JUNG
Practice Quiz 1

1. One of Jung's strongest beliefs was
 a. that all people are created equal
 b. that aspects of mentality are arranged in opposites or contrasts
 c. that cures could be obtained very quickly with the right kind of therapeutic support
 d. that the unconscious contained only repressed material

2. Jung believed in the uniqueness as well as the _____ of all cultures.
 a. virtues
 b. hopes
 c. aspirations
 d. commonality

3. Which of the following is the representation of woman in man?
 a. Pestilence
 b. Anima
 c. Animus
 d. Shadow

4. Compensation (Jung) refers to
 a. dealing with inferiority
 b. countering a deficiency, such as an organ defect
 c. trying to overcome being born last
 d. balancing a conscious experience with an opposing unconscious one

5. The eight possible combinations of the psychological functions and introversion-extraversion include all of the following, except one. Which is not among those combinations?
 a. introverted-feeling
 b. extraverted-winnowing
 c. extraverted-intuiting
 d. introverted-thinking

6. Jung's recognition involves
 a. transference
 b. manifest dream interpretation
 c. acknowledging previously neglected unconscious contents
 d. Oedipus complex

7. What did Clarkadon (1978) find when he investigated Jung's eight fold classification among Mississippi State students?
 a. extraverts made very infrequent discussion contributions
 b. introverts made very infrequent discussion contributions
 c. the best classroom contributions came from feelings types
 d. students with the highest sensing scores obtained the highest discussion ratings

8. With use of the Word Association Test
 a. patients respond to each of a standardized list of 100 words
 b. the therapist has patients listen to him or her recite a set of spontaneously generated words
 c. associations with words are given to patients and they guess which words corresponds to each associate
 d. patients spontaneously generate words to describe themselves

9. Jung's "active imagination" refers to
 a. the child-like quality of many adults' imaginings
 b. the snake biting its tail: coming full circle
 c. simulating dream experiences by engaging the imagination while awake
 d. the dreams of especially creative people

10. A major controversy of Jung's career is
 a. his rejection of science
 b. his tendency to change his theory
 c. his belief in the inheritance of ideas
 d. his transcendentalism
 

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