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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the difference between night and day dreams, according to Freud?
(a) Night dreams are more acceptable than day dreams.
(b) Night dreams are supreme to daydreams.
(c) Daydreams are more acceptable than night dreams.
(d) Daydreams are irrelevant.
2. What must be disguised symbolically in the form of a dream?
(a) The subconscious mind.
(b) The unconscious mind.
(c) The conscious mind.
(d) The ego's desires.
3. Why might a random scene appear to be important to an individual?
(a) Because of the literal association of one's psychology.
(b) Because of the abstract association to one's psychology.
(c) Because it is detrimental to the shape of us an individual's.
(d) It does not appear important.
4. What did Henri do with his companions to the person in his early childhood dream?
(a) Yelled at the girl.
(b) Threw dirt at the young girl.
(c) Pulled the girl's hair.
(d) Stole the girl's flowers.
5. What does Freud find to be important about one's childhood to adult memories?
(a) He finds no connection.
(b) The fact that our adult memories are literal and our childhood one's are not.
(c) The fact that our childhood memories differ in emotional power than our adult ones.
(d) The fact that our childhood memories reflect our hidden desires.
6. Where do those who suffer from unhealthy dreaming go to?
(a) A state of psychosis.
(b) No where.
(d) A mental facility.
7. What do most adult memories have, according to Freud?
(a) A strong emotional power.
(b) A detrimental emotional power.
(c) A subtle emotional power.
(d) A driving emotional power.
8. According to Freud, what is the childhood psyche substantially different from?
(a) The adult psyche.
(b) The adolescent pysche.
(c) Real life.
9. What are Henri and the person in his dream given?
10. What is the basis of Freud's essay, "Creative Writing and Daydreaming"?
(a) To understand how writing and dreaming manifested.
(b) To better understand the genesis of the creative process.
(c) To daydream.
(d) To have the opportunity to write creatively.
11. How does Freud end "Creative Writing and Daydreaming"?
12. What age does the creative process especially begin to unfold in a person, according to Freud?
(a) As a child.
(b) As a teenager.
(c) At birth.
(d) As an adult.
13. Who does the person in Henri's dream run to?
(a) No one.
(b) Her mother.
(c) Her father.
(d) Her grandmother.
14. What does stealing the flowers represent in Henri's adolescent memory?
(a) That he is incestual.
(b) His sexual excitement.
(c) His desire to deflower or seduce his cousin.
(d) His desire for freedom.
15. What happens as a result from the daydream in the daydreamer's real life?
(a) A fear of never reaching one's dreams.
(b) A fear of never having one's dream become reality.
(c) A pleasure of feeling fulfilled desires.
(d) A pleasure of living out possibilities.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the childhood period serve in a person's life, according to Freud?
2. What is banal content and emotional resonance essential to?
3. What can fantasies do for a healthy dreamer?
4. Where can the ego put the dreamer?
5. What does our unconscious mind operate on, according to Freud?
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