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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which is a form of trance?
2. What is Erickson's first name?
3. The woman would frequently put her hand up to her face to cover the blemish. Erickson refers to this action as being which of the following?
4. By using this particular technique the patient may become aware of information that was previously:
5. What is the name of the person who has annotated Erickson's work?
Short Answer Questions
1. The therapist believes that one should be able to make changes if what fraction of the problem can be solved?
2. The professor accused the student of doing what?
3. If a person says he cannot be put into a trance, Erickson says that the person is most likely:
4. Erickson refers to an old adage that says, "It's just like ______."
5. Erickson discusses a woman who was ashamed of what type of blemish on her skin?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is automatic writing? What is the process? How is it helpful?
2. Erickson often received criticism for his methods of practice. Who gave out the criticism and what was the main complaint?
3. What is mentioned as being a way for a patient to block success in treatment? What is one way in which the problem can be solved?
4. Explain one of the doctor's main tenets of practice and the theory behind it. How does this main tenet work into the patient's overall treatment plan?
5. The author includes a large number of examples featuring patients who are unaware of what actions? What kinds of results might there be from these particular actions?
6. How did Arthur and the professor handle the situation?
7. What is a common misconception about being put into a trance state? Can someone cause another to do something illegal or immoral while in a trance?
8. Erickson chose to forge his own way in the practice of hypnotherapy by developing what? What were the developments designed to do?
9. Who is Arthur? Why is Arthur's story important to the text presented by Rosen?
10. Briefly describe Erickson's approach to dealing with patients on a one-to-one basis.
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