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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What sparked interest in how general the theory of wish fulfillment in dreams is?
(a) A book Freud read
(b) A walk in the park
(c) The Irma dream
(d) A sleepless night
2. Dreams which contain material of which we are not aware in our waking state are called what?
3. Freud notes that people are not ___________ enough in dreams to remember them.
4. Freud notes that the world only has __________ limited methods for dream interpretation, both of which are worthless according to him.
5. After a great ______, one should be careful.
6. Who thinks dreams with moral issues are actually the responsibility of the dreamer?
7. One of the variables of wish dreams is the way the dream is so uniquely ____________.
8. Other theories note that dreams are merely __________ functions with symbols.
9. Many people perceive their dreams are _______ or alien.
10. Dreams we forget are due to what?
(a) They are not important
(b) Too little sleep
(c) Taking the dream for granted
(d) Simple forgetfulness
11. How many types of tendencies or systems exist in every human in relation to dream content?
12. Freud does not say there is only one kind of dream as this theory would be easily _________.
(d) agreed with
13. The answer to #92, these may or may not be ___________ during waking hours.
14. ________ and dreaming run in parallel.
15. Freud's method allows for interpretation of individual dreams as they apply to __________ dreamers.
Short Answer Questions
1. Whose poetry does Freud cite as evidence of his own dream manifestations?
2. Freud says that the doctrine is not based on an interpretation of the obvious _______ of dream content.
3. What takes the place of waking actions?
4. Freud breaks down the __________ of memory with respect to dreams.
5. Freud believes other dream analysts should ask whether or not there are other types of ___________ besides wish fulfillment.
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