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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who is sitting on the bench with Freud in the dream where he is riding in a carriage?
(a) A former girlfirend.
(b) A former university tutor.
(c) An apothecary.
(d) His first wife.
2. What does Freud say did not accompany any aspect of the dream process in regards to his dream of Mrs. E.L.?
3. What does Freud say of the dream's means of expression versus those of the imagination?
(a) That they are continuous.
(b) That they are equal.
(c) That they are meager.
(d) That they are superior.
4. Who helps the woman out of the water in Freud's dream about the bathers?
(a) Freud's mother.
(b) Her mother.
(c) The swimming master.
(d) The owner of the bath.
5. The ego of Mr. M--- in Freud's dream is represented as a _____.
(a) Coercive element.
(b) Doer of evil.
(c) General paralytic.
(d) Constant source of pain.
6. What does Freud say that the popular view of the interpretation of dreams is grounded in?
7. The condition of the dream's _____ is a problem in the study of dreams that Freud feels needs addressing.
8. Freud says that many philosophers maintain that dreams have their origin in _____.
(a) Past lives.
(b) Common childhood fantasies.
(c) Real spiritual excitations.
(d) Artistic expression.
9. Where does Mrs. E.L. put her hand in Freud's dream?
(a) Over her face.
(b) On his head.
(c) On his knee.
(d) On his hand.
10. The third group of dreams is categorized as _____.
11. The relation of the dreamer's _____ when he is awake is a problem in the study of dreams that Freud feels needs addressing.
(a) Psychical life.
(b) State of living.
(c) Psychic awareness.
(d) Physical health.
12. The _____ are longer in the third category of dreams.
(a) Sleep deprivation times.
(b) Dream plots.
(c) Narrative commentaries.
(d) List of family characters.
13. The dream treats the "either-or" scenario as _____.
(a) Having equal rights.
(b) Being unimaginative.
(c) Being mutually exclusive.
(d) Having no importance.
14. What type of reminiscences are typical of dreams?
(a) Early childhood.
(b) Elementary school.
15. One medical writer characterizes dreams as a physical process that is always useless and frequently _____.
Short Answer Questions
1. The _____ of mixed images is often the quickest way to the interpretation of dreams.
2. The dream of Freud's own about Mrs. E.L. appears confusing and meaningless to Freud's _____.
3. What was he seeking from his wife in the incident before the dream of Mrs. E. L., in Freud's conclusion in Chapter 4?
4. What does Freud say aspects of the process of dream analysis are analogous to that of?
5. What is the nature of the element that Freud decides is the most direct offspring of the principal dream thought?
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