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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What does Erikson state youth need so they do not languish in a strictly episodical conscious expansion?
(a) A set of guidelines for identity.
(b) Leadership that can be resistant.
(c) Wisdom.
(d) Understanding of the past.

2. What does Erikson feel may have been lost to modernity?
(a) Cosmic wholeness.
(b) Self-identity.
(c) Ideologies.
(d) Self-preservation.

3. What is the definition of "identity" subject to?
(a) The researcher.
(b) The future.
(c) The individual.
(d) Changes in history.

4. The ________ cannot coexist with the increase in advances in a technologically led culture?
(a) The combination of individuality and the community.
(b) The dislike of regimentation and military enthusiasm.
(c) True identity formation of ego.
(d) Conformity of one.

5. What is present within each period of Erikson's theory of identity development?
(a) Social conflict.
(b) Identity confusion.
(c) Distinct processes.
(d) Inner and outer conflict.

6. According to Erikson, what stage is highly dependent on and individuals and ability to gain acceptance?
(a) Industry vs. inferiority.
(b) Trust vs. mistrust.
(c) Autonomy vs. shame.
(d) Intimacy vs. isolation.

7. How does Erikson suggest men were able to end the adolescent process?
(a) Get a job.
(b) Develop an adult identity.
(c) Get married.
(d) Subordinate their childhood identities to a new identity.

8. As noted in Chapter 2, how can false or inaccurate ego identity formations be corrected after being developed by parents in terms of group identity development?
(a) They cannot be corrected.
(b) By reworking associations.
(c) By immersion.
(d) Through psychotherapy.

9. What does Freud's consciousness of inner identity include?
(a) Bitter pride.
(b) Love.
(c) Conflict.
(d) Peace.

10. What may be gained as an individual enters Erikson's final stage of development when their overall development has been positive and healthy?
(a) Hopelessness.
(b) Peace.
(c) Wisdom.
(d) Reflection.

11. What aspects of Freud's theory of development does a functional ego integrate?
(a) Psychosocial and biological.
(b) Social and environmental.
(c) Biological and psychosexual.
(d) Psychosocial and psychosexual.

12. According to Erikson, what is the third stage of development?
(a) Intimacy vs. isolation.
(b) Initiative vs. guilt.
(c) Autonomy vs. shame.
(d) Trust vs. mistrust.

13. What does Erikson state are not constantly bolstered, an idea that is contrary to popular belief?
(a) Strong egos.
(b) Weak egos.
(c) The arrogant.
(d) Self conscious.

14. Considering Erikson's theory of groups identity development, what type of group demands does ego identity help balance?
(a) Leadership conflicts.
(b) Members passions and instincts.
(c) Negative identities.
(d) Conformity.

15. What does Erikson's theory suggest concerning how children gain a sense of what their adult identities should be?
(a) It comes natural.
(b) Learning about being an adult.
(c) By looking to community members.
(d) Watching TV.

Short Answer Questions

1. What term does Erikson use to refer to the methods used throughout history to integrate identity?

2. What was William James obsessed with his entire life?

3. In discussing Freud's views on group identity, what does Erikson state is a major cause in identity becoming frustrating and disintegrated?

4. During the final stages of Erikson's stages of identity development, what type of feelings may individual experiencing stagnation feel?

5. What term does Erikson use to mean the factor that serves to integrate a person toward a common societal goal?

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