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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. In conclusion of their discussions of initiation, the authors stress that the most important element of a young man's initiation is _____.
(a) The sacred space.
(b) The cave paintings.
(c) The ritual elder.
(d) The absence of women.

2. In classic rites of passage, what are the young men supposed to do in the jungle?
(a) Become one with nature.
(b) None of the answers is correct.
(c) Sacrifice an animal.
(d) Endure struggles.

3. Why was the type of psychology discussed in this book popular at the time of publishing?
(a) There were fewer books being published.
(b) The crime rate among young men was high.
(c) Self-help books were very popular as well.
(d) An economic crisis was occurring.

4. What is the skill of the Oedipal Child?
(a) He is a good entertainer.
(b) He is manually dexterous.
(c) He is adept with languages.
(d) He can read the emotions of others.

5. In "Boy Psychology and Man Psychology" what is the stance on shadow-sides of a man's personality integrating into his whole personality?
(a) They make him unique.
(b) They give the man self-confidence.
(c) They make him more appealing to women.
(d) They can't integrate positively.

Short Answer Questions

1. What role does the Know-It-All Trickster play in the Precocious Child?

2. In archetypal psychology, what must die for a young man to mature?

3. What is the role of the Dreamer in the Oedipal Child?

4. How could archetypal psychology benefit men and women?

5. What role does the Weakling Prince play in the Divine Child?

Short Essay Questions

1. According to the authors, what is the fundamental, inherent desire in every young man?

2. Why was the Oedipal Child named as such?

3. Why does the Grandstander Bully act as he does?

4. Do the authors think these archetypes have ever dominated human life?

5. Why is the Warrior a sometimes repressed archetype?

6. When do the four archetypes arise?

7. Why don't men hold the pinnacle of their archetype?

8. What are the challenges men face in maturing and how do the authors see the challenges affect them?

9. Why is the Manipulator distant from his own life?

10. Why do Jungians believe archetypes are also relevant to females?

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