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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Dr. Pipher describe her cousin Polly as a young girl?
(a) She is very into makeup
(b) She is a Tomboy
(c) She is withdrawn
(d) She is ladylike
2. From which category are many daughters raised who are more apt to like men?
3. What speculation does Pipher make about girls who are raised to be open-minded and curious?
(a) They may be faced with too many choices
(b) They may be overwhelmed by the turmoil of adolescence
(c) They may be struggle more than others to find themselves
(d) They may be unsure of themselves
4. Which category does Dr. Pipher indicate that most fathers fall into?
(a) Most fathers are supportive
(b) Most fathers are reluctant
(c) Most fathers are abusive
(d) Most fathers are distant
5. When Hamlet rejects Ophelia for being obedient to her father what happens to her?
(a) She immediately drowns
(b) She goes insane
(c) She leaves by running away
(d) She reverts to her pre-adolescence personality
6. Divorce can be devastating and it can be an opportunity for what?
(c) Financial success
7. When does Dr. Pipher indicate that Polly began to become confused and withdrawn?
(a) She withdrew once she entered school
(b) She withdrew when she started to like boys
(c) She withdrew when she entered adolescence
(d) She withdrew after she moved to a new home
8. How does Dr. Pipher describe adolescent girls?
(a) Female impersonators
(b) Unrealistic girls
(c) Unpleasing souls
9. Which of the following is not a descriptor of a healthy adult according to Broverman's study?
10. What does Dr. Pipher believe is the underlying reason for Holly's attachment to Lyle?
(a) Her loss of her mother
(b) Her desire for affection
(c) She is rebelling against her children
(d) She begins sexual activity at a young age
11. How does Dr. Pipher describe today's fathers in relation to having the necessary skills to develop healthy relationships with their daughters?
(a) They are under-educated
(b) They are prepared
(c) They are unrealistically prepared
(d) They are ill equipped
12. How does Dr. Pipher describe surface structure?
(a) Internal struggles
(b) Root cause of behavior
(c) Camouflage behavior
(d) What others can see
13. Which of the following themes does not appear to be rooted in cultural ideals rather than personality development according to Dr. Pipher?
(a) Parental relationships
(b) Fear of rejection
(c) Need for perfection
(d) Preoccupation with weight
14. Where does Dr. Pipher indicate an adolescent who is untroubled usually looks for guidance?
(a) Within herself
(b) To adult role models
(c) To her peers
(d) To her parents
15. Which girls does Dr. Pipher indicate handle divorce the best?
(a) Those with different economic circumstances
(b) Those who do not have to change homes
(c) Those with a civil relationship
(d) Those who do not have to change peer relationships
Short Answer Questions
1. Which type of parents may have children who struggle in social settings and lack confidence?
2. According to Dr. Pipher, how are relationships with mothers viewed?
3. What kind of standard does Dr. Pipher believe Americans have in relation to values and beliefs?
4. Who do many of the adolescent girls turn to for support?
5. What does Dr. Pipher indicate that most teens are not mature enough to understand?
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