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Multiple Choice Questions

1. Where was Jung's first posting?
(a) In a battlefield hospital.
(b) In a research hospital.
(c) In a mental hospital.
(d) In a local clinic.

2. How did writing this book change Jung's life?
(a) He purged memories that had been making him sick.
(b) He recalled things he had forgotten entirely.
(c) He came to terms with his dislike for his father.
(d) He became more objective about it.

3. Where was Jung raised?
(a) In Germany near the Dutch border.
(b) In England near the coast.
(c) In Switzerland near the German border.
(d) In France near the Swiss border.

4. What headway had just been made when Jung began practicing?
(a) Talking and expressive therapies.
(b) Better diagnostics.
(c) Wider social accpetance of illness.
(d) Better medicines.

5. What did Jung say that he thought had pushed Nietzsche over the brink into insanity?
(a) That Nietzsche had inherited insanity from his parents.
(b) That Nietzsche was too close with his sister.
(c) That Nietzsche did not have enough external life outside his work.
(d) That Nietzsche had not worked in a close enough community.

6. How did Jung's beliefs about God affect his thinking?
(a) Jung fostered his disbelief in private, and prepared to run away from his family.
(b) It made Jung feel like a hypocrite, since he didn't believe what he was saying in church.
(c) Jung tried to stop thinking certain things for fear of blasphemy.
(d) Jung felt deeply guilty and afraid of damnation.

7. What was the actual event that changed Jung's perspective on his studies?
(a) A knife and table split.
(b) His mother heard God's voice.
(c) Lightning entered the dining room, touched all the silverware, and exited.
(d) He saw his father's face in a mirror.

8. How did Jung feel about religious practice as a child?
(a) He found it painfully beautiful.
(b) He found it a little too convincing.
(c) He found it offensive and ridiculous.
(d) He found it hollow.

9. What did Jung expect for his career and maturity?
(a) One career and one wife.
(b) He planned to renounce worldly things and enter the church.
(c) A lifetime of intellectual exploration and travel.
(d) Travels and exploration before he settled down.

10. What plan of treatment led Jung to his breakthrough?
(a) He read the patient's writings.
(b) He worked with the patient's family.
(c) He used a new combination of medicines.
(d) He involved the patient in her own cure.

11. Where does Jung say his psychology originates?
(a) In the history of his land.
(b) In his ancestors' experience.
(c) In his racial identity.
(d) In his unconcious mind.

12. What was Jung's family's status?
(a) They were wealthy and dissolute.
(b) They were comfortably middle-class.
(c) They were poor but respectable.
(d) They were poor and shabby.

13. What kinds of conversations were standard fare in Jung's childhood household?
(a) Discussions of theology.
(b) Discussions of literature.
(c) Discussions of economics.
(d) Discussions of political intrigue.

14. How did Jung refer to his autobiography while it was being written?
(a) As "My gospel".
(b) As "Aniela's project".
(c) As "My story".
(d) As "My Red Book".

15. What was Jung's father's profession?
(a) Linguist.
(b) Engraver.
(c) Lecturer.
(d) Minister.

Short Answer Questions

1. How did Jung pay for school?

2. Where did Jung attend university?

3. Where did Jung feel closest to God?

4. What did the event convince Jung to believe?

5. What did Jung read of Nietzsche's work?

(see the answer keys)

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