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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What sparked the White House's interest?
(a) A rise in violent crime.
(b) Muscular deterioration.
(c) A rise in political instability.
(d) A rise in juvinile delinquency.
2. What is the second step in finding oneself as a woman?
(a) To realize marriage is over glorified by the feminine mystique.
(b) To realize that the road isn't easy, but it is rewarding.
(c) None of these.
(d) To understand that you will face scrutiny of your peers.
3. What reason is not given for women who possess a low dominance personality in regards to leadership?
(a) They don't want to be at the forefront of anything.
(b) They feel incompetent.
(c) They are afriad of responsibility.
(d) They don't believe its possible to be a woman and lead.
4. What was really difficult to sell?
(a) Gold plated dishes.
(d) Sterling silver.
5. Who wrote the famous study in maternal overprotection?
(a) Dr. Strecker.
(b) Arnold Green.
(c) David Levy.
(d) Dr. Spock.
6. Out of twenty-five women, how many were serious enough to write a resume to improve their lives?
7. What does Professor Maslow say about the words "feminine" and "masculine"?
(a) They are necessary to segregate the sexes.
(b) They don't jive with his studies and aren't considered practical.
(c) They are misleading.
(d) They are an abbhoration on the human spirit and character.
8. What is the key problem in promiscuity?
(b) Conditioning by the parents.
(c) High self esteem.
(d) Low self esteem.
9. How much greater was the number of disturbed young wives over any other group other than their husbands?
(a) Five times.
(b) Three times.
(c) Two times.
(d) Four times.
10. What did the feminists see most clearly?
(a) All of these.
(b) That the outdated view of feminine behavior would lead to social deterioration.
(c) That education and the right to participate in advanced society were what was most needed.
(d) That women were equal in the necessary fight for individuality.
11. What is the most powerful argument of the feminine mystique?
(a) That the woman rejects her husband and children if she doesn't stay at home.
(b) That the woman may lose her fertility if she works outside of the home.
(c) All of these.
(d) That the woman will be less of a woman if she doesn't stay at home.
12. Why is it easier to live through someone else as opposed to finding yourself?
(a) There is a lot of criticism.
(b) None of these.
(c) It is frightening.
(d) There are many problems to be faced with the family.
13. Which mothers were more sure of themselves?
(a) Japanese mothers.
(b) Chinese mothers.
(c) Russian mothers.
(d) American mothers.
14. In a Rorschach test, a majority of animal images over human images is indicative of ___________________.
(c) Sexual promiscuity.
15. How many women had engaged in extramarital sex?
(a) Two in four.
(b) Three in four.
(c) Nine of ten.
(d) One in four.
Short Answer Questions
1. When did Professor Maslow begin his study of the relationship between sexuality and the "dominance" feeling?
2. What are considered "mutations"?
3. What does "acting out" mean in psycho-therapeutic terms?
4. Women must learn to compete not as female but as ______.
5. How do women find enjoyment in being a woman?
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