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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why are alcohol and marijuana popular with teenage girls?
(a) They want to lose weight
(b) It is a quick way to feel good
(c) They want to expanded awareness
(d) They want to increase sensitivity and insight
2. What does Dr. Pipher note about many female leaders?
(a) They are often unhappy
(b) They acknowledge gender limitations
(c) They are not strong adolescents
(d) They are isolated as adolescents
3. What school activities do many girls participate in which often makes them emotionally healthy?
(a) They can participate in clubs
(b) They can participate in sports
(c) They can participate in contests
(d) They can participate in academics
4. According to Dr. Pipher, isolation can often be what?
(b) Social issue
(d) Mental health issue
5. What career was Dr. Pipher pushed toward by her teachers in school?
6. What is it a sign of when girls hurt themselves externally?
(a) They suffer schizophrenia
(b) They suffer suicidal tendencies
(c) They suffer internal pain
(d) They suffer mental abuse
7. Why do girls often take amphetamines?
(b) Quick way to feel good
(c) Lose weight
(d) Expanded awareness
8. What does Dr. Pipher show girls they are able to cope with?
9. What does Dr. Pipher believe drives girls to self-mutilate?
(a) They are driven by peers
(b) They are driven by culture
(c) They are driven by mental health issues
(d) They are driven by parents
10. What is this chapter mainly about?
(a) Unrealistic expectations
(b) Society perceptions of weight
(c) Societal norms and values
(d) Eating disorders
11. Which type of girl is usually more prone to alcoholism?
(b) Type A personalities
12. In Cassie's world what is all-powerful?
13. Why does Dr. Pipher believe that girls turn to alcohol, drugs, food or self-mutilation?
(a) To surprise each other
(b) To find peace
(c) To rebel against authority
(d) To numb themselves
14. What does Dr. Pipher believe must change in order to produce healthy young women?
15. Strong girls according to Dr. Pipher already are able to do what?
(a) They can find their purpose in life
(b) They can value themselves
(c) They can examine their own thoughts
(d) They can problem solve
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Margaret tell Dr. Pipher she will never let rule her life again?
2. Which of the following professions is not at high risk for developing bulimia?
3. About what percentage of women will be battered at some point in their lives?
4. How do highly gifted girls react to world events?
5. Even in dysfunctional families strong girls are able to do what?
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