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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is a specific difficulty of Freud's research?
(a) The intangibility of the subject matter.
(b) The interference of his drug use.
(c) The illnesses of 'Dora'.
(d) He was blind.
2. What term is also defined by one or more symptoms in "The Theory of Sexuality"?
3. What does Freud find as the cause of most neuroses?
(a) Fears caused by actual events.
(b) Fears of the unknown.
(c) Experiencing a death.
(d) Misconception of facts.
4. What happens in the pre-pubescent period of child development?
(a) A child develops a sexual drive.
(b) The child forgets his love for a relative.
(c) A child questions sexuality consciously.
(d) A child develops a sexual preference.
5. How does Freud view the woman's complaint about her therapist's advice?
(a) The therapist was entirely correct.
(b) The patient was not allowing the treatment to take full effect.
(c) The therapist is careless with the patient's feelings.
(d) Their is a distortion between what the therapist said and how it was taken by the patient.
6. What does Freud reiterate is the first rule of psycho-analysis?
(a) To undergo hypnosis.
(b) For the therapist to listen to the patient.
(c) To speak freely.
(d) To trust one's therapist.
7. How many sections of introductory material are in this book?
8. What does Freud's term "wild" mean?
(a) Desire for one's opposite innate reasoning.
(c) Mild to moderate hallucinations.
(d) Experiences that occur with an inexperienced therapist.
9. What does the "Inversion, absolute, amphigenic and contingent" section address?
(a) Absolute sexuality with no deviations of sexual preference.
(b) True homosexuality.
(c) Mixed gender sexuality preference.
(d) Predominant heterosexuals will typically manifest some homosexual leanings.
10. What drug does Freud research?
11. What does Freud say about children that are twelve years old in "The Theory of Sexuality"?
(a) They understand gender differences.
(b) They begin to notice sexual desires.
(c) Most lose their desire to marry their parents.
(d) They grow out of their candy phase.
12. What reason is given for using the name Dora?
(a) It is an acronym.
(b) It rhymes with the real patients name.
(c) It is a false female patients name.
(d) She is an explorer.
13. What is 'Dora's' problem?
(a) She is a hysteric.
(b) She has an eating disorder.
(c) She is a neurotic.
(d) Her treatment is negatively affecting her home life.
14. What does Freud say about repressed material in relation to the patient?
(a) It is best to ignore it.
(b) It is best to let the patient get near it.
(c) It is best to address it.
(d) It is best for the therapist to see it first.
15. What characteristics does Freud's mentor have?
(a) He is handsome.
(b) He is soft spoken and easy to get along with.
(c) He has an instinct for diagnosis.
(d) He is attentive and a good listener.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the Final Paper focus on in the Chapter "Character and Anal Eroticism"?
2. What is one of the terms introduced that is one or a bundle of behavioral symptoms that shows something is 'wrong'?
3. What does "The Sexual Aberrations" section address?
4. What does the editor say about the patient's healing in "The Making of Psychoanalysis"?
5. What does Freud not address concerning heredity and sexuality in "The Theory of Sexuality"?
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