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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. How developed is archetypal psychology?
(a) In its infant stages.
(b) It's an ancient way of thought.
(c) Young, but fully developed.
(d) A few decades old.
2. The Hero is the most _____ state of Boy psychology.
3. In an initiation, the ritual space is considered _______.
4. What does the Oedipal Child seek in his life?
(a) A single, unique thought.
(b) More children like himself.
(c) Connection with nature and spirituality.
(d) A good time.
5. In archetypal psychology, what do men inherit from generations before?
(a) Good looks and charm.
(b) Genetic predispositions.
(c) Instincts and energies.
(d) Skill at hunting.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why is the Mama's Boy disappointed as an adult?
2. For a complete initiation process, the boys must be separated from ______.
3. What do the authors believe the ugly and destructive patterns of an adult man are a product of?
4. What role does the Know-It-All Trickster play in the Precocious Child?
5. How are the Dreamer and the Mama's Boy similar?
Short Essay Questions
1. What personalities are most prone to the Tyrant? Why?
2. What human needs do the Magician and Lover fulfill?
3. Why does the Grandstander Bully act as he does?
4. Why don't men hold the pinnacle of their archetype?
5. How does the Impotent Lover get trapped in a cycle?
6. Why is the Hero the most advanced stage of a boy's psychology?
7. How does a young man become a fully-fledged adult male?
8. What professions is the Tyrant usually drawn to?
9. How do the authors think a man can become fully functioning?
10. What would be the outcome of an interaction between the Know-It-All Trickster and the Dummy?
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