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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Mrs. E.L. was the daughter of a man to whom Freud _____.
(a) Sent money.
(b) Sent applications.
(c) Written query letters.
(d) Owed money.
2. Freud asks the question, can sense be made of each single dream as of other_____?
(a) Methods of survival.
(b) Mental syntheses.
(c) Types of dreaming.
(d) Functions of the body.
3. How does Freud characterize the question as to the meaning of the dream?
(a) As double-sided.
(b) As single-minded.
(c) As reproachful.
(d) As comical.
4. How does Freud characterize the bond between complicated nature of dreams and the difficulty expressing thoughts connected to the dream?
(a) As intimate.
(b) As detached.
(c) As inconclusive.
(d) As lacking motive.
5. What does Freud characterize as witty and exaggerated in association with dream work?
(d) Rhyme schemes.
Short Answer Questions
1. One medical writer characterizes dreams as a physical process that is always useless and frequently _____.
2. This type of content is gleaned from dream material after analysis?
3. Freud compares his idea of composite figures to the _____ compositions of people from the Orient.
4. What is the nature of the element that Freud decides is the most direct offspring of the principal dream thought?
5. Which medical writer does Freud quote when he speaks of the medical views of his time on the nature of dreams?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens when the woman from the theater dream uncovers her repressed thoughts?
2. Why does the eight-year-old boy in one of Freud's examples dream of mythical events?
3. What is Freud's impression of the ideas about dreams that were espoused by the medical profession of his time?
4. What types of symbols exist in dreams?
5. How does Freud describe the dreamer's reaction to dreams upon waking?
6. Why does the sick girl in one of Freud's examples dream of being too big for the bed she is sleeping in?
7. What is the nature of adult dreams, according to Freud?
8. Why do children sleep through the night?
9. What is the role of self-criticism in relation to morbid dread?
10. How does Freud discover the meaning of the propyl injection in one of his dreams?
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