My Voice Will Go with You: The Teaching Tales of Milton H. Erickson, M.D. Quiz

Sidney Rosen
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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

If a person says he cannot be put into a trance, Erickson says that the person is most likely: (from Chapters 3-4)

2.

Surprisingly, Erickson did just the opposite of what one might think. According to the text, Erickson did not tell the man to: (from Chapters 5-6)

3.

Some people are able to recover from serious illnesses by simply refusing to do what? (from Chapters 7-10)

4.

The author uses another example of a woman who suffers from: (from Chapters 3-4)

5.

The story of the farmer talks about a tragedy that ruined his entire crop. What crop was the man growing in his fields? (from 11-13)

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