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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The doctor was successful in helping the woman by using which technique?
2. What commonly causes athletes to get into their trance states?
3. If a person says he cannot be put into a trance, Erickson says that the person is most likely:
4. The doctor uses which technique to uncover hidden behaviors, thoughts and feelings?
(c) Role playing.
(d) Automatic writing.
5. Rapport is the way one can develop which of the following?
6. Erickson shares a story about a student whose name is:
7. People will not do anything in a trance that goes against which of the following?
(b) Moral code.
(c) Mother's beliefs.
(d) Religious tenets.
8. Where did Erickson grow up?
(b) Inner city.
9. A person that is blocked will most likely not subject himself to which of the following?
10. What was Erickson's job while in college? What kind of salesman was he?
(a) Ice cream.
11. The therapist believes that one should be able to make changes if what fraction of the problem can be solved?
12. What is the purpose of delving into someone's subconscience? What would it help the doctor to find?
(a) Childhood trauma.
(c) Unconscious behaviors.
(d) Repressed memories.
13. What is one way in which the doctor may be able to break through the patient's issue?
(b) Positive reinforcement.
(c) Nothing can be done.
14. The woman was told to use what kind of treatment for her problem?
(a) Drink mineral oil.
(b) Soak in ice water.
(c) Gargle with salt water.
(d) Sleep on the couch.
15. People who can achieve a deep trance state are often experienced in:
(b) Alpha state.
Short Answer Questions
1. Erickson refers to an old adage that says, "It's just like ______."
2. What was the main part of the student's system that allowed him to keep remarkable notes?
3. What does Erickson use as an example for a skill learned early in life?
4. The author states that the beliefs about trances are:
5. The woman in the story found her routine medical treatments to be:
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