Quiz – Providing Treatment to People Who Categorically Deny their Sex Crimes of Record (OT117-A)

Quiz – Providing Treatment to People Who Categorically Deny their Sex Crimes of Record (OT117-A)

Post-Course Exam

Course Title: Providing Treatment to People Who Categorically Deny their Sex Crimes of Record

This exam contains 15 questions. In order to receive credit, you MUST get at least 12 questions correct. You may attempt the quiz as many times as you’d like.

1. Research by Marshall and his colleagues has found that the most effective therapists treating individuals who have sexually abuse are:
2. An autobiographical life story can be useful because
3. Which is not an empirically based risk factor for sexual re-offense?
4. The Rockwood program recommends all of the following except:
5. Harsh, confrontational approaches are more likely to result in all but:
6. Among the most common reasons someone might deny a sex crime are all except for:
7. The Rockwood Categorical Deniers program treats which kind of denial?
8. Hanson and Bussière found that:
9. Nunes and his colleagues found that denial was associated with slightly increased risk among:
10. A central approach in the Rockwood Denier’s Program is:
11. Which is an example of categorical denial?
12. Which of the following is not a criminogenic need?
13. True or False? According to Maruna, offenders, of all types, who make excuses for their crimes are at lower risk to reoffend.
14. True or False? According to Kennedy & Grubin (1992) deniers are more likely to reoffend than admitters.
15. Background factors, immediate factors, and triggers can lead to offending according to the Behavioral Progression Model, adapted from the Correctional Service of Canada. Which of the following is the correct progression pattern?