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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Many patients that go to a therapist claim that they want nothing more than to be:
(c) Less obsessed.
2. The man was also an addict. To which drug was the man addicted?
(a) Cough medicine.
3. What is used as an example to support the above statement?
(c) Riding a bike.
4. The man spent most of his time thinking about what one thing while he was undergoing trauma?
5. There is a lot to be said for which of the following:
6. Erickson also believes that a person's experiences do not have to be guided by which of the following:
(c) Stage fright.
7. Reframing often takes hold when the therapist or practitioner ties the facts with which of the following?
(d) Negatibe behavior.
8. What major event did the athlete participate in after following Erickson's advice?
(a) Stanley Cup.
(b) World Cup.
(c) World Series.
9. The author believes that one learns best by:
(c) Reading about it.
10. How long was the couple married?
(a) 30 years.
(b) 15 years.
(c) 10 years.
(d) 20 years.
11. Erickson likes to see when patients take everyday events and are able to make ___________ about them.
(c) Special events.
12. The author states that regardless of past experiences, everyone can achieve which of the following?
(c) Athletic ability.
13. It is important for a patient to learn how to combine possibilities with which of the following:
14. There is often a large gap between theory and _____.
15. What was the name of the man Erickson refers to in regards to reframing?
Short Answer Questions
1. Where did Erickson send the man to contemplate his problems?
2. While in meditation, what thing did the man discover that he had not noticed before?
3. Unlike adults, children are not _______ by previous events.
4. What did Erickson encourage the woman to do?
5. Erickson talks about patients overcoming which of the following:
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