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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What is Da Vinci's most notable piece of art?
(a) The David.
(b) The Mona Lisa.
(c) The Piazza.
(d) The Sisteen Chapel.

2. What is Da Vinci's most unfinished painting titled?
(a) The Mona Lisa.
(b) The Missing Lisa.
(c) The Mother Lisa.
(d) The Moaning Lisa.

3. What does Freud intend to do by looking at Da Vinci?
(a) Disecern important facts about the Reniassance.
(b) Discern important facts about art.
(c) Discern important facts about human psychology.
(d) Discern important facts about Italy.

4. What does Freud discern is very unlikely Da Vinci ever did?
(a) Read a book.
(b) Saw a movie.
(c) Slept with a woman.
(d) Ate an animal.

5. What is the family romance fantasy an attempt of the subconscious to reconcile with?
(a) The idolization and love of the parents that comes with the unwelcome, ugly truth.
(b) A desire for parental love.
(c) A missing element of one's life.
(d) A lack of love and companionship.

6. Who kills his father and marries his mother?
(a) Oedipus's mom.
(b) Oedipus.
(c) Sophecles.
(d) Thebes.

7. What does the child fantasize about in the third stage of the developmental process, according to Freud?
(a) Replacing his or her parents.
(b) Superseding his or her parents.
(c) Running away.
(d) Leaving his or her parents.

8. What was Da Vinci's nickname that Freud agrees was an appropriate name for him?
(a) The Italian Stallion.
(b) The Italian Dreamer.
(c) The Italian Lover.
(d) The Italian-Faust.

9. Who was exiled from his family as a child?
(a) Sophecles.
(b) Oedipus's mom.
(c) Thebes.
(d) Oedipus.

10. What does a tail symbolize in many cultures, like Italian?
(a) A male penis.
(b) A male's control.
(c) A male's desire.
(d) A male's thoughts.

11. How does the child view his parents, according to Freud?
(a) As the worst people.
(b) Perfect.
(c) As the greatest people.
(d) Like God.

12. What does Freud argue happens to the child in the first stage of the developmental process?
(a) The child loves everyone.
(b) The child begins to grow territorial.
(c) The child questions everything.
(d) The child feels that others are taking his or her parents away from them.

13. What does Freud argue the common man may be interested in in "Leonardo da Vinci and a Memory of his Childhood"?
(a) That Da Vinci is the greatest.
(b) The motivation of great persons.
(c) The psychology of great persons.
(d) The desires of great persons.

14. What does the first part of "Leonardo da Vinci and a Memory of his Childhood" discuss?
(a) Why he will analyze Da Vinci.
(b) The artist's eye.
(c) What the artist can do for the public.
(d) Why psychoanalysts should be interested in great thinkers like Da Vinci.

15. 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 unhappiness.
(b) The basis of their dreams.
(c) The basis of their nightmares.
(d) The basis of their desires.

Short Answer Questions

1. What culture believes a vulture is a symbol of one's mother?

2. What animal opens up Da Vinci's mouth in his memory from when he was a baby?

3. What did Da Vinci avoid eating?

4. What happens to a child's perception of their parents as a child grows mentally?

5. How do children tend to think of their mother, according to Freud?

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