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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What did Da Vinci desire that was a common desire in many dreamers?
(a) To die.
(b) To swim.
(c) To live forever.
(d) To fly.
2. 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 desires.
(c) The basis of their dreams.
(d) The basis of their unhappiness.
3. What does Freud call the process of one generation superseding another?
(b) Desire to be better.
(c) The growth of civilization.
(d) Desire to overdo.
4. What is sexual sublimation?
(a) Hidden sexual desires.
(b) Channeling strong sexual energy into the artistic output.
(c) Repressed sexual desires.
(d) Desires seen in random and odd objects.
5. What does Freud intend to do by looking at Da Vinci?
(a) Discern important facts about Italy.
(b) Disecern important facts about the Reniassance.
(c) Discern important facts about art.
(d) Discern important facts about human psychology.
6. What does the son believe if he has a sister?
(b) That his mother had an extramarital affair.
(c) That his dad hurt his mother to have his sister.
(d) That his sister is not really his sister.
7. What is Da Vinci's most notable piece of art?
(a) The Piazza.
(b) The David.
(c) The Mona Lisa.
(d) The Sisteen Chapel.
8. What animal opens up Da Vinci's mouth in his memory from when he was a baby?
(a) A pelican.
(b) A rooster.
(c) A vulture.
(d) A crane.
9. What culture believes a vulture is a symbol of one's mother?
10. What does Freud believe Da Vinci turned to, to better his art?
11. What did Da Vinci never take interest in?
12. Who kills his father and marries his mother?
(c) Oedipus's mom.
13. Who is Mut?
(a) The Egyptian Goddess.
(b) The French Goddess.
(c) The Italian Goddess.
(d) The American Goddess.
14. Who did Da Vinci have a strong identification with, like most homosexuals according to Freud?
(a) His father.
(b) His sister.
(c) His best girl friend.
(d) His mother.
15. What does the process of growth of children in the family involve, according to Freud?
(a) The desire for the child to supersede his or her parents.
(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 give.
Short Answer Questions
1. How do children tend to think of the father, according to Freud?
2. What does Freud feel Da Vinci's bizarre childhood memory really is?
3. What was Da Vinci cool to the differences between?
4. What is a child's perception of his or her parent's sexual role?
5. What images result when a child's attempts to retain the image of his or her parents?
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