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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Book 2: The Seductive Process: Chapter 18: Stir Up the Transgressive & Taboo.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What type of seducer is poet Oscar Wilde known to be?
2. What worked "like a charm" in the Madame's relationship with the King?
(a) She only said kind things to him.
(b) She spread rumors about the other women.
(c) She nurtured herself and the King.
(d) She learned to cook all of his favorite meals.
3. What is a great indirect approach to creating a false sense of security?
(a) Telling the person there is hope for romance.
(b) Writing a letter.
(c) Promising to call after a date.
(d) Making an effort to befriend a target.
4. How does the regression strategy from Chapter 17 help seducers?
(a) It helps them financially.
(b) It teaches them how to use emotions intentionally.
(c) It teaches mind control.
(d) It offers a short-term euphoria.
5. The author writes that temptation is a proper understanding of the what?
Short Answer Questions
1. What benefit does the seducer gain from making the seducee feel insecure?
2. What term does the author use to describe the victim's idealized self-image, which is the key force that needs to be engaged?
3. What does the author say is often stirred up in intimacy, especially romance?
4. What famous Madame does the author describe as the main figure in The Ideal Lover?
5. What does the author say is one of the most excellent ways in politics to involve oneself truly and in the realm of fantasy with another?
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