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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 man confessed to doing which of the following compulsively?
2. Reframing often takes hold when the therapist or practitioner ties the facts with which of the following?
(b) Negatibe behavior.
3. There is an example used of a couple who always:
(a) Called each other names.
(b) Traveled separately.
4. Some people are able to use therapy to overcome what kind of illness?
5. How much weight was the woman required to gain according to Erickson?
(a) 30 lbs.
(b) 20 lbs.
(c) 10 lbs.
(d) 15 lbs.
Short Answer Questions
1. There are times when _______ cannot be prevented.
2. One man in the text is referred to as he wanted to stop indulging in certain behaviors. What was the man's former occupation?
3. Erickson was adept at getting patients to overcome which of the following?
4. Unlike adults, children are not _______ by previous events.
5. What happened to the man who attempted to cross the slippery surface before he met Erickson?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the example of this tool as it involved the allergist and heroin addict.
2. Describe the story involving the retired police officer.
3. Reframing can occur in many different ways. Explain one of the ways in which Erickson uses reframing to help a man who wanted to stop drinking.
4. According to Erickson, there is a particular way to overcome limitations. What is the method?
5. Recap Erickson's example of experiential learning and instinct.
6. Why is it stated that children are like empty slates? What does that mean?
7. What is the best way for a person to make accomplishments in his/her life?
8. What is the doctor's opinion on the difference between theory and practice? What ensures the best end result?
9. Describe the story of the woman who continually sabotaged herself and her efforts to lose weight.
10. Who is Victor Frankl? What makes his story an unusual one?
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