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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. As discussed in Chapter 7, if an orphan becomes so dominated by a feeling of pain, what might the pain become?
(a) The topic of a good novel.
(b) A source for pity.
(c) Inspiration for a better life.
(d) Their sense of identity.
2. What condition, according to Pearson, leads to a lack of clearly defined boundaries for a person?
(a) Weak ego.
(b) Dark soul.
(c) Innocent personality.
(d) Inflated ego.
3. According to Chapter 7, what two things might cause disappointment for the orphan archetype?
(a) People and institutions.
(b) Mother and father.
(c) Self and organizations.
(d) Locations and travel.
4. Which is NOT one of the four basic archetypes discussed in Chapter 9?
5. Using Pearson's theory, if a person is a kingdom, which archetype is there for amusement?
6. Which archetype does Pearson say eliminates a person's old ways of living and makes way for new thinking?
7. Which archetype does Chapter 9 say is often taken for granted by others?
8. What does Pearson say is the positive side of an Orphan archetype?
(a) There isn't one.
(b) They are usually creative types.
(c) Inner turmoil builds character.
(d) They acknowledge their pain and deal with it.
9. What does Pearson say that the negative Warrior seeks for its own sake?
(c) A leader.
10. What kind of concept of soul does Pearson share?
11. Who wrote "The Rebel"?
(a) Cashius Clay.
(c) Albert Camus.
12. According to Pearson, which archetype helps to channel some energy out of the id?
13. Which of these was a famous alternative psychoanalyst?
(a) Carl Jung.
(b) Carl Young.
(c) Carl Switzer.
(d) S. Carl Freud.
14. Using Pearson's theory, if the person is a kingdom, which archetype is its leader?
15. Using Pearson's theory, if a person is a kingdom, which archetype advises it?
Short Answer Questions
1. How many types of people does Pearson write about in this book?
2. Pearson says when orphans get to the point where they refuse to be rescued, they struggle to gain something. What do they struggle to gain?
3. Which word best describes Pearson's explanation of a Warrior personality?
4. Pearson says that In stories before the Judeo-Christian ones, a god is dismembered and loses what?
5. Pearson says which group of people is known for its idealism?
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