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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 explains that there are times when _____ rather than the family of origin are the real source of the problem.
(a) Teachers.
(b) Aunts.
(c) Peers.
(d) Uncles.

2. Which heading in Chapter 1 is shown to help work out residual resistance to desirable changes?
(a) "Emphasizing the Positive".
(b) "Encouraging Resistance".
(c) "Avoiding Self-Exploration".
(d) "Encouraging a Relapse".

3. Which technique is also part of intentional hypnotic conditioning (here it is observed that uniformly siding with one family member and the creating of factions by the therapist is discouraged)?
(a) "Avoiding Self-Exploration".
(b) "Emphasizing the Positive".
(c) "Amnesia and Control of Information".
(d) "Encouraging Resistance".

4. Once Erickson _____________, he then keeps out of that friendship so that it takes its own natural course.
(a) Sets up interviews with other clients.
(b) Arranges for a client to contact parental figures.
(c) Sets up a date.
(d) Helps a patient to establish contact.

5. One client in Chapter 5 received therapy for a few months and then simply lost or stuffed down her symptoms and is written of as having _______ since.
(a) Committed suicide.
(b) Gotten divorced.
(c) Behaved normally.
(d) Been hospitalized.

Short Answer Questions

1. Haley writes of a case in Chapter 5 in which a new mother was so distraught that she was hospitalized; the trouble was that in some cases, the receipt of treatment is used by others in the greater familial context as what?

2. In one example in Chapter 3, a client's intense fear is eventually overcome by Erickson's encouragement and relating to the patient's _____.

3. Therapy is meant to facilitate the transition of a person from the situation of being a child into being what?

4. Milton Erickson came from the American Midwest and received the majority of his education and preliminary work experience in Wisconsin and _____.

5. The presence of a child or children creates a variant of the _____, which only grows in complexity with the advent of additional children.

Short Essay Questions

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

2. What friendship does Erickson instigate in Chapter 4?

3. How does Erickson address Harold's issues with women?

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

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

6. How does Erickson use an indirect method of treatment in the example of the young man who feared women from Chapter 3?

7. How long does the therapy process last working with Erickson?

8. What is Haley's assertion of changes occurring in "Childbirth and Dealing with the Young"?

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

10. How does Erickson approach conducting sessions with couples?

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