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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Under which heading of Chapter 1 is it stated that Erickson emphasized both the autonomy and togetherness of family members?
(a) "Avoiding Self-Exploration".
(b) "Awakening and Disengagement".
(c) "Encouraging Resistance".
(d) "Emphasizing the Positive".
2. Harold became negative about the _______ with whom he had had been sexually involved in a limited sense.
(a) Young women.
(c) Younger men.
(d) Older women.
3. After other deep work is done and Harold has some very enjoyable experiences with women he does what of his own accord?
(a) Makes amends with his mother.
(b) Makes amends with his sister.
(c) Pursues women.
(d) Pursues men.
4. In one example in Chapter 3, a client's intense fear is eventually overcome by Erickson's encouragement and relating to the patient's _____.
5. Haley states in Chapter 2, there is a need for the ______ to make a major adjustment towards the relationship of another family member but also to another family.
(a) Entire family.
6. In a nonviolent case, Erickson often encourages _____ within a couple.
(c) None of the answers is correct.
7. The author does not mention the issue of whether to ______ when he mentions the matter of marriage.
(b) Accept homosexuality.
(d) Live separately.
8. Addressing their fears and insecurities while helping them to make some needed _______ are all part of the therapy for those who want this.
9. Harold's experience with his first relationship was so good that he voluntarily reconsidered his own views and chose to do what?
(a) Pursue women.
(b) Pursue men.
(c) Have children.
(d) Have a sex change.
10. Where additional education is needed, Erickson recommends it; for instance, _________ can educate girls whose mothers or other older women did not properly train in make up or fashion.
(a) Aunts or cousins.
(b) Sisters and cousins.
(c) Professional beauty assistants.
11. The need to help the growing youths integrate into the community life without insufficient or excessive ________ is important throughout and continues when people have become parents.
(b) Familial involvement.
12. One marital trouble that can occur was exemplified in Chapter 5 as the case of a young wife with a _____ hand.
13. Haley writes that the majority of the young adults who the therapist meets with do want to ____.
(c) Get an education.
14. The presence of a child or children creates a variant of the _____, which only grows in complexity with the advent of additional children.
(a) "Building blocks".
(b) "Family circle".
(c) "Bridge of Connection".
(d) "Love triangle".
15. Once he overcomes the severe effects of the poverty of his childhood, Harold manages to develop a new habit of __________.
(a) Asking guests to his house.
(b) Dressing himself well.
(c) Working out.
(d) Going to nice dinners.
Short Answer Questions
1. One case of Chapter 4 includes a man named Harold who asserts that he is homosexual and hates women. He is also what?
2. Erickson's use of intentional forms of amnesia as part of the trance is done in order to _________ and to empower individuals to make certain changes.
3. One of the most prominent facts about Chapter 5 is that what early in a marriage are a common and readily treatable problem?
4. Haley explains that in the most severe cases, Erickson would consider long-term therapy; otherwise, his relationship with clients lasted how long?
5. Erickson was responsible for the development and introduction into therapies of _____.
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