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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What sort of associations does Freud say disturb our thoughts?
2. The first dream thoughts which are unraveled by analysis are striking because of their _____.
(a) Predictable plot.
(b) Dependence on action.
(c) Unusual wording.
(d) Depnedence on color.
3. What does Freud call the ideas encompassing the thought that dreams are worthless in their content?
(a) Deep consequences.
(b) Possible tenets of his philosophy.
(c) Accurate assumptions.
(d) Derogatory judgments.
4. What does the doctor assure a patient he is working with that is not a possible state of mind to be in?
(a) A misplaced on.
(b) A concentrated one.
(c) A blank one.
(d) A hysterical one.
5. What is the name of the new investigative tool that Freud uses to interpret dreams?
(b) The scientific method.
(d) Shock therapy.
6. What does Freud say impairs a patient's ability to impart ideas about his obsessions?
(a) Sleep deprivation.
7. What does Freud say did not accompany any aspect of the dream process in regards to his dream of Mrs. E.L.?
8. Condensation and _____ do not wholly account for the difference between dream contents and dream thoughts.
9. What is served in Freud's dream of Mrs. E.L.?
(a) Pancakes and confit.
(b) Squash blossoms.
10. The thought that Freud has never had anything for nothing is _____ to Freud.
(a) A source of pride.
11. What elements of the brain does Freud feel the medical writers narrowly attribute the nature of dreams to?
12. How does Freud characterize the question as to the meaning of the dream?
(a) As single-minded.
(b) As double-sided.
(c) As reproachful.
(d) As comical.
13. What was painted on the antique shawl Freud gave to one of his friends?
14. The chief idea of the dream of Mrs. E. L. is the desire to enjoy a love that is _____.
(a) Highly communicative.
15. Who owes Freud a large sum of money that he relates to the dream of Mrs. E.L.?
(a) A family member.
(b) A clergy member.
(c) A colleague.
(d) An ex-girlfriend.
Short Answer Questions
1. The second group of dreams poses the problem of being unable to reconcile their meaning with _____.
2. How does Freud say that dreams were regarded by pre-scientific people upon wakening in terms of manifestation of higher powers?
3. Where does Freud say that medical writers attribute accidental occurrences that influence dreams come from?
4. What sort of health resort was Freud at with his wife before the dream of Mrs. E. L.?
5. The first category of dreams is classified as _____.
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