1. What is the title of the first essay of "The Uncanny"?
(a) "Creative Writing and Daydreaming."
(b) "Childhood Influences."
(c) "Creative Thinkers."
(d) "Screen Memories."
2. What does the first essay of "The Uncanny" discuss?
(a) Childhood behaviors.
(b) Childhood illnesses.
(c) Childhood memories.
(d) Childhood disorders.
3. What does the childhood period serve in a person's life, according to Freud?
(a) It is unimportant.
(b) The essential and formative period in the development of the adult psyche.
(c) It shapes us as adults.
(d) The essential and formative period in the development of the adolescent psyche.
4. According to Freud, what is the childhood psyche substantially different from?
(a) The adult psyche.
(c) Real life.
(d) The adolescent pysche.
5. At what age do dreams begin to take a narrative pattern?
(a) 6 years old.
(b) 7 years old.
(c) 8 years old.
(d) 5 years old.
6. What does Freud suggest about the memories we recall as adults about our childhood really are?
(a) They are substitutions.
(b) They are distortions.
(c) They are not memories at all.
(d) They are projections.
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