1. "Sam," the three-year-old boy discussed by Erikson, built a little domino structure with the dots facing in, suggesting a ______________________.
2. The line represents an arrow pointing downward. What Eriksonian zone ______________, mode ______________, and modality ______________ are indicated?
3. Erikson says Hitler's special appeal to his generation of Germans was based on giving political expression to the _______________________ life stage.
4. Erikson's concluding chapter ("Beyond Anxiety") emphasizes that the most fundamental problems for us as a species are due to our
_ a. fear of castration
_ b. long childhood dependence
_ c. severe cleanliness training
_ d. frustrated personal integrity
_ e. over-identification with mother
5. The "fruits of the two seasons" are ____________________ and ____________________.
_ a. apples ... oranges
_ b. getting ... making
_ c. identification ... projection
_ d. masculinity ... femininity
_ e. toys ... reasons
6. The Eriksonian "virtue" associated with the stage of Industry vs. Inferiority is _____________________.
7. Isak Borg seems to be reliving his life during the day comprising "Wild Strawberries." The sense of all life-stages being inter-related and inter-dependent reflects the favorite Erikson principle of _____________________________.
8. Borg's son Evald and his daughter-in-law Marianne are having their own crisis of the stage called _____________________________, occasioned by Marianne's pregnancy.
9. Erikson says of the ego of such "infantile schizophrenics" as Jean that it is
_ a. impotent
_ b. castrated
_ c. grandiose
_ d. miniscule
_ e. precocious
10. The lasting need of the individual to have his (sic) will reaffirmed and delineated finds adult expression in the principle of
_ a. epigenetic development
_ b. ego integrity
_ c. psychosocial modalities
_ d. law and order
_ e. democratic centralism
11. The fundamentals of technology are developed in the stage whose negative aspect is _____________________.
12. Since "young love" is as much about Identity as about Intimacy, in Erikson's terms, much of it consists of
_ a. sexual experimentation
_ b. role repudiation
_ c. psychic manipulation
_ d. prestidigitation
_ e. conversation
13. Erikson's analysis of American and German character pays respectively more attention to _____________ and to _____________.
_ a. fixation ... regression
_ b. cowboy ... Kaiser
_ c. mother ... father
_ d. conformity ... rebellion
_ e. oral generosity ... anal expulsivity
14. The typical American has, according to Erikson, learned to associate meals and bowels with ____________ and ______________.
_ a. worry ... haste
_ b. hurry ... waste
_ c. crayons ... paste
_ d. providence ... fate
_ e. love ... hate
15. The child, according to Erikson, identifies with the ____________ (psychic structure) of the parents.
16. Hitler's telling of his life story in Mein Kampf suggests to Erikson an interpretation in terms of
_ a. an anal fixation
_ b. an obsessive regression
_ c. an Oedipus complex
_ d. a castration complex
_ e. a superego projection
17. Girls' play constructions were characterized by Erikson in terms of _______ and ________.
_ a. frustration ... regression
_ b. goodness ... caution
_ c. mobility ... restraint
_ d. envy ... fear
_ e. rebellion ... anxiety
18. Erikson's patient Peter's bowel problems were an expression of his regression from and ambivalence about
_ a. industry
_ b. masculinity
_ c. masturbation
_ d. jealousy
_ e. incorporation
19. Ann's theft of his pencils seemed to Erikson to involve fantasies of restitution and appeasement concerning
_ a. her penis envy
_ b. her infantile sexuality
_ c. her relations with her mother
_ d. her ego-identification
_ e. her lost teddy-bear
20. The modality associated with the mode of intrusiveness is _______________________.
21. Give an example of an aspect of the Marine's "combat crisis" with regard to each of the three aspects Erikson says must be included in each case history: