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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to Freud, what do childhood memories appear to be?
(c) Emotionally unimportant.
(d) Emotionally important.
2. When does Freud argue the creative process begins for a person?
(a) In play.
(b) At birth.
(c) When they are three years old.
(d) In the womb.
3. What does our unconscious mind operate on, according to Freud?
(a) Different connections.
(b) Associations to images.
(c) Many different associatons and analogies.
(d) Many images.
4. Why might a random scene appear to be important to an individual?
(a) Because of the abstract association to one's psychology.
(b) Because of the literal association of one's psychology.
(c) It does not appear important.
(d) Because it is detrimental to the shape of us an individual's.
5. What are Henri and the person in his dream given?
Short Answer Questions
1. What happens as a result from the daydream in the daydreamer's real life?
2. Who went up to the person in Henri's dream with Henri?
3. What age does the creative process especially begin to unfold in a person, according to Freud?
4. What is the difference between night and day dreams, according to Freud?
5. Who did Henri stay at the countryside with?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Freud's goal in his psychoanalysis of Da Vinci?
2. What role do repressed sexual desires have on the uncanny?
3. Discuss the prevalence of both the enigmatic smile and presence of babies in Da Vinci's work.
4. What are screen memories?
5. What happens in Henri's adolescent memory?
6. According to Freud, how does a son respond to his parents' roles if he has a sister?
7. What does Freud compare the progress of civilization to?
8. What is the uncanny, according to Freud?
9. According to Freud, discuss the projections of one's unconscious.
10. What happens in a healthy persons fantasies?
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