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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. 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 prepared
(b) They are unrealistically prepared
(c) They are under-educated
(d) They are ill equipped

2. Why does Dr. Pipher indicate that girls at this age are difficult to study?
(a) They have secretive natures
(b) They have unpredictable behavior
(c) They have too many obstacles
(d) They have mood swings

3. At what ages would Freud consider the latency period for girls?
(a) About 6 - puberty
(b) About 10- puberty
(c) About 8 - puberty
(d) About 3 - puberty

4. Who or what does Miller hold responsible for the split between child and adult during adolescence?
(a) Hormones
(b) Parents
(c) Culture
(d) Males

5. In what way do teens manipulate their parents?
(a) They rebel until they get what they want
(b) They force them to reconcile
(c) They pit them against each other
(d) They provide additional stressors in their lives

Short Answer Questions

1. Which of the following is not a negative aspect of adolescent girls as described by Dr. Pipher?

2. With what does Dr. Pipher believe adolescent girls have an enormous preoccupation in their own lives?

3. Who does Dr. Pipher indicate is actually more responsible for raising strong daughters?

4. Which of the following terms best describes how Jessica feels?

5. Which of the following terms best describes a young girl's emotional system?

Short Essay Questions

1. What concerns Dr. Pipher most about divorce and why is she concerned about this issue?

2. What is the second dimension and the two extremes which make it up as described by Pipher?

3. What are some of the conflicting messages that adolescent girls are faced with?

4. What happens as adolescent girls withdraw from their parents and what does this offer to the girls?

5. In what ways does Pipher compare families of the 1990s with those in previous years of history?

6. How does Dr. Pipher explain the difference between surface structure of behaviors and the deep structure of meaning?

7. What seems to be the reason that Jessica is rebelling and how does her mother react to this rebellion?

8. Why does Dr. Pipher believe that young girls are particularly difficult to develop theories about in regard to treatment?

9. Describe Miller's definition of vibrancy and provide an example of how it can be overcome?

10. Describe the contradictions that occur between the expectations between the father and mother according to Dr. Pipher.

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