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Philosophy 302: Ethics
Quiz: Jung's Theory of Types

Directions: Answer the following questions as "true" or as "false."

1. The words "introvert" and "extrovert" were first used by C.G. Jung.
True
False

2. The extroverted thinking type of personality is noted for its rich imagination and creativity.
True
False

3. The extroverted feeling thpe of personality makes social and family life possible and is noted for tact, charm, and sociability.
True
False

4. The most likely personality type of a mystic, according to Jung, is the extroverted intuitive type.
True
False

5. The saying "Still waters run deep" is most likely said about the introverted feeling type.
True
False

6. Power, action, will, are efficiency and dominant qualities of the introverted sensation type.
True
False

7. The feeling type has intuition as it most undervalued function and is noted for emotional outbursts.
True
False

8. The introverted thinking type probably has a natural aptitude for mathematics and philosophy, according to Jung.
True
False

9. Perception via the unconscious is the most probable mode of relating to future possibilities for the intuitive type of personality.
True
False

10. According to Jung, a person's basic personality type is determined and fixed for life.
True
False

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