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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. Freud categorizes the woman's dream about the funeral as one of _____.
2. What sort of results come about after dream calculations occur?
(a) Damaging ones.
(b) Accurate ones.
(c) Plausible ones.
(d) Silly ones.
3. Dream symbolism proves indispensable in dreams that _____.
(a) Repeat themselves.
(b) Involve family members.
(c) Occur after eating too much.
(d) Occur int he morning.
4. The presentation of sexual material is often in the form of _____.
5. The acceptance of _____ is something found in dream work.
(a) Correlative creation.
(b) Acute stimulus.
(c) Social laws.
(d) Superficial associations.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is a child full of when being put to sleep by his mother?
2. What does a child want when being put to sleep by his mother?
3. Where repression exists without concealment, the dream is brought to an end by a feeling of _____.
4. What are the wishes and fantasies of waking life called?
5. How do some of Freud's secret thoughts in dreams appear to him?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the difference between internal and external stimulus?
2. Why does Freud decline to use parts of the dream about Mrs. E. L. to reveal his own repressed thoughts?
3. How is the figure of three florins, sixty-five kreuzers reached in the woman from Vienna's dream?
4. How are forgetting and suppression related?
5. What is the nature of adult dreams, according to Freud?
6. How do people compensate for not knowing the meaning of aspects of dreams?
7. What happens when the woman from the theater dream uncovers her repressed thoughts?
8. What happens to the woman the day of the dream she has about the funeral and why is this significant??
9. What type of dream that expresses a desire is invariably accompanied by a feeling of dread and why?
10. How are obscure dreams formed?
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