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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does the author contrast the goddesses in Book 2, Chapter 3?
(a) She doesn't think their similarities are important.
(b) She doesn't want readers to think they are all the same.
(c) Their differences are therapeutically relevant, whereas their similarities aren't.
(d) She is afraid readers will get them confused with one another.
2. This edition of the text was written how many years after the first publication?
3. According to Cook 2, Chapter 2, the goddess archetypes are at work where?
(a) In every woman and in every culture.
(b) Nowhere, because they are archaic.
(c) Only in the cultures where they originated.
(d) Only in the women who recognize them.
4. What is the first group of goddesses called?
(a) Maternal goddesses.
(b) Transformative goddesses.
(c) Virgin goddesses.
(d) Vulnerable goddesses.
5. Hestia is described as what?
(a) Outgoing and friendly.
(b) A jealous lover.
(c) A prude.
(d) A wallflower.
6. Who is the author of Goddesses in Everywoman?
(a) Jean Shinoda Bolen.
(b) Gene Shinoda Bolan.
(c) Jean Shinoa Blone.
(d) Jean Binoda Sholen.
7. How did the author get her hypothesis for effective treatment?
(a) She got feedback from other practitioners.
(b) She experimented with different techniques.
(c) She meditated on what the best practice would be.
(d) She read it in a psychiatric journal.
8. According to the author, what should be considered for a healthy relationship?
(b) Sexual natures.
(c) Sexual natures and behavior.
9. According to the author in Chapter 1, it is important for women to know their own what?
10. According to the author, how do Hestian women feel about sex?
(a) They don't enjoy it.
(b) They enjoy it but are comfortable without it for long periods of time.
(c) They don't like to talk about it.
(d) They enjoy it and don't like going for long periods of time without it.
11. How did the assistant help with Athena's birth?
(a) By pulling Athena's body from the earth.
(b) By hitting Athena's father in the head with an axe.
(c) By helping to build Athena from clay.
(d) By putting Athena's mother into a deep, temporary sleep.
12. What is an Athena woman's most likely downfall?
(a) Trying to save a relationship in which her partner has already given up.
(b) Not caring about her looks.
(c) Being unable to care for her children.
(d) Having a poor self-image.
13. The patterns and qualities discussed in Book 2, Chapter 2, are part of what?
(a) They are part of the spiritual realm.
(b) They are part of the psyche.
(c) They are part of the universal consciousness.
(d) They are part of the atmosphere and part of nothing at the same time.
14. An Athena woman is the most apt to be able to survive what?
(a) Physical injury.
(c) The death of a loved one.
(d) A cheating spouse.
15. What type of mental health practitioner was the author?
(a) Social worker.
Short Answer Questions
1. When inhabitants of a city-state left to form a new village, what did they take with them?
2. Every Greek city-state had a mass what?
3. Who was Athena's mother?
4. What did Athena typically wear?
5. In Book 2, Chapter 1, the author states that having a baby can trigger what?
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