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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 mentions that in cases where the woman won't let the man talk, as the therapist, he will either get her to keep her mouth shut and listen or will do what?
(a) No longer see the couple.
(b) Cause an argument.
(c) Talk to the woman alone.
(d) Make her leave.

2. It states in Chapter 2 that therapists often discover that habituated communication problems and other issues, including the involvement of _____, are all highly relevant to the families at this juncture.
(a) Friends and neighbors.
(b) Therapists.
(c) Grandparents.
(d) Alcohol and drugs.

3. After Harold has acquired better habits of dress, he begins to spontaneously seek ______ and to get it.
(a) Girlfriends.
(b) Education.
(c) Better work.
(d) Boyfriends.

4. 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) Therapists.
(b) Professional beauty assistants.
(c) Sisters and cousins.
(d) Aunts or cousins.

5. Milton Erickson came from the American Midwest and received the majority of his education and preliminary work experience in Wisconsin and _____.
(a) Colorado.
(b) Wisconsin.
(c) Ohio.
(d) Portland.

Short Answer Questions

1. Which title from Chapter 1 shows how indirect communication can be better therapy in some cases?

2. Which heading in Chapter 1 involves subjective aspects of time?

3. In which situation is it said that new way of finding their equilibrium as a couple is needed?

4. Addressing their fears and insecurities while helping them to make some needed _______ are all part of the therapy for those who want this.

5. Erickson typically conducts therapy with the goal of keeping a couple together except for two types of case: one, if the couple feels the marriage was a mistake, and second, in the event that the marriage does what?

Short Essay Questions

1. What are some of the prominent issues in marriages as Haley suggests in Chapter 5?

2. When was hypnosis introduced to the psychiatric community and why?

3. How does Haley describe Erickson's approach to adolescents in Chapter 3?

4. How did Erickson use positive reinforcement in the asthmatic patient example from Chapter 3?

5. How and with whom does Harold end up beginning a relationship with in Chapter 4?

6. What does Haley say regarding the cycle of "Marriage and Its Consequences"?

7. What is the purpose of therapy in Haley's opinion as it relates to the phases?

8. In what way does Erickson's therapy method sometimes step outside of the office?

9. Discuss Erickson's methods of frustration, space, and emphasizing the positive.

10. How does Erickson approach the sexual orientation of the client in Chapter 4?

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