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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. ____________ are seen as a type of hero and are often the recipients of admiration by their peers.
2. A person should seek to form a job in such a way that it resembles a _______ activity, such as weaving or hunting.
3. Some may choose to work when it is not ____________, for the sheer challenge and enjoyment of it all.
4. To experience optimal flow, one must find a _____________ in the work and achieve all that can be achieved.
5. Some people may simply not like __________, which can lead to stress and anxiety when put into a position of solitude.
(a) Being alone.
(d) Their jobs.
Short Answer Questions
1. As one grows older, friendships tend to become something more than a combination of ___________ experiences.
2. What was the name of the Marine code breakers used in World War II as their language was never written down, so it could not be broken?
3. What is NOT one of the things a person may need in order to cope with stress?
4. One might think that if a job was structured to mirror a __________, then more people would be enthusiastic.
5. ___________ are a crucial way to develop social skills outside of the family unit, according to the author.
Short Essay Questions
1. What did Sigmund Freud have to say about the recipe for happiness; what it includes in his opinion?
2. What is certainly responsible for causing grief and trouble in one's life, according to the book?
3. Why does the author say that work is necessarily for a person in this world?
4. What does it mean when someone overcomes adversity without any gathering of material possessions?
5. What can the use of one's memory help a person do in his life?
6. What must happen in relation to work in order for a person to obtain optimal flow?
7. What kind of animals does the author say that humans are by nature?
8. Why might turning down a promotion to a higher paying job be a better idea for some?
9. How does a person prevent himself from having to dwell on negative thoughts in the brain?
10. Despite all that has been determined about happiness, what do some people believe are the only things needed for happiness?
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