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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 did encourage the man to do which of the following?
(a) Go on a spending spree.
(b) Sleep it off.
(c) Walk to a bar.
(d) Go to a casino.
2. The man was also an addict. To which drug was the man addicted?
(c) Cough medicine.
3. Unlike adults, children are not _______ by previous events.
4. Which of the following will most likely override a person's training?
5. The last person referred to in the text was a woman who indulged in what problem?
(b) Being promiscuous.
(c) Ignoring her children.
(d) Compulsive spending.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of the following was one of the man's most difficult issues to confront?
2. The man confessed to doing which of the following compulsively?
3. Reframing can be easily compared to which other technique employed by therapists?
4. Erickson worked with an athlete who focused on what area of sports?
5. What is used as an example to support the above statement?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is it stated that children are like empty slates? What does that mean?
2. Describe the example of this tool as it involved the allergist and heroin addict.
3. Discuss one of Erickson's favorite therapeutic tools regarding everyday observations.
4. What is one tool that often helps the therapy along, even when the patient is resistant?
5. Describe the story of the woman who continually sabotaged herself and her efforts to lose weight.
6. What is two main things were connected in the story about the athlete? How did the combination affect the athlete's performance?
7. Explain the process of "reframing;' and how it changes a person's outlook.
8. What are the doctor's thoughts about experiential learning?
9. What is the best way for a person to make accomplishments in his/her life?
10. Recap Erickson's example of experiential learning and instinct.
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