Jung Quiz

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Question 1

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Much of Jung's life was exploring the unconscious.
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  • True
  • False

Question 2

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Jung saw the ego as a way of organizing conscious forces.
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  • True
  • False

Question 3

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Jung and Freud were lifelong friends.
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  • True
  • False

Question 4

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The collective unconscious refers to an inherited tendency of the human life without losing their basic pattern.
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  • True
  • False

Question 5

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Archetypes are images of form but not content.
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  • True
  • False

Question 6

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Symbols are expressions of archetypes with content.
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  • True
  • False

Question 7

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The Mandela is an archetype.
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  • True
  • False

Question 8

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Like Freud, Jung believed that the most important focus of therapy should be childhood development.
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  • True
  • False

Question 9

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Becoming more aware of previous unconscious forces is a goal of psychoanalysis
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  • True
  • False

Question 10

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Jung's psychoanalysis pays less attention to culture.
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  • True
  • False

Question 11

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Which concept would a Jungian therapist choose as the most important?
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  • Anima
  • Style of Life
  • Transference
  • Unconscious

Question 12

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The tendency of humans to form representations of mythological motives is part of the:
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  • conscious
  • preconscious
  • collective unconscious

Question 13

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13. Which is not an archetype?
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  • death
  • power
  • persona
  • Zeus

Question 14

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Which of these is not a symbol?
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  • Anima
  • Hitler
  • Michael Jordan

Question 15

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Typical everyday interactions with neighbors are represented with this archetype:
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  • Anima
  • Animus
  • Persona

Question 16

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Jung's concept of introversion refers to
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  • being shy and quiet
  • Being concerned with one’s inner world thoughts and ideas

Question 17

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When Harvey decides he will not take a job offer, he is using:
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  • introversion
  • sensing
  • thinking

Question 18

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To effectively use the process of Jungian analysis, they should have at least some of this:
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  • extroversion
  • introversion
  • thinking
  • sensing

Question 19

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Which of these functions is most likely to exist in the unconscious level?
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  • auxillary
  • inferior
  • superior

Question 20

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Which is likely to be a goal of Jungian therapy?
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  • List the archetypes most important to close family members.
  • Become more extroverted while being intuitive.
  • Come to terms with unconscious factors, bring more material into consciousness

Question 21

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Which closely fits the contributions of Carl Jung?
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  • catharsis
  • interpretation
  • individuation

Question 22

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Dreaming of a bad experience at a family gathering is a _________.
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  • objective dream
  • subjective dream

Question 23

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Which is not related to gender issues in Jungian analysis?
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  • active imagination
  • anima
  • animus
  • the symbol of Pandora

Question 24

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Which of these approaches to understanding problems is most closely related to Jungian therapy?
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  • developing better communication skills
  • establishing hold of the environment
  • using themes developed from cultural knowledge
  • analysis from the first 5 years of life

Question 25

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In understanding a patient's psychotic process, a Jungian therapist might ________________________.
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  • take a history of psychical problems
  • analyze speech fluency
  • examine symbolism in verbal expression