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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. Haley points out that Erickson had suffered from _____ twice and had been debilitated by it/them.
(a) Heart attacks.
(c) Nervous breakdowns.
2. In one scenario in Chapter 5, Erickson was ignorant in matters of baby gender prediction, but he did recommend _____ to avert disaster.
3. One of the most prominent facts about Chapter 5 is that what early in a marriage are a common and readily treatable problem?
(a) Compatibility issues.
(b) Sexual difficulties.
(c) Financial worries.
(d) Dominance difficulties.
4. The period of adolescence that often closely predates major mating activity is one of the most important times for people to do what?
(a) Appreciate their families.
(b) Receive medication if needed.
(c) Branch out on their own.
(d) Receive any necessary therapy.
5. Haley writes that the majority of the young adults who the therapist meets with do want to ____.
(d) Get an education.
Short Answer Questions
1. When the client's real need is _______, Erickson goes out of his way to actually artificially create relationships for his patients.
2. Once Erickson _____________, he then keeps out of that friendship so that it takes its own natural course.
3. When children have left home and can no longer "be used to ___________," the parents are often confronted with each other in a different way.
4. One case of Chapter 4 includes a man named Harold who asserts that he is homosexual and hates women. He is also what?
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.
Short Essay Questions
1. In what way does Erickson's therapy method sometimes step outside of the office?
2. Describe the first case scenario set up in Chapter 4.
3. When was hypnosis introduced to the psychiatric community and why?
4. How does Erickson approach the sexual orientation of the client in Chapter 4?
5. What are some of the prominent issues in marriages as Haley suggests in Chapter 5?
6. What does Erickson feel regarding dissent with a couple in the sessions?
7. What does Jay Haley remark about Erickson's contribution to the progression of psychotherapy in the beginning of the book?
8. What is Erickson's approach to "family orientation"?
9. How did Erickson use positive reinforcement in the asthmatic patient example from Chapter 3?
10. How does Erickson approach conducting sessions with couples?
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