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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Fairy tales also teach that one will be rewarded if one does not attempt to avoid what?
(a) Struggle.
(b) Goodness.
(c) Peril.
(d) Evil.

2. The child learns how to separate what two aspects of the personality?
(a) Confusion and clarity.
(b) Kindness and anger.
(c) Sorrow and joy.
(d) Good and evil.

3. Who believed that fairy tales led the listener to look for a higher sense of self?
(a) Freud.
(b) Plato.
(c) Jung.
(d) Nietzsche.

4. A person's dreams are typically formed on what level?
(a) Subconscious.
(b) Unconscious.
(c) Childhood.
(d) Fantasy.

5. The fisherman is called upon to use ______ to get out of a bad situation.
(a) Strength.
(b) Wit.
(c) Faith.
(d) Brains.

6. Who is the villain in the first story?
(a) Queen.
(b) Witch.
(c) Stepmother.
(d) Wolf.

7. What do the Norse refer to as their version of fairy tales?
(a) Eddas.
(b) Sagas.
(c) Mythology.
(d) Magic stories.

8. Fairy tales most often deal with what?
(a) External forces.
(b) Internal conflicts.
(c) Magical elements.
(d) Maintaining faith.

9. In the example, where does the child live?
(a) Castle.
(b) Cottage.
(c) Forest.
(d) Tower.

10. What types of issues are most often addressed in fairy tales?
(a) Cultural.
(b) Personal.
(c) Universal.
(d) Religious.

11. One or more of the main characters is related to which food?
(a) Gingerbread.
(b) Honey.
(c) Beans.
(d) Fish.

12. Religious parables gave the child a view of all of the following except for which one?
(a) Tradition.
(b) Spirituality.
(c) Morality.
(d) Realism.

13. A person with no experience in fairy tales may not understand the difference between which two objects?
(a) Ego and superego.
(b) Good and evil.
(c) Internal and external worlds.
(d) Fantasy and reality.

14. What is it called when a person looks for the worst in everything?
(a) Realism.
(b) Optimism.
(c) Cynicism.
(d) Pessimism.

15. Fairy tales may help a child to learn about dealing with what kind of treatment?
(a) Preferential.
(b) Excessive.
(c) Medical.
(d) Poor.

Short Answer Questions

1. What is it called when a story is told to one generation and then another?

2. The separation of good and evil is often portrayed in fairy tales through what type of character?

3. At what age does this phase begin to fade away?

4. Children would have no need for fairy tales if their dreams were _________________.

5. At what age does this period begin?

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