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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which word best describes "androgynous"?
(d) Shadow mental
2. Which archetype does Pearson say uses riddles and parables to express the truth and is engaged in finding truth?
3. Which archetype does the story of Tristan and Isolde in Chapter 12 reflect?
4. According to Pearson's theory in Chapter 20, who are generally less aggressive?
5. Which archetype is it that Pearson claims is often not punished for saying an unpleasant truth?
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of Pearson's archetypes are women typically trained in?
2. 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?
3. Which of Pearson's archetypes decide how to conduct the entire person?
4. What does Pearson say ancient gods and goddesses use to achieve what they want?
5. What does Pearson say people must listen to if they want to learn to be creative?
Short Essay Questions
1. Explain a modern day example Pearson gives of a Magician archetype.
2. How does Pearson say androgyny could be helpful to a woman?
3. What does Pearson say the Sage seeks, and how is it reflected in his/her characteristics?
4. How does Pearson explain the difference between stereotypes and archetypes?
5. Which two archetypes does Pearson say are pivotal in adolescence and why?
6. How does Pearson say society has impacted the roles that men and women are expected to play?
7. Why does Pearson say it is important to study many cultures?
8. Compare the United States to other nations. How does Pearson see America's view of culture, and which archetype does she say it emphasizes?
9. What two archetypes are important during old age, and why does Pearson say they are important?
10. Identify and define the two types of love Pearson discusses in Chapter 12.
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