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Quiz: Test for Cognitive Node Link Mapping
You'll need to correctly answer at least 4 of the 5 questions below (at least 75%) to progress to the next lesson.
Question #1: A “node” can be any person, experience, situation, thought, action, idea, or feeling.
Question #2: “Links” describe the relationship between or among nodes.
Question #3: Whether used in individual or group settings, maps help keep the focus more clearly on the task at hand.
Question #4: When introducing mapping to an individual client, it is best if the clinician chooses some issue that has a very strong emotional change so that the experience will be more memorable.
Question #5: A helpful attribute of cognitive node link mapping is that it can express complex relationships more easily than a narrative and consequently may be of special value to individual who do not have strong verbal skils.