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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. Erickson shares a story about a student whose name is:
2. Erickson's methods are designed to help a patient do which of the following?
(a) Alter behaviors.
(b) Learn to say no.
(c) Gain self-esteem.
(d) Set boundaries.
3. The doctor believes in using which of the following as a primary means of treating his patients?
(b) Automatic writing.
(c) Immersion therapy.
(d) Trance state.
4. Which of the following may help someone go into a self-induced state?
(a) A bright room.
5. A person that is blocked will most likely not subject himself to which of the following?
Short Answer Questions
1. Which is a form of trance?
2. Which of the following is not mentioned as something people might go into a state over/during:
3. Rapport should not be mistaken for which of the following?
4. As one gets older, it is common to remember the action but to forget the ____.
5. How many surgeries did the woman have to have in order to recover from her problems?
Short Essay Questions
1. The author talks about rapport and relating to another person. Why should one strive to build rapport?
2. What does it mean to be in a trance? What kind of person or activity is most likely to experience the state?
3. Why are patients unable or unwilling to help themselves to change their behaviors? Why does Erickson disagree?
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. What kind of information is given to the reader through the use of discussion regarding Erickson's techniques?
6. What happened between Arthur and the professor? What was the conflict?
7. Erickson talks about forgotten skills. What does the doctor mean about forgotten skills? What was the example used?
8. 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?
9. How did Arthur and the professor handle the situation?
10. Erickson often received criticism for his methods of practice. Who gave out the criticism and what was the main complaint?
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