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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to Dr. Pipher, what does the culture strive to do to young women?
(a) Control them
(b) Define them
(c) Objectify them
(d) Debase them
2. In what way does Dr. Pipher conclude Danielle is using chemicals?
(a) Experimental way
(b) Unhappy way
(c) Addicted way
(d) Pressured way
3. Why does Penelope begin seeing Dr. Pipher?
(a) She attempted suicide
(b) She was abandoned by her parents
(c) She was arrested
(d) She is sexually active
4. Self-mutilation is often used by girls to do which of the following?
(a) It is used to punish parents
(b) It is used to relieve stress and anxiety
(c) It is used to express outrage
(d) It is used to calm themselves
5. Strong girls according to Dr. Pipher already are able to do what?
(a) They can examine their own thoughts
(b) They can problem solve
(c) They can value themselves
(d) They can find their purpose in life
6. Why are alcohol and marijuana popular with teenage girls?
(a) It is a quick way to feel good
(b) They want to increase sensitivity and insight
(c) They want to expanded awareness
(d) They want to lose weight
7. Which of the following is a technique in which girls reflect on their past or future when they are having a bad day?
(b) Rememberance theory
(c) Perspective theory
(d) Time travel
8. What sustains June and allows her to become a strong woman?
(a) Athletic skills
(b) Support of her father
(c) Peer relationships
(d) Mother's love
9. What does Dr. Pipher believe must change in order to produce healthy young women?
10. What is Cassie's world more driven by?
(b) Addictive forces
(c) Sexual drive
11. What causes girls who are assaulted to generally cope better?
(a) When they pursue legal courses of action
(b) When they move to a new area
(c) When they seek counseling
(d) When they tell someone right away
12. What does Dr. Pipher describe as being a compounding factor with society when it comes to sexual activity?
(a) Society has unclear rules
(b) Society has similar sexual messages
(c) Society has abuse and assault
(d) Society has peer pressure
13. Which of the following terms does Dr. Pipher use to describe pregnancy in the 1950s?
14. What does Dr. Pipher encourage her patients to do in regards to their feelings?
15. Even in dysfunctional families strong girls are able to do what?
(a) They can find value in themselves when no one else can
(b) They can survive the horrors they face daily
(c) They can provide a rationale for their problems
(d) They can develop a bond with at least one family member
Short Answer Questions
1. What are girls unprepared for that results from having sex too soon?
2. How do girls who participate in sports often see their bodies?
3. What percent of children with alcoholic parents will become alcoholics themselves?
4. Which of the following isn't one of the things Dr. Pipher believes athletic skills give to girls?
5. Why does Dr. Pipher believe that girls turn to alcohol, drugs, food or self-mutilation?
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