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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What profession did Jung's uncles work in?
(a) They were ministers.
(b) They were parsons.
(c) They were bookkeepers.
(d) They were engravers.
2. What was Jung afraid of as a child?
(a) His father.
(b) Men in black frocks.
(d) Men in large groups.
3. How was mental health practiced when Jung entered it?
(a) It was in an obscure boundary-land between science and crime.
(b) It was at the heart of scientific debates about psychology.
(c) It was outside of science.
(d) It was closer to running a prison.
4. What claim did Jung make for the mind?
(a) It claims and keeps all experiences.
(b) It blinds itself to painful experiences, and returns to them later.
(c) It is selective in what it remembers.
(d) It warps truth around to protect the ego.
5. How did Jung revisit his childhood memory in adulthood?
(a) He used stones to build a little village on the beach.
(b) He played out adventures with his children and dog.
(c) He returned to the beach and built sand castles there.
(d) He played like a child among his children.
6. How did Jung feel about his mother?
(a) He thought she did not love him or his father.
(b) He thought she was bright but limited.
(c) He thought she wanted a different life for herself.
(d) He thought she was unintelligent and superstitious.
7. How was Freud's work viewed in academic circles when Jung met him?
(a) It had become the new orthodoxy.
(b) It was controversial.
(c) It was heretical.
(d) It was accepted in some places.
8. What result does Jung's blasphemous dream have?
(a) He begins to lie about his faith.
(b) He flees from the church and never returned.
(c) He ponders religion seriously.
(d) He forces himself to continue religious practice.
9. What was Nietzsche's reputation in Basel?
(a) He was not always spoken well of.
(b) He was vilified.
(c) He was revered.
(d) He was still unknown.
10. How was abnormal psychology seen in Jung's time?
(a) As legitimate science.
(b) As nearer the occult than science.
(c) As scientifically worthless.
(d) As a punishment for wayward psychologists.
11. How was Jung's thesis received?
(a) It was accepted.
(b) It was derided.
(c) It was praised highly.
(d) It was rejected.
12. How often did Carl Jung and Aniela Jaffe spend time together gathering materials for Jung's autobiography?
(a) A few hours a month.
(b) A few hours each week.
(c) A few weekends a year.
(d) A few hours each day.
13. What was Freud's position in his field when Jung met him?
(a) He was a pioneer.
(b) He was an outcast from psychiatric circles.
(c) He was accepted as a revolutionary thinker.
(d) He was surrounded by scandals.
14. How old was Jung when his parents had his baby sister?
15. What did Jung's experience show him about Freud's practices?
(a) They could be applied successfully in limited cases.
(b) They were useful.
(c) They were harmful.
(d) They were potentially dangerous.
Short Answer Questions
1. What kinds of conversations were standard fare in Jung's childhood household?
2. Where did Jung attend university?
3. What was Jung's family's religion?
4. What was the second revolutionary psychiatric practice that Freud instituted?
5. How did Jung feel about religious practice as a child?
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