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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. The answer to #92, these may or may not be ___________ during waking hours.
2. What are also included in dream memory?
3. What does Freud think people believe is not responsible for creating dreams in the first place?
4. Interpreting dreams as __________ theory is not a new idea, Freud admits.
5. The dream is a significant ___________ tool.
Short Essay Questions
1. Where is the bulk of the interpretation of the dream done?
2. What is Freud's overall objective in the interpretation of dreams?
3. Dreams play no part in the creation of what?
4. What are the physical sources of dreams according to Freud?
5. What does Freud have to say when challenging the impact of external stimuli?
6. What does Freud say about the human regard for dreams?
7. What is one of the things that Freud says can threaten careful dream study?
8. With what the dream does Freud begin this section?
9. In what kind of images does the waking brain think?
10. What is the goal of the first interpretation of a dream?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Freud states that the relationship between the dreaming and the waking state is contradictory and unable to be resolved. Why does he say this? What examples of contradictory features does Freud offer? Do you agree with Freud? Why or why not? Is there a way to resolve these two states? How? Do you feel that naming these two states is necessary? Why or why not?
Essay Topic 2
Freud makes a point to say that one's morality will persist in dreams, but at the same time, dreams can include events that occur outside of one's morality. What do you think this contradiction means? What do you feel happens when dreams include immoral ideas and actions? Are these dreams a reflection of the dreamer? Why or why not? If so, what are these dreams saying about the dreamer?
Essay Topic 3
The forgetting of dreams is a big topic of debate for Freud as he seems to believe it is not that dreams cannot be remembered, but that a patient's view of dreams is what stands in the way of his memory. What evidence does Freud offer to support this theory? Does he ever seem to contradict himself in this idea? What other reasons does Freud give for the forgetting of dreams? What do you personally believe makes one forget about dreams?
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