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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through "The Case for a Tragic Optimism" (through page 179).
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Frankl write about the moral drive?
(a) It is an important drive.
(b) No such drive can ever exist.
(c) It was ignored by Freud, but Frankl discovered it.
(d) When it is not addressed serious, it can have serious consequences.
2. Who narrates this story?
(a) A woman who claims to have grown up with Hitler.
(b) A woman who hid Jews in her home to save them from the concentration camps.
(c) A former Nazi.
(d) A concentration camp survivor.
3. Does Frankl allow logotherapy-trained therapists to train under the licensing requirements of other schools?
(a) Yes, because the practicioners of logotherapy should be open to new ideas.
(b) No, Frankl writes that other schools are not compatible with his.
(c) No, Frankl argues that he has already taken ideas from other schools into account.
(d) Yes, but he argues that they should remain true to the basic concepts.
4. What symptom characterizes the first mental phase of prisoners in concentration camps?
5. How does Frankl write that Freudian psychotherapy deals with spiritual issues?
(a) Spiritual issues are not dealt with in psychotherapy.
(b) Frankl writes that spirituality is dealt with by Freudian psychologists as a central issue in life, but it should be addressed with religious leaders.
(c) They are dealt with directly, and with respect for the difficulty that many patients have with these issues.
(d) They are not dealt with directly, but they are seen as having instinctual roots.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Frankl believe explains the lack of sexual urge in the concentration camp?
2. What kind of complex does the author write prisoners suffered from?
3. During the time that the author spent in concentration camps, what does he describe as his main work?
4. When a journalist asked Frankl to describe logotherapy in a sentence, how did he respond?
5. What does Frankl suggest alcoholics and drug addicts suffer from?
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