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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. What does the patient whose sister has come to Freud for help say over and over?
(a) "Never! Never!"
(b) "Hold my hand."
(c) "Nature! Nature!"
(d) "Let me be!"
2. The first category of dreams is classified as _____.
(a) Highly psychic.
(b) Devoid of intellect.
(d) Electrically charged.
3. With the rise of scientific thought, expressive mythology was transferred to _____.
4. What does Mrs. E.L. comment on in Freud's dream?
(a) His beautiful eyes.
(b) The weather.
(c) His marriage to his wife.
(d) Her finances.
5. The dream's independence of _____ is a problem in the study of dreams that Freud feels needs addressing.
Short Answer Questions
1. According to Freud, conversion of the latent thoughts into manifest thoughts _____.
2. What was the antique shawl that Freud gave one of his friends a charm against?
3. Condensation and _____ do not wholly account for the difference between dream contents and dream thoughts.
4. What does Freud say of the dream's means of expression versus those of the imagination?
5. What does Freud call the ideas encompassing the thought that dreams are worthless in their content?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the role of self-criticism in relation to morbid dread?
2. What does Freud mean by "paradox of content"?
3. How does Freud feel that the dream's means of expression compare to that of a person's imagination?
4. What tendency does Freud say have been observed in the estimation of dreams by philosophers?
5. How does Freud discover the meaning of the propyl injection in one of his dreams?
6. In Freud's dream example of the bathers, how does condensation occur?
7. What is Freud's impression of the ideas about dreams that were espoused by the medical profession of his time?
8. What is does Freud think the role of love is in the dream of Mrs. E.L.?
9. When Freud is reminded of Auer's Light by the glass hat, what conclusion does he come to?
10. Why does the five-year-old boy in one of Freud's examples dream of ascending the Dachstein?
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