IM 303 Walden University Neuro Linguistic Programming Questions

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IM-303 – Final Exam – Attempt 2
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One of the goals of the New Behavior Generator is to _______.
Choose one answer.
a. change unwanted behaviors
b. compare ourselves to others
c. unlearn bad habits
d. perform a mental dress rehearsal
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What do people’s clothing say about them?
Choose one answer.
a. You can tell whether they can afford your services.
b. Nothing. The way a person dresses doesn’t matter in NLP.
c. You can tell if they are visual or kinesthetic.
d. You can tell if they are olfactory or gustatory.
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Virginia Satir said the most rigid part of the system controls the system?
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When you have positive memories you should _______.
Choose one answer.
a. revivify them
b. enjoy them
c. change, delete and distort them
d. erase them
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The Meta Model is _______.
Choose one answer.
a. very vague
b. very analytical
c. based on talking
d. very specific
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The Meta Model is based on the work of _______. (Select all that apply)
Choose at least one answer.
a. Virginia Satir
b. John Grinder
c. Fritz Perls
d. Richard Bandler
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The Milton Model is the _______ of the Meta Model?
Choose one answer.
a. opposite
b. predecessor
c. correspondent
d. protagonist
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A presupposition is _______.
Choose one answer.
a. a statement that is always true
b. a statement in which unstated assumptions must be taken for granted for the statement
to be true
c. a false statement that appears real
d. a statement where you think you know the answer but you don’t
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Using time coded language causes the brain to synchronize and organize negative experiences
into the past and positive experiences into the _______.
Choose one answer.
a. present
b. never
c. future
d. past
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How might you gain rapport with a client?
Choose one answer.
a. Match non verbal behavior
b. Copy every thing they do
c. Take them to lunch
d. Impose your world view on the client
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The first step to dissociation is to _______.
Choose one answer.
a. think of a situation where you could benefit from viewing it from a new perspective
b. break the state to deepen relaxation
c. set up yes and no responses
d. ask the subject to imagine looking back at themselves from across the room
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Examples of types of rapport include _______.
Choose one answer.
a. All the choices are correct.
b. posture
c. breathing
d. matching
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Which is NOT one of the steps of the New Behavior Generator?
Choose one answer.
a. Make a well-formed condition.
b. Create a black and white image.
c. Form a visual image of a desired behavior.
d. Associate into the formed image.
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Which is not a step to setting up the negotiation frame?
Choose one answer.
a. Implementing rehearsal.
b. Eliciting yes and no responses.
c. Watching for clues.
d. Checking for congruency.
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Saying, “can you just take a moment to take a deep breath and relax” is an example of _______.
Choose one answer.
a. negative command
b. embedded command
c. phonological ambiguity
d. conversational postulate
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One way to dissociate is to _______.
Choose one answer.
a. take the color out of the event
b. remove the memory completely
c. remember how you felt during the event
d. add color and sound to the event
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What does TOTE stand for?
Choose one answer.
a. Test Operate Test Entitled
b. Test Only The Entitled
c. Time Only Tests Experts
d. Test Operate Test Exit
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The first two models of NLP were _______.
Choose one answer.
a. cognitive behavioral therapy/talk therapy
b. psycholinguistics model/psychoanalytic model
c. Meta model/Milton model
d. cognitive behavioral therapy/Milton model
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What technique can be applied to help with almost any situation?
Choose one answer.
a. New Behavior Generator
b. Swish
c. Theater of the Mind
d. Dissociation as a Resource
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The Milton Model is used for _______.
Choose one answer.
a. to gather information
b. to distract the conscious mind
c. All the choices are correct.
d. pacing another person’s reality to gain rapport
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The purposes of challenging client statements include _______.
Choose one answer.
a. helping to clarify generalizations
b. All the choices are correct.
c. helping to recover deleted material
d. helping to challenge linguistic distortions
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What is the first basic step of the New Behavior Generator?
Choose one answer.
a. Form a visual image of an unwanted behavior
b. Visualize a field of flowers
c. Form a visual image of a desired behavior
d. Visualize a traumatic experience from your past
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Setting up the negotiation frame is always recommended to confirm the client will make the
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The basis of the Meta Model is _______.
Choose one answer.
a. to clarify imprecise language to enable a person to work at an unconscious level
b. to change behavior
c. to distort thinking
d. to observe language patterns
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Using the word always in language is an example of _______.
Choose one answer.
a. universal qualifier
b. conversational postulate
c. presupposition
d. embedded command
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Gestalt therapists work by having clients _______.
Choose one answer.
a. participate in play therapy
b. confront those that have hurt them
c. act things out
d. talk about their problems
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Stepping outside a situation is the quickest way to achieve a new perspective.
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Which of the following is NOT a key belief in dissociation?
Choose one answer.
a. The more complete you make your map, the more likely you are to achieve your goals.
b. People have answers for others more easily than themselves.
c. People learn behaviors by creating new mental maps.
d. If you modeled the behavior in the past, you can bring it to the future.
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To achieve your goals, your mental map needs to be _______.
Choose one answer.
a. built using all your memories
b. as complete as possible
c. written down
d. vague to allow for creativity
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According to the Milton Model you should _______.
Choose one answer.
a. never use metaphors
b. explain a metaphor so your client understands
c. only use metaphors
d. never explain a metaphor to the client
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When you are too close to a problem _______.
Choose one answer.
a. it’s easy to find a solution
b. the solution is right in front of you
c. you can’t find the solution
d. you need to look to the past to find the solution
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Learning to move between perceptual positions can help you develop a _______.
Choose one answer.
a. new choice of responses
b. more developed perception
c. better sense of smell
d. greater understanding of others
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In the Milton Model you should deliberately use _______language to enable your client to work
on an unconscious level?
Choose one answer.
a. imprecise
b. precise
c. proper
d. descriptive
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What is not part of the unconscious process of thought?
Choose one answer.
a. Rationalization
b. Deletion
c. Generalization
d. Distortion
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The Meta Model is _______ and the Milton Model is _______.
Choose one answer.
a. easy; difficult
b. difficult; easy
c. specific; vague
d. vague; specific
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As a therapist, it’s your job to clarify _______.
Choose one answer.
a. a client’s biggest mistakes
b. a client’s deep structure
c. a client’s surface structure
d. a client’s darkest secrets
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Who set out the New Behavior Generator in the 1970s?
Choose one answer.
a. Josh Groban
b. John Grinder
c. Richard Bandler
d. John Grisham
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A nominalization is ano _______.
Choose one answer.
a. verb transformed into an abstract noun
b. smaller portion of a thought or sentence
c. negative thought
d. embedded belief
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In NLP all behaviors are _______ in the right context.
Choose one answer.
a. useful
b. problematic
c. wrong
d. destructive
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Conscious commitment means _______.
Choose one answer.
a. subconscious action
b. thinking about doing something consciously
c. nothing special
d. making a commitment at the conscious level of the mind
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Saying, “I’m not going to ask you to think of a dancing pink elephant” is an example of _______.
(Select all that apply)
Choose at least one answer.
a. an embedded command
b. a negative command
c. a conversational postulate
d. a phonological ambiguity
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A person’s beliefs about reality are a map, not reality.
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One of the key beliefs of Dissociation as a Resource is _______.
Choose one answer.
a. you can’t achieve your dreams without the help of a qualified hypnotherapist
b. you already have all the mental resources you need to achieve your dreams
c. you have to be close to the problem to fix it
d. you have to step into the problem to change it
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Success is a function of _______ skills you already have but you might be unconscious of
Choose one answer.
a. accessing and organizing
b. believing in
c. forgetting
d. remembering
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A null comparative is a comparative in which the starting point for comparison is explicitly
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The Meta Model does not _______.
Choose one answer.
a. expand a client’s map of the world
b. clarify beliefs
c. impart a therapist’s beliefs to a client
d. challenge limitations
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When a client feels uncomfortable you should guide them to _______.
Choose one answer.
a. talk about why they feel the way they do
b. All of the above
c. talk to a family member to resolve the issue
d. dissociate from the feeling and find a new solution
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What is the second basic step of the New Behavior Generator?
Choose one answer.
a. Role-playing with your therapist
b. None of the above
c. Journaling your dreams
d. Kinesthetically associating into the image on a feeling level
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People have access to _______.
Choose one answer.
a. a limited bank of beliefs
b. a set of beliefs about reality they’ve built over time
c. a set of beliefs they’ve been given by their families
d. unlimited realities
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When using TOTE for the Dissociation Technique you are testing _______.
Choose one answer.
a. to see if the emotion has been removed
b. to see if they’ve reached their goal
c. to see if they’ve changed their mind
d. to see if the memories are gone

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