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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Using an example from Chapter 15, when a person exercises for an hour to exorcise the anger that is obsessing him, which archetype is represented?
2. Which term does Pearson say best describes sexual love?
3. Which archetype does Pearson say has responsibility for his own life and for others?
4. According to Pearson, what is the shadow of a ruler archetype?
(b) Good leader.
5. Which of Pearson's archetypes only wants to do things that the person is good at and can make money?
6. Which word best describes "androgynous"?
(c) Shadow mental
7. Which archetype does Pearson say can be involved in using dreams, meditation, or trying to develop ideas through directed fantasy?
8. Which of Pearson's archetypes are women typically trained in?
9. What, mainly, does Pearson say is the sphere of creativity?
10. Which archetype is it that Pearson claims is often not punished for saying an unpleasant truth?
11. What is that which is shown by the five senses?
12. According to Chapter 13, what is key to making a person creative?
13. What does Pearson say should be the goal of combining male and female-centered archetypes?
14. Which does Pearson say is a shadow form of love?
15. Which of Pearson's archetypes reflects the wisdom that the person has amassed in his lifetime?
Short Answer Questions
1. Which archetype does Pearson say tends to dominate in leading people such as business leaders and politicians?
2. Which archetype's path does Pearson describe as the path of the soul, not the ego?
3. According to Pearson, which archetype abandons all possessions to seek mystical ecstasy?
4. Who does Pearson say can exhibit the strength of a warrior and still be a gentle caregiver?
5. Which of Pearson's archetypes are men typically trained in?
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