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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. What was Jung's family like by the time he met Freud?
(a) He was married with one child.
(b) He was married with five children.
(c) He was divorced with two children.
(d) He was unmarried.
2. What terrifying experience was Jung marked by from his childhood?
(a) His father's poverty and bankrupcty.
(b) Running away from a Jesuit.
(c) Stealing pears from an orchard.
(d) Rescuing his father from their burning house.
3. How did the other students at university perceive Jung?
(a) He was normal.
(b) He was silly and inconsequential.
(c) He was too religious.
(d) He was sacrilegious.
4. What was the subject of Jung's thesis at university?
(a) Sexual trauma in childhood.
(b) Paranormal activities and mediums.
(c) Magic in literature.
(d) Alkaloids and heart health.
5. How did Jung see Freud once they met?
(a) They treated each other as rivals.
(b) They treated each other as equals.
(c) They kept each other at a distance, but they collaborated.
(d) He treated him as a father.
Short Answer Questions
1. How did the relationship between Jung and Freud develop?
2. What did the event convince Jung to believe?
3. Who encouraged Jung to take a new subject in his writing?
4. What did Jung consider doing with Freud's work?
5. What significance does the red stone have for Jung?
Short Essay Questions
1. How did Jung pursue the paranormal in his studies?
2. What event gave Jung his fear of "men in black frocks"?
3. What importance does Jung's childhood have for him?
4. What did Jung discover as he grew older?
5. Where does Jung say his history originated?
6. How did Jung feel about religious practice as a child?
7. Describe Jung's treatment of the woman who was a murderer.
8. Describe Jung's university years.
9. Where did Jung's father's fears of Jesuits come from?
10. What did Jung gain from Freud's approach to treating mental illness?
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