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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 a child full of when being put to sleep by his mother?
2. The ego is mainly concerned with _____.
3. What are most people awakened by, according to Burdach?
4. At the _____ of the two psychical apparatuses exists censorship.
5. Thoughts are repressed because they cannot become _____ to the dreamer initially.
Short Essay Questions
1. What correlate is confirmed concerning the division of the procedures of the mind?
2. What type of dream that expresses a desire is invariably accompanied by a feeling of dread and why?
3. What is the difference between adults and children in terms of the knowledge of reality?
4. Why does Freud decline to use parts of the dream about Mrs. E. L. to reveal his own repressed thoughts?
5. Why do children sleep through the night?
6. What is the nature of adult dreams, according to Freud?
7. What types of symbols exist in dreams?
8. What are the foundational elements of the origin of many psychological processes, and how are they observed?
9. What happens as a result of the dreamer's lack of knowledge of symbols?
10. What happens to the woman the day of the dream she has about the funeral and why is this significant??
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 importance of symbolism in dreams. How is it used in dream interpretation? How much of a dream can be analyzed this way?
Essay Topic 3
Describe how Freud views dream calculations. What is the nature of these calculations? What examples does he use to explain this concept?
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