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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How did Da Vinci differ from other artist's?
(a) He was better than they were.
(b) He seemed uninterested in promoting his work.
(c) He made his work look genuine.
(d) He was never inspired.
2. What does Freud argue happens to the child in the first stage of the developmental process?
(a) The child questions everything.
(b) The child feels that others are taking his or her parents away from them.
(c) The child begins to grow territorial.
(d) The child loves everyone.
3. What does the image a child had of his or her parents turn into during his or her adult life?
(a) The basis of their nightmares.
(b) The basis of their unhappiness.
(c) The basis of their desires.
(d) The basis of their dreams.
4. What is a child's perception of his or her parent's sexual role?
(a) They are informed, but still do not understand.
(b) They are ignorant to it.
(c) They do not understand.
(d) They understand.
5. How did Da Vinci perceive romantic love?
(a) Too idealized.
(b) With hope.
(c) With regret.
(d) With disgust.
6. What smacks baby Da Vinci on the lips in his childhood memory?
(a) The vulture's tail.
(b) The vulture's hand.
(c) The crane's tail.
(d) The rooster's tail.
7. What did Da Vinci desire that was a common desire in many dreamers?
(a) To live forever.
(b) To fly.
(c) To die.
(d) To swim.
8. What is the family romance fantasy an attempt of the subconscious to reconcile with?
(a) A missing element of one's life.
(b) The idolization and love of the parents that comes with the unwelcome, ugly truth.
(c) A desire for parental love.
(d) A lack of love and companionship.
9. What images result when a child's attempts to retain the image of his or her parents?
(a) A fantasy version of their parents takes place.
(b) The image is distorted.
(d) A real version of their parents takes place.
10. What animal opens up Da Vinci's mouth in his memory from when he was a baby?
(a) A vulture.
(b) A rooster.
(c) A pelican.
(d) A crane.
11. What does the process of growth of children in the family involve, according to Freud?
(a) The desire for the child to give.
(b) The desire for the child to imitate his or her parents.
(c) The desire for the child to learn.
(d) The desire for the child to supersede his or her parents.
12. What does Freud intend to do by looking at Da Vinci?
(a) Discern important facts about human psychology.
(b) Discern important facts about art.
(c) Discern important facts about Italy.
(d) Disecern important facts about the Reniassance.
13. What leads to psychological disorders if not accomplished properly, according to Freud?
(a) The lack of love.
(b) The lack of reconcilation.
(c) The lack of connection to the conscious and unconscious.
(d) The lack of motivation.
14. What does the son believe if he has a sister?
(a) That his sister is not really his sister.
(b) That his dad hurt his mother to have his sister.
(c) That his mother had an extramarital affair.
15. How do children tend to think of their mother, according to Freud?
(a) That she is the most beautiful and nicest.
(b) That she is the sweetest.
(c) That she is the most fair.
(d) That she is evil.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Freud focus on in the essay "Family Romances"?
2. Who is Mut?
3. What is Da Vinci's most unfinished painting titled?
4. What does the first part of "Leonardo da Vinci and a Memory of his Childhood" discuss?
5. What did ancient cultures see the male phallus as?
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