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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What type of people does the author advise against wooing with Christian piety or the occult?
(a) Troubled teens.
(b) Earthy and cynical people.
(c) Christians and Wiccans.
(d) Materialistic people.
2. What emotion does the author say in "Disarm Through Strategic Weakness and Vulnerability" is attractive?
3. What does the author recommend for the slightest provocation after a seduction?
(a) A quick break.
(b) A vacation.
(c) A marriage proposal.
4. In military terms, the author says, to seduce is to make _____ strategy.
5. What activity did Genji share with his young conquest?
(a) Art class.
(b) Music lessons.
(c) Horseback riding.
6. The author suggests that all relationships rely on some element of _____ in order to be maintained.
(a) Theatrical illusion.
(b) Science fiction.
7. In Chapter 13, what is the woman like that the seducer goes after?
(a) She is a poor servant looking for a way out.
(b) She has a bad reputation.
(c) She is happily married.
(d) She has an excellent reputation and is of high status.
8. What does the author say is the greatest danger for a relationship?
9. In Chapter 15, "The Seductive Process", Aly Khan is not handsome nor monogamous, but is quite _____ and adept at _____.
(a) Devoted to children/Babysitting.
(c) Charming/Household chores.
(d) Wealthy/Giving attention.
10. Who does the author say seduces many female lovers during private, spiritually oriented meetings?
11. When people regress to when they were babies, the author claims they are cast back to their feelings of what?
(a) Losing their speech.
(d) Emotional dependency.
12. What type of job does Rohan have in Chapter 14?
(a) A cook.
(b) A farmer.
(c) A missionary.
(d) A servant.
13. What does the author say can support a seduction of a spouse or soldiers for a cause?
(a) Criticizing the other's beliefs.
(b) Cultivating virtues of seducer's religion.
(c) Creating an Oedipal triangle.
(d) Keeping a concubine.
14. What term does the author use to describe the victim's idealized self-image, which is the key force that needs to be engaged?
(a) Childhood regression.
(b) Oedipal relationship.
(c) Ego ideal.
(d) Infantile regression.
15. According to the author, if a person is alone a lot, then the attentions received are liable to be what?
Short Answer Questions
1. In Chapter 21, turning tables in seduction usually means the love opponent has flipped from being the _____ to the _____.
2. In Chapter 19, "Use Spiritual Lures", what do people like to feel as much as they are drawn to naughtiness or evil?
3. According to the author, seducers can nurture their victims' abilities to perceive their what?
4. The author says in "Mix Pleasure with Pain" that the seducer can _____ the victim's _____ to the emotional rushes of the ups and downs of life.
5. The relationship between Casanova and Mathilde allows for _____ to be used and natural _____ to emerge.
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