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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 7.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the concept of narcissism make it possible to see, in Freud's account?
(a) Neurosis as a reversion to self-love.
(b) The motivations for sadism.
(c) The need for rites of passage from adolescence into adulthood.
(d) Violence as a form of aggression toward the external world.
2. What does Freud say a neighbor tempts a man to?
(a) Taboo sexual uses.
3. How does Freud characterize the impulse behind he injunction to love thy neighbor as thyself?
4. Where does Freud say the ability to distinguish between good and evil comes from?
(a) The promise of physical pleasure.
(b) The fear of losing love.
(c) The danger of exposure to the elements.
(d) The threat of physical punishment.
5. What does Freud say his love seems to be, to him?
(a) Something he can give according to his whim.
(b) Something he needs to control and regulate.
(c) Something he is compelled to give to society.
(d) Something he needs to abide by, no matter what it demands.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Freud say we act like, when we substitute a wish-fulfillment for an unbearable aspect of the world?
2. What does Freud say he seeks in scientific work?
3. What does Freud say happens when men do not exercise their aggression?
4. How does Freud characterize religion?
5. To whom are sexual frustrations intolerable, according to Freud?
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