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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the ego abandon during sleep?
(b) Repression energy.
(c) Any sense of will.
2. What part of the content is not to be interpreted symbolically?
(d) The whole.
3. Freud calls his theory of the formation of dreams _____.
4. What is a child full of when being put to sleep by his mother?
5. What is Freud's role in the dream concerning the lady at the market?
(a) Her father.
(b) The baker.
(c) The butcher.
(d) Her husband.
6. What kind of thought can provoke the liveliest opposition in Freud?
(a) The most crass.
(b) The least favorable.
(c) The most innocuous.
(d) The oldest.
7. How does the woman who is married in the theater dream feel about having married so young?
8. What sort of element does Freud say plays a part in constructing the explanation of dream work?
9. Censorship is never absent, it is merely _____ during sleep.
(a) Off guard.
(b) Lying to a person.
10. Freud categorizes the woman's dream about the funeral as one of _____.
11. The day of the dream, the woman had taken a ticket to a/an _____ by the man she loved.
(c) Art show.
12. How do some of Freud's secret thoughts in dreams appear to him?
13. Freud says people are right saying that dreams have the ability to _____.
(a) Erase the past.
(b) Foretell the future.
(c) Obfuscate the present.
(d) Release reality.
14. Censorship commands complete _____ when a person awakens.
15. Who is dead in the woman's dream about the funeral?
(a) Her sister.
(b) Her great aunt.
(c) Her mother.
(d) Her sister's child.
Short Answer Questions
1. The ego is mainly concerned with _____.
2. What word does Freud use to describe his feelings toward the large disbursement of money he gives to his family member?
3. What is the name of the type of reasoning Freud uses to illustrate his point regarding calculations in dreams?
4. Thoughts are repressed because they cannot become _____ to the dreamer initially.
5. What other phrase does Freud use for the state of repression?
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