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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The changes of __________ facilitates more than one thought.
2. Internal stimuli often stems from ___________.
(a) heart troubles
3. The displacement is carried out as ____________ of one idea for another.
(b) the discovery
4. There is another kind of displacement mentioned - the exchange of _______ content for mental content.
5. To follow up #146, the answer cannot be denied, even though the dreamer might, upon waking, deny the subject of the __________.
6. What is very common as Freud states occurs in absurd dreams?
(a) Being naked
(b) Intellectual performance
(c) Running away
7. A dreamer who recognizes he is dreaming has slipped past the _____ that transpose the dream thoughts.
8. __________ is likely linked to the nature of sleep.
9. Who is the author of the theory of the nerve-stimulus dream?
10. The bulk of dream interpretation is done on the __________ content.
11. One thought is represented and extended through the dream by way of associated imagery, much in the same way ________ does, according to Freud.
(a) a theories
(d) a book
12. The _________ of dreams cannot be denied.
13. In interpreting dreams, the elements that are uncovered must be seen as a _________ whole.
14. _______ and body stimuli are the physical sources of dreams, according to Freud.
15. Freud begins this chapter with a discussion of ___________.
(c) retroactive dreaming
(d) changing dream theories
Short Answer Questions
1. Freud says that writers neglect to include or make less important the somatic dream stimuli if they involve any ________ activity.
2. When the dream has been _______, that's when the dream can be changed.
3. What causes the dying person in the answer to #158 to actually die?
4. The response to stimuli is __________ because the dreaming brain has only brain activity with which to respond.
5. Who said dreams appear without actual or appropriate emotional value?
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