristics of Maslow’s theory of self-actualization.
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30.  Theories based on Einstein’s Theory of Relativity lend credence to the idea that consciousness has a spiritual quality to it—an unnamed energy that goes beyond the limits of space and time.
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31.  The centering process is where “enlightenment” takes place.
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32.  “Killing off the old Gods” is an expression used to explain someone who changes religions in Peck’s Skeptic Individual stage.
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33.  Experts agree that finding and accomplishing one’s meaning in life is the true essence of spiritual well-being.
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34.  The fourth pillar of human spirituality is based on the concept of unconditional love.
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35.  By and large, spirituality and religion are basically the same thing.
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36.  “Spiritual hunger” encourages one to abandon the religion they were raised with.
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37.  Cognitive restructuring is a term best described as:
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38.  Cognitive restructuring is rooted in the work of Albert Ellis, who coined the term Rational Emotional Therapy (RET) to suggest that:
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39.  Reframing, in the form of positive affirmations:
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40.  NLP is best defined as:
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41.  This is not an example of cognitive distortion:
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42.  This is the suggested order to reconstruct negative thoughts into positive ones:
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43.  From his time in the concentration camps, Viktor Frankl learned this simple axiom to help survive:
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44.  The four stages of cognitive restructuring are:
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45.  Studies that observed the interaction between children and their parents showed that, on average, the ratio of negative comments to positive comments was 400 to 1.
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46.  The attribution theory is based on the idea of victimization.
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47.  NLP is based on the concept that language confines thinking.
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48.  Conceptually, “thought stopping” is the same thing as self-talk.
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49.  The conscious mind understands negative thoughts well.
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50.  According the research by Richard Wiseman on the topic of luck, luck and optimism are really the same thing.
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51.  This theory of behavior was tested by training dogs with a ringing bell:
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52.  This behavioral theory speaks to the nature of voluntary behaviors:
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53.  This behavioral theory is based on the admiration of mentors:
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54.  Of the following parts of one’s personality, which one is thought to be most greatly influenced to cope with stress?
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55.  This is the suggested order to make positive behavioral changes through the behavioral modification model:
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56.  Assertiveness can best be described as:
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57.  This behavior is an example of assertiveness:
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58.  Which of the following statements are true?
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59.  With regard to behavior modification, instrumental values are those which are core to the meaning of our life.
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60.  Before a behavior can be changed, a person has to admit that indeed the behavior is undesirable.
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61.  Cognitive restructuring is an important step in behavioral change.
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62.  There is no one method of behavioral change, rather, effective change occurs when many methods are combined together.
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63.  Assertiveness is being strong-willed and mildly aggressive.
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64.  The opposite of assertiveness is aggressiveness.
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65.  Virtually all effective stress-management skills adopted into one’s lifestyle would be considered as behavior modification.
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66.  It was not until this decade that art therapy emerged as its own discipline:
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67.  It is believed that the professional roots of art therapy originated from the works of:
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68.  Dr. Carl Simonton is credited with introducing art therapy for his patients diagnosed with:
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69.  The following statement is true regarding art therapy:
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70.  According to Dr. Bernie Siegel, who used art therapy with his cancer patients, the color orange typically suggests:
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71.  According to Dr. Bernie Siegel, who used art therapy with his cancer patients, the color purple typically suggests:
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72.  According to Dr. Bernie Siegel, who used art therapy with his cancer patients, the color red typically suggests:
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73.  This medium is thought to be the best to elicit feelings and emotions for nonverbal self-expression:
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74.  Art therapy is thought to be a good coping technique because:
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75.  The following can be said with validity about doodling:
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76.  This statement is not true about the interpretation of art therapy:
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77.  The use of this color in art therapy is suggested to represent passion:
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78.  The use of this color in art therapy is suggested to represent change:
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79.  The use of this color in art therapy is suggested to represent a spiritual nature:
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80.  The use of this color in art therapy is suggested to represent energy:
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81.  The use of this color in art therapy is suggested to represent ambiguity:
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82.  Art therapy is primarily used as a coping technique for cancer patients, anorexics, and war veterans.
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83.  In art therapy, as much can be revealed by what is not drawn as by what is drawn.
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84.  As a rule, women more so than men, tend to draw faces while doodling.
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85.  Art therapists may actually have people draw fantasy animals to uncover unconscious thoughts about their feelings.
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86.  Interpretations are the most difficult aspect of art therapy.
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87.  The art from dream images is more significant than that drawn from fantasy animals.
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88.  The use of the color blue in art therapy is a symbolic message from the unconscious mind about passion (anger or love).
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89.  The use of the color orange in art therapy is a symbolic message from the unconscious mind about change in one’s life.
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90.  The use of the color purple in art therapy is a symbolic message from the unconscious mind regarding one’s spiritual nature
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91.  The use of the color yellow in art therapy is a symbolic message from the unconscious mind regarding happiness and joy.
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92.  As far as we know, humor as a healing agent and coping technique dates back to:
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93.  Humor is best described as:
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94.  Black humor is thought to be:
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95.  This type of humor is thought to be helpful in relieving the fear of death.
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96.  This type of humor is based on latent aggressions.
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97.  This is considered to be the lowest form of humor:
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98.  James Bond movies and some Disney movies share this style of humor:
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99.  This theory would most likely explain the use of irony.
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100.  This theory would most likely explain the popularity of sexual jokes:
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101.  From the works of Raymond Moody, this sense of humor style would be best to describe the act of an anonymous graffitist.
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102.  According to a study published in Psychology Today, the average person laughs this many times per day:
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103.  From research by Dr. William Fry, we know that in the short term, laughter can produce the following results:
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104.  This type of humor is thought to be best suited to reduce stress-related anger and help maintain a sense of psychic balance:
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105.  This type of humor is thought to be the least suited to reduce stress and help maintain a sense of psychic balance:
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106.  Comic Weird Al Yankovic’s humor can best be described as:
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107.  Although Saturday Night Live uses many types of humor, they are best known for:
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108.  Those in high-stress professions, such as nurses, policemen, and EMTs, are renowned for using this type of humor to alleviate job stress:
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109.  Bugs Bunny and Road Runner cartoons share this type of humor:
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110.  Blonde jokes and Polish jokes would be best identified with this theory:
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111.  Laughter was not always looked upon with favor. At one time in history, laughter was thought to be the work of the devil.
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112.  For humor to exist, there must be these three things: humorous stimulation, a perception of the stimulation, and an expression of humor.
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113.  An example of absurd/nonsense humor is Gary Larson’s cartoon strip, The Far Side.
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114.  An oxymoron is an example of irony.
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115.  Disney cartoons and James Bond movies share a common type of humor with the use of double entendres.
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116.  Split-brain research has shown that humor is a left brain function.
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117.  The chemical composition of tears produced from laughter is the same as those produced by other methods (e.g., cutting onions).
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118.  The healing aspect of the laughter response is thought to promote the release of various chemical messengers, which in turn strengthen the integrity of the immune system.
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119.  Metamessagesare defined by Dr. Deborah Tannen as:
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120.  The Sapir-Whorf hypothesis suggests that:
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121.  Schismogenesis is a term to suggest that:
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122.  Giving the “OK” sign to someone is labeled as this aspect of nonverbal communication.
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123.  This conflict style is thought to be the hardest to resolve:
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124.  This is the primary factor that explains why people are not good listeners.
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125.  Facial expressions are an example of this type of nonverbal communication:
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126.  Nonverbal language is believed over verbal language when the two seem to contradict each other.
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127.  The Sapir-Whorf hypothesis suggests that we use humor to lighten up a heavy conversation.
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128.  With regard to speaking patterns, regulators are often used to manipulate a conversation through nonverbal gestures.
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129.  Of the five suggested styles of conflict management, dialogue is thought to be the best because all parties are allowed to contribute.
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130.  Yoga is an ancient Sanskrit word that literally means:
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131.  Hatha yoga literally means:
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132.  The Hatha yoga pranayama is:
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133.  The postures (positions) strived for in Hatha yoga are called:
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134.  The shavasana is also known as the:
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135.  Surya namaskar is referred to as the:
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136.  The art of Hatha yoga requires these aspects for best effectiveness:
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137.  There are many types of yoga. Hatha yoga is the path of physical balance, whereas kundalini yoga, a more meditative practice, is called the path of spiritual awakening.
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138.  Pranayama is the breathing aspect of Hatha yoga, with inhalations during the expanding stretch, and exhalations when coming out of a position.
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139.  The art of balance in Hatha yoga suggests that for the best effect, one must try to maintain a sense of balance when assuming each asana.
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140.  Yoga instructors suggest that you hold each asana for a period of about 10 seconds before you release.
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141.  Hatha yoga is renowned for the ability to help people alleviate chronic back pain and carpal tunnel syndrome.
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142.  While music therapy dates back to ancient Greece, the use of music with this population of people gave music therapy professional credence in the 20th century:
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143.  Typically the range of human hearing falls between:
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144.  Sounds above this level are known to cause damage to the human ear:
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145.  Tone color comes from which quality of music?
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146.  Tinnitus refers to:
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147.  With regard to music therapy, the Dominant Rhythm Style (DRS) refers to:
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148.  According to Dr. John Diamond, this aspect of music therapy has an addictive quality and may cause harm to the body:
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149.  According to the entrainment theory, this vibration is the frequency of human homeostasis:
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150.  This theory suggests that music affects emotions through the human energy field:
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151.  This single factor seems to be the most important regarding the soothing effect of music on the body:
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152.  Remarkable research by Dr. Dorothy Retallack revealed that:
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153.  According to musicologist H. A. Lingerman, music played on these instruments is believed to strengthen one’s emotional well-being:
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154.  This well-known singer/songwriter documented the use of music therapy as a healing modality for a chronic illness:
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155.  This response was observed from people listening to the music of Mozart, hence the name, “The Mozart Effect:”
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156.  This theory best explains the healing effect that music has regarding chronic pain:
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157.  By and large, Americans find listening to music to be the most common way to relax, according to the 1991 Mitchum Report on Stress.
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158.  Unlike hypertension, tinnitus can be detected without a diagnostic test, yet the loss of hearing is cumulative.
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159.  White noise consists of “broadband” sounds consisting of most frequencies of the audible spectrum.
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160.  Instrumental music (without lyrics) is thought to promote a greater sense of relaxation than music with lyrics.
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161.  The entrainment theory of music therapy suggests that the human body is like a radio transformer, in that it receives (absorbs) as well as emits oscillations.
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162.  It was found that when French monks stopped singing their Gregorian chants (the only change made to their daily schedule), they manifested several stress symptoms.
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163.  Singing is thought to be an effective means of music therapy.
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164.  Mozart’s music was found to be very calming, but Beethoven’s music wasn’t, that’s why it’s called the Mozart Effect.
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165.  Music therapy seems to show no beneficial effects to reduce chronic pain.
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