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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. The student was able to convince the other men of his innocence by supplying what item?
(a) Lecture video.
(b) Letter of recommendation.
2. Which of the following may help someone go into a self-induced state?
(a) A bright room.
3. The man who was Erickson's target invited him to do what?
(a) Eat dinner.
(b) Deliver a package.
(c) Walk the dog.
(d) Go away.
4. People in a trance state may be willing to do something silly such as:
(b) Dance around a room full of people.
(c) Act like a chicken.
(d) Kiss a total stranger.
5. How many surgeries did the woman have to have in order to recover from her problems?
Short Answer Questions
1. People often have misconceptions and erroneous preconceived notions about which of the following?
2. Erickson's treatments helped the woman to get rid of which problem?
3. The author states that the beliefs about trances are:
4. 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?
5. What is one of the most common ways that a patient can block treatment?
Short Essay Questions
1. 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?
2. How did Arthur and the professor handle the situation?
3. Briefly describe Erickson's approach to dealing with patients on a one-to-one basis.
4. 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?
5. Erickson chose to forge his own way in the practice of hypnotherapy by developing what? What were the developments designed to do?
6. What is automatic behavior? How can it be used to help patients?
7. Why are patients unable or unwilling to help themselves to change their behaviors? Why does Erickson disagree?
8. Erickson believes that it may not be necessary to solve an entire problem for the problem to be effectively relived. Explain this theory and to what cases it might best relate.
9. What happened between Arthur and the professor? What was the conflict?
10. What was Arthur's explanation for his preparedness when it came to taking the professor's test?
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