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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What does Dr. Pipher show girls they are able to cope with?
(a) Uncertainity
(b) Resignation
(c) Assault
(d) Pain

2. What type of therapy does Dr. Pipher teach girls?
(a) Cultural
(b) Responsible
(c) Awakening
(d) Defending

3. What does Dr. Pipher encourage her patients to do in regards to their feelings?
(a) Objectify
(b) Resign
(c) Explain
(d) Evaluate

4. From what condition does Cindy suffer?
(a) Attention Deficit Disorder
(b) Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
(c) Drug abuse
(d) Muscular Dystrophy

5. Which of the following was not a suggestion from Dr. Pipher for Heidi to find other ways to express herself?
(a) She could learn effective relaxation techniques
(b) She could meditate
(c) She could listen to music
(d) She could journal

6. Which of the following terms does not describe Tracy?
(a) Miserable
(b) Angry
(c) Independent
(d) Rebellious

7. What do rules in absence of loving relationships inspire according to Dr. Pipher?
(a) It inspires rebellion
(b) It inspires alcoholism
(c) It inspires lack of personal space
(d) It inspires privacy

8. In what way does Dr. Pipher conclude Danielle is using chemicals?
(a) Unhappy way
(b) Pressured way
(c) Experimental way
(d) Addicted way

9. Which of the following is one of the skills upon which Dr. Pipher focuses?
(a) Exacting relationships
(b) Defining relationships
(c) Explaining relationships
(d) Socialization relationships

10. Which of the following is normal for daughters of alcoholic fathers?
(a) They will drink alone
(b) They will avoid alcohol
(c) They will choose men like their fathers
(d) They will become reserved

11. What was abundant during the 1950s?
(a) Divorce
(b) Alcohol
(c) Cigarettes
(d) Drugs

12. What is this chapter mainly about?
(a) Eating disorders
(b) Society perceptions of weight
(c) Societal norms and values
(d) Unrealistic expectations

13. What can all victims of assault benefit from treatment for?
(a) Post-traumatic stress disorders
(b) Sexually transmitted diseases
(c) Coping skills
(d) Rape syndrome

14. What is it a sign of when girls hurt themselves externally?
(a) They suffer mental abuse
(b) They suffer schizophrenia
(c) They suffer internal pain
(d) They suffer suicidal tendencies

15. Which of the following is a technique in which girls reflect on their past or future when they are having a bad day?
(a) Time travel
(b) Altruism
(c) Perspective theory
(d) Rememberance theory

Short Answer Questions

1. Why does Dr. Pipher believe that girls turn to alcohol, drugs, food or self-mutilation?

2. According to Dr. Pipher families raise their daughters to be whole, but the media reduces them to which of the following?

3. Which type of girl is usually more prone to alcoholism?

4. Even in dysfunctional families strong girls are able to do what?

5. What causes girls who are assaulted to generally cope better?

(see the answer keys)

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