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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's therapy includes and involves helping the _____ patients to overcome their fears surrounding dating issues.
(a) Adult.
(b) Child.
(c) Adolescent.
(d) Homosexual.

2. Harold succeeds in cultivating a friendship with an unintelligent ______ man who has been highly effective at making the best of who he is.
(a) Wealthy.
(b) Fatherly.
(c) Handicapped.
(d) Educated.

3. Erickson writes of withholding and sharing information and of how he succeeds in curing a young woman of pain she experiences during ______.
(a) Intercourse.
(b) Childbirth.
(c) Marriage.
(d) Menstruation.

4. Therapy is meant to facilitate the transition of a person from the situation of being a child into being what?
(a) A codependent adult.
(b) An independent adult.
(c) None of the answers is correct.
(d) A functioning adult.

5. 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) Cause an argument.
(b) No longer see the couple.
(c) Make her leave.
(d) Talk to the woman alone.

Short Answer Questions

1. In some cases, Erickson offers patients the option to make more complete changes in a shorter time span. In these cases, he assures them that they can, but the greater the transformation, the greater the _________ associated with the changes that will be facilitated by hypnosis.

2. When Harold has succeeded in school, Erickson persuades him to drop the idea that he is somehow _____ minded.

3. Under which heading in Chapter 2 does Haley explain that therapy must take into account the reality of how factors outside the marriage and beyond the individual partners have an affect upon what happens and may contain suggestions and warnings about the way to navigate a set of solutions?

4. Voluntary and involuntary behavior is discussed to show how therapeutic techniques transform an individual into being able to perform certain ______.

5. Haley explains that in the most severe cases, Erickson would consider long-term therapy; otherwise, his relationship with clients lasted how long?

Short Essay Questions

1. Describe the first case scenario set up in Chapter 4.

2. How does Erickson deal with an adolescent's fears and insecurities in the courtship period?

3. What does Erickson feel regarding dissent with a couple in the sessions?

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

5. What is remarked by Haley regarding a "love triangle" in Chapter 2?

6. What are the first two descriptions of Erickson's techniques in Chapter 1?

7. Describe Erickson's use of metaphor and relapse.

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

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

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

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