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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 is the overshadowing problem concerning Franchesca?
(a) Drugs and alcohol
(b) Sexual promiscuity
(d) Lack of parental affect
2. From which category are many daughters raised who are more apt to like men?
3. What disease does Katie's mother ,Pete, suffer from that debilitates her?
(b) Muscular Dystrophy
(c) Parkinson's Disease
4. Which of the following adjectives best describes the relationship between Whitney and Evelyn?
(c) Too close
5. Why does Fay bring her daughter into therapy?
(a) Her daughter has requested the opportunity to go to therapy
(b) Her daughter has asked to move out
(c) Her daughter claims to be a lesbian
(d) Her daughter has asked to be emancipated
Short Answer Questions
1. Who do many of the adolescent girls turn to for support?
2. Who or what does Miller hold responsible for the split between child and adult during adolescence?
3. Which of the following is the best definition of vibrancy as described by Miller?
4. In what way does Dr. Pipher say that girls often shock their mothers?
5. Which adjective best describes how Dr. Pipher believes divorce affects the lives of children?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe young girls' emotional systems and how this can affect them?
2. How does Dr. Pipher explain the difference between surface structure of behaviors and the deep structure of meaning?
3. What is dysfunctional, according to Dr. Pipher, and what does this mean for parents?
4. Why does Dr. Pipher describe adolescent girls as female impersonators?
5. Describe why Pete is concerned about his relationship with his daughter and what Dr. Pipher does about this relationship.
6. What seems to be the reason that Jessica is rebelling and how does her mother react to this rebellion?
7. Describe Miller's definition of vibrancy and provide an example of how it can be overcome?
8. What is the second dimension and the two extremes which make it up as described by Pipher?
9. In what ways does Pipher compare families of the 1990s with those in previous years of history?
10. What concerns Dr. Pipher most about divorce and why is she concerned about this issue?
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