Chapter 1, Introductory Material
1. How many sections of introductory material are in this book?
2. Which is not a section to the introductory material?
(d) An Autobiographical Study.
3. Who is the editor of The Freud Reader?
(a) Pete Graves.
(b) Peter Gay.
(c) Pete Gary.
(d) Gary Peters.
4. What does the editor explain about Freud in the Introduction?
(a) That he is homosexual.
(b) That he has the psychology of being an outsider.
(c) That he was an orphan.
(d) That he is from Austria and is Jewish.
5. What does Freud hate?
(b) Mental Illness.
6. What drug does Freud research?
7. What is the remainder of Freud's research in?
(b) Mental illness.
(c) Drug addiction.
8. What is a specific difficulty of Freud's research?
(a) The interference of his drug use.
(b) The illnesses of 'Dora'.
(c) He was blind.
(d) The intangibility of the subject matter.
9. What became an international organization prior to Freud's death?
(a) The Vienna Psychoanalytic Society.
(b) The Society of Mental Illness.
(c) The Venice Psychoanalytic Group.
(d) The Society of Psychoanalysis.
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