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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. For some parents the transition from being a parent into _________ actually makes it easier for over involved parents to let go of their own offspring.
(a) Empty nesters.
(b) Growing old.
(c) Being a grandparent.
(d) None of the answers is correct..
2. Erickson restricts himself to the truth, which Haley points out as a means that distinguishes him from those seeking to be _____ rather than those who are forthright and have an interest in the welfare of the client.
3. Erickson allowed previous patients to visit him of their own accord, on a _____ level.
4. For those who glorify ______, older years may have a more difficult psychological impact.
(c) Early family life.
(d) Youth culture.
5. Erickson would combine acceptance of the patient's condition upon entering treatment with hypnosis and ______ modes of intervention.
6. The case study in Chapter 8 involving the girl with body issues follows the therapist's instructions to for the daughter to insist upon ______ from the mother as the condition for the presence.
(a) Respectful behavior.
(d) False pleasantries.
7. Haley notes in Chapter 8 that people may or may not recognize that they need to be _______ their own children.
(a) Assisted by.
(b) Weaned off.
(c) Taught by.
(d) Left by.
8. In Erickson's case in Chapter 6 which involved the boy's bed-wetting problem, Erickson suggested that if he didn't wet the bed for a month his parents were obligated to get him what?
(a) A kitten.
(b) A new bed.
(c) A bike.
(d) A puppy.
9. The suggestion of Erickson's in Chapter 6 is that he takes what action to protect the over-all wellbeing of the mind of the patient?
(a) Reverse psychology.
(d) Abrasive behavior.
10. Erickson is _____ if a husband goes so far as to show up to set the therapist straight on some ways that the therapist has been wrong.
11. Haley writes in Chapter 8 that the most destructive parents are not those who treat their children badly but those who are what?
12. Part of Erickson's method is not to ________. This is described as being on the service of truth and unity even though it may sound artificial. He does this consistently as a rule of thumb.
(a) See the entire family.
(b) Tell the immediate truth.
(c) See one patient solely.
(d) Uniformly side with the same family member.
13. Where was the man from whom Erickson helped to walk in Chapter 9?
14. The 19th-century method was to treat a patient in what way?
(a) Within the hospital.
(b) On an individual basis.
(c) With the family.
(d) By hypnosis.
15. In one case in Chapter 7, Erickson deals with a woman who feels what sensation in the bedroom?
Short Answer Questions
1. Knowledge of Erickson's inaccurate perceptions of the husband has been intentionally sent home through whom/what?
2. In one example in Chapter 8, Erickson had to work with the parents on their dynamic, including extreme ______ tensions, while at the same time serving as the daughter's therapist.
3. The use of hypnosis in Chapter 9 is used primarily to do what?
4. The parents in one example in Chapter 8 were so competitive, that one of the parents had spent a week in the same town where the daughter lived for the sole purpose of helping the daughter do what?
5. In one example in Chapter 8, a girl's _______ needed improvement, and she needed to lose a lot of weight.
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