1. Relative to other theories in this book, Jung's might be called
2. Which of the following best describes Jung's "self"
a. totally unconscious
b. very superficial
c. the total personality
d. at the fringe of the personality
3. Which of the following is the best example of synchronicity?
a. "I dreamed of you last night."
b. "You feel sad."
c. "It's weird that you called about your sickness; I've taken sick also."
d. "I don't know what to tell you. I don't understand you at all."
4. Extraversion is
a. outward turning of libido
b. inward turning of libido
c. overflowing of libido
d. a clogging of libidinal canals
5. All of the following are part of the process of accepting the unconscious
as personality develops through expression of archetypes, except one. Which
is NOT a part of that process?
a. the persona dissolves with recognition of society's artificial goals
b. the shadow is integrated with other psychic units and people become aware of their dark side
c. the animus and the anima "reach an agreement" on achievement of peace within the individual psyche
d. there is commitment to an archetype that is symbolic of creative meaning
6. Jung's old age stage
a. brings the end of hope
b. begins the process of generativity
c. has implications for the reincarnation theme of Eastern religions
d. brings conquest of death
7. According to Jung, a complex is
a. psychological cores around which sexual experiences gather
b. free-flowing libidinal rivers
c. mental contents that stick together and take up residence in the personal unconscious
d. a series of psychic conflicts that originate in the collective unconscious and then are projected outward
8. Jung's dream series analysis is most analogous to
a. the world series in baseball
b. the spokes of a wagon wheel that all relate to the wheel's hub
c. the arms of an octopus
d. the guns of a battleship each trained on a different target
9. "His own world is a safe harbour....a walled in garden,..." refers
a. sensing function
d. intuitive function
10. The Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
a. adds two functions to those posed by Jung
b. is basically a perversion of Jung's point of view
c. has yet to show any usefulness
d. is fading in popularity