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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How many parts is "Leonardo da Vinci and a Memory of his Childhood" divided into?
2. Who is Mut?
(a) The Italian Goddess.
(b) The American Goddess.
(c) The French Goddess.
(d) The Egyptian Goddess.
3. What does Freud suggest the psychoanalyst typically does to the person he or she is analyzing?
(a) Bring the great person down to their level.
(b) Critique them.
(c) Ignore their accomplishments.
(d) Praise them.
4. What did ancient cultures see the male phallus as?
(b) The fount of all life.
5. How do children tend to think of the father, according to Freud?
(a) That he is the strongest of men.
(b) That he is a warrior.
(c) That he is handsome.
(d) That he is a liar.
6. How did Da Vinci differ from other artist's?
(a) He made his work look genuine.
(b) He was never inspired.
(c) He seemed uninterested in promoting his work.
(d) He was better than they were.
7. How did Da Vinci perceive romantic love?
(a) With regret.
(b) With hope.
(c) Too idealized.
(d) With disgust.
8. What animal opens up Da Vinci's mouth in his memory from when he was a baby?
(a) A rooster.
(b) A vulture.
(c) A pelican.
(d) A crane.
9. What does Freud reason is really Da Vinci's memory?
(a) A fantasy of sucking on his mother's nippples.
(b) A fantasy of being loved.
(c) A fantasy of being hurt.
(d) A fantasy of being fed.
10. What culture believes a vulture is a symbol of one's mother?
11. What happens in the second stage of a child's developmental process, according to Freud?
(a) The child may fantasize that he or she was adopted.
(b) The child loves no one.
(c) The child begins to question his or her parents.
(d) The child may begin to hate his or her parents.
12. What does the child fantasize about in the third stage of the developmental process, according to Freud?
(a) Leaving his or her parents.
(b) Running away.
(c) Replacing his or her parents.
(d) Superseding his or her parents.
13. What does the first part of "Leonardo da Vinci and a Memory of his Childhood" discuss?
(a) What the artist can do for the public.
(b) Why psychoanalysts should be interested in great thinkers like Da Vinci.
(c) Why he will analyze Da Vinci.
(d) The artist's eye.
14. What does Freud associate Da Vinci's view of his father to?
(a) His view of life.
(b) His view of religion.
(c) His view of God.
(d) His view of love.
15. How do children tend to think of their mother, according to Freud?
(a) That she is evil.
(b) That she is the sweetest.
(c) That she is the most beautiful and nicest.
(d) That she is the most fair.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Freud intend to do by looking at Da Vinci?
2. What does the son believe if he has a sister?
3. What are men searching for when the admire women with long feet?
4. What happens to prevent the reconciliation of the subconscious?
5. What was the time period Da Vinci lived in like, according to Freud?
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