Psychiatry Grand Rounds-11910
8/13/2010, Votaw Auditorium
Jon R. Webb, Ph.D.
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'Forgiveness and Alcohol-Related Outcomes'
At the conclusion of this activity, participants should be able to:
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Define forgiveness scientifically          
Describe the empirical relationship between forgiveness and alcohol-related problems          
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Based on what you heard today
Leeza, an addict, is struggling to attain recovery and realizes forgiveness may be helpful. However, she mistakenly believes in order to forgive, she must:
A. Engage in an internal process
B. Reconcile
C. Make a choice to forgive
D. Decrease negative responses to the offense
E. Engage in affective, behavioral, and cognitive processes
Correct answer: B          
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