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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Pearson say is the positive side of an Orphan archetype?
(a) They acknowledge their pain and deal with it.
(b) Inner turmoil builds character.
(c) There isn't one.
(d) They are usually creative types.
2. Which archetype does Pearson say explores the world without suppressing its sexual desires?
3. Where does Pearson say that both self and soul rest?
(a) In the ego.
(b) In the soul.
(c) In the heart.
(d) In the mind.
4. How does Pearson describe negative aspects of the characteristic ways a personality interacts with the world?
(a) As an aura.
(b) As a rainbow.
(c) As a black hole.
(d) As a shadow.
5. What does Pearson say is the inner sense of a person?
6. Which personality type does Pearson say is vital in the return from the journey?
7. Using Pearson's theory, if the person is a kingdom, which archetype is its leader?
8. Which philosophical standpoint is based on the idea that God has abandoned man?
9. Pearson says which group of people is known for its idealism?
(b) Old people.
(c) Young people.
10. Which word does Pearson say that the word stereotype often confused with?
(a) Personality disorders.
(d) All of the answers are correct.
11. Using Pearson's typical hero example in Chapter 5, which archetype does the typical hero generally not express himself?
12. Which of Pearson's archetypes is often accompanied by suffering?
13. Which archetype does Pearson say eliminates a person's old ways of living and makes way for new thinking?
14. At a higher level, what does Pearson say two orphans can do?
(a) Make fun of others not like them.
(b) Destroy each other.
(c) Take care of each other.
(d) Become cruel to others.
15. According to Pearson, how many archetypes operate in a person's consciousness?
(a) All of them.
(c) Only 2.
(d) Just one.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Chapter 5, what kind of sidekick does Pearson say a hero often has?
2. What condition, according to Pearson, leads to a lack of clearly defined boundaries for a person?
3. Pearson says that In stories before the Judeo-Christian ones, a god is dismembered and loses what?
4. When does Pearson say the seeker archetype becomes important in a person?
5. Which personality type helps in preparation for the journey discussed by Pearson?
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