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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is sitting in Freud's lap during the dream where he is riding in the carriage?
2. Who owes Freud a large sum of money that he relates to the dream of Mrs. E.L.?
3. Dream displacement is designated as the _____ of psychical values.
4. What is the name of the painting in the Cycle of Melusine that is a reference to Freud's dream of the bathers?
5. The injection dream reminds Freud of his first visit to _____.
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does the eight-year-old boy in one of Freud's examples dream of mythical events?
2. What sort of language is expressed in dreams?
3. How does Freud suggest that dreams are read?
4. How does Freud describe the dreamer's reaction to dreams upon waking?
5. What is the nature of Freud's relationship with Mrs. E.L.?
6. What is Freud's impression of the ideas about dreams that were espoused by the medical profession of his time?
7. What are the two meanings of the word "cost" in German and how does this affect Freud's interpretation of the dream of Mrs.E. L.?
8. When Freud is reminded of Auer's Light by the glass hat, what conclusion does he come to?
9. What does Freud mean by "paradox of content"?
10. What is latent content of dreams?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Define the role of censorship in relation to dreams. What are the two parts of the psychical apparatus involved in the construction of thoughts? Why does Freud see censorship as a borderland between these two parts? What happens to the balance of power between these parts during sleep?
Essay Topic 2
Explain the three tendencies Freud mentions in the interpretation of dreams. Who believes and espouses the different tendencies? Why?
Essay Topic 3
Explain what Freud means by a dream facade. What makes up the dream facade? How is it used in dream analysis?
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