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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to Freud, conversion of the latent thoughts into manifest thoughts _____.
(a) Should be ignored initially.
(b) Is completely useless.
(c) Deserves close study.
(d) Has mystical implications.
2. What sort of associations does Freud say disturb our thoughts?
3. The incongruence between a dream's _____ and the feelings they engender is a problem in the study of dreams that Freud feels needs addressing.
4. Freud says that many philosophers maintain that dreams have their origin in _____.
(a) Artistic expression.
(b) Common childhood fantasies.
(c) Real spiritual excitations.
(d) Past lives.
5. In the dream of Mrs. E. L., what is given to Freud by the main character which he desired from his wife in reality?
(a) Gold coins.
(c) Undivided attention.
(d) Car keys.
6. What does Freud call the ideas encompassing the thought that dreams are worthless in their content?
(a) Accurate assumptions.
(b) Deep consequences.
(c) Derogatory judgments.
(d) Possible tenets of his philosophy.
7. What sort of trip did the three-and-a-half-year-old girl go on?
8. Which piece of writing by Scherner and Volkelt does Freud give credit to in terms of his opinion on the ideas that philosophers of his time have on dreams?
(a) "Cranial Progressions".
(b) "Frontal Lobe and Dreams".
(c) "Fascinations of the Mind".
(d) "Dream Phantasies".
9. What hero does the boy of eight dream of?
10. 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 hysterical one.
(c) A concentrated one.
(d) A blank one.
11. What does Freud call the girl that has the dream about the bed?
(a) Miss Little-Would-be-Big.
(b) Little Miss Muffet.
(c) Mary Quite Contrary.
(d) A Know-it-All.
12. What was he seeking from his wife in the incident before the dream of Mrs. E. L., in Freud's conclusion in Chapter 4?
(a) Undivided attention.
(b) Access to her dowry.
(d) A kiss.
13. Where is Freud sitting with Mrs. E.L. in his dream?
(a) Under an awning.
(b) At a table d'hote.
(c) On a sofa.
(d) On an over-sized armchair.
14. What is sitting in Freud's lap during the dream where he is riding in the carriage?
(a) A glass top hat.
(b) A ceramic cat.
(c) A green coat.
(d) A velvet rope.
15. Why did the father of the girl of six cut her trip short?
(a) Because it was late.
(b) Because she was sick.
(c) Because she was hungry.
(d) Because he was sick.
Short Answer Questions
1. The more _____ the dream is, the greater is the part to be attributed the impetus of displacement in its formation.
2. Since the downfall of mythological hypothesis in dreams, Freud writes that interpretation of the dream has been _____.
3. What is served in Freud's dream of Mrs. E.L.?
4. What does the patient whose sister has come to Freud for help say over and over?
5. Who is sitting on the bench with Freud in the dream where he is riding in a carriage?
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