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1 Multiple Choice 1. What was Freud s reason for practicing primarily psychiatry? a. There was a significant need for better psychiatric care in his community. b. There were limited opportunities for medical practice and research for Jewish physicians therefore he made the change to support his family. c. He preferred the practice of psychiatry over medicine. d. He wanted to develop a new way of understanding psychiatry. 2. Freud believed that neurosis was caused by. a. Sexual conflict b. Unexpressed thoughts and feelings c. Fear d. Anger 3. Who among the following did NOT break ties with Freud because of disagreement over psychological theory? a. Alfred Adler b. Joseph Breuer c. Carl Jung d. Otto Rank 4. Which of the following is NOT true about Freud s life? a. He was accused of having an affair with his wife s sister. b. He smoked sometimes 20 cigars a day resulting in mouth and jaw cancer c. He prescribed cocaine to his clients believing it was a panacea for many illnesses d. Freud committed suicide by purposefully overdosing on cocaine 5. A strict follower of Freud s theory would support which of the following ideas? a. Personalities generally become fully formed in adolescence b. That people have a strong desire to live and constantly work toward that c. As an infant, the only part of the personality that is developed is the id. d. The conscious is the largest and most dominant aspect of one s personality 6. During which psychosexual stage do children experience the Oedipal or Electra complex? a. Phallic phase b. Genital phase c. Anal phase d. Latency phase

2 7. Which psychosexual phase is considered to have the least conflict? a. Phallic phase b. Genital phase c. Oral phase d. Latency phase 8. Freud believed was at the core of all maladaptive behavior. a. Anger b. Repression c. Anxiety d. Sadness 9. Psychoanalysis typically takes. a. 10 years b. 5 years c. 1 year d. 6 months 10. Which of the following is NOT an assessment to a psychoanalyst would typically use? a. The Thematic Apperception Test b. The Draw a Person Test c. The Unconscious Urges Test d. The Rorschach 11. What is the basic task of psychodynamic therapy? a. To uncover unconscious desires b. To reduce anxiety c. To help clients see how their past influences their current lives d. To discover and resolve unresolved childhood conflict 12. On which point do Freud and ego psychologists agree? a. Therapy should be long-term and intensive b. The ego derives in energies from the id c. Personality develops from navigating sexual conflicts d. The importance of defense mechanisms 13. Who among the following was an ego psychologist? a. Carl Jung b. Heinz Kohut c. Anna Freud d. Donald Winnecott

3 14. Which of the following is NOT true of Carl Jung? a. He was accused of being a Nazi sympathizer b. He was distraught for six years after being estranged from Freud c. He spent most of his youth without friends, playing alone d. He attended seminary 15. According to Jung, why do people develop neurosis? a. Because they have denied their spiritual self b. Because they have failed to accomplish an important developmental task c. Because they are accessing the wrong archetype d. Because they have not discovered their unconscious wishes 16. A man who denies his homosexuality engages in hate crimes against homosexuals. He is using which defense mechanism? a. Reaction formation b. Intellectualization c. Projections d. Rationalization 17. Which of the following is NOT true of Erik Erikson? a. Erikson s last name had been Salomonsen and Homburger before he changed it. b. He received a medical degree from Harvard c. He was conceived as a result of an extramarital affair d. He left the University of California because he refused to sign a loyalty oath 18. During which of Erikson s stages of personality development does the need to start asserting control and power over the environment begin? a. Early childhood b. Preschool c. School age d. Adolescence 19. Which concept was not developed by Winnecott? a. The good enough mother b. Holding environment c. Transitional experience d. Self-esteem 20. According to Kohut, some children who do not get what they want engage in. a. Regression b. Depression c. Narcissistic rage d. Neurotic anxiety

4 21. What is the major contribution of the psychoanalytic school of thought? a. The unconscious b. Psychosexual stages c. Archetypes d. Defense mechanisms 22. In which culture is insight not highly valued? a. African American b. European American c. Asian American d. Latino 23. Which is NOT a criticism of psychodynamic approaches? a. It is sexist b. It takes too long c. The needed training and supervision of analysts is too extensive d. It does not offer enough insight to clients 24. How does brief psychodynamic therapy differ from other types of psychodynamic therapy? a. There is less focus on insight b. The therapist is more active and directive c. The client is only permitted to talk about the problem area d. Parents join the treatment to offer insight 25. True/ False: Freud reported having sexual feelings for his mother. 26. True/ False: Freud took cocaine to treat depression. 27. True/ False: Freud believed that with effort, individuals could recall their unconscious desires. 28. True/ False: Freud believed that no one could be a mature genital character without going through successful psychoanalysis. 29. True/ False: Freud believed despite one s intelligence or age, anyone could benefit from psychoanalysis. 30. True/ False: The latent content of the dream is what is actually happening within the dream the storyline. 31. True/ False: When speaking of Freud s theory and orientation, it is called psychoanalytic versus psychodynamic which grew from his theory.

5 32. True/ False: Object relation theory was developed from examining extended family relationships. 33. True/ False: Jung felt that people were bisexual in nature. 34. True/ False: Anna Freud was Erik Erikson s analyst. Short answer/essay 35. Short answer/essay: Describe Breuer s cathartic method and how it related to Freud s development of psychoanalysis. 36. Short answer/essay: Describe the characteristics that Freud believed a psychoanalyst should have. 37. Short answer/essay: What is the role of transference in psychoanalysis? 38. Short answer/essay: Explain Jung s concept of collective unconscious. Answer Key Multiple Choice 1. b 2. a 3. b 4. d 5. c 6. a 7. d 8. c 9. b 10. c 11. c 12. a 13. c 14. d 15. b 16. a 17. b 18. b 19. d

6 20. c 21. a 22. c 23. d 24. b 25. True 26. True 27. False 28. True 29. False 30. False 31. True 32. False 33. True 34. True Short Answer 35. In Breuer s method, the client expresses emotions through free association and talking. By discharging these negative emotions, the client feels a sense of relief. Freud used free association as one of his primary techniques in psychoanalysis and utilized talking methods of treatment instead of the conventional ones of the day such as massage and electrotherapy which were medical treatments. 36. Freud believed that the psychoanalyst should display compassionate neutrality. They should not give advice or sympathy. Typically they are viewed as detached and passive. 37. Transference helps the client distinguish fantasy from reality and the past from the present. Clients are able to see the power of their unconscious, childhood fantasies. When the therapist analyses transference, this helps the client to see how they misinterpret and relate to people in the present according to their interactions with people in the past. This helps clients to perceive reality and make choices based upon reality. 38. The collective unconscious is our prehuman evolutionary experience that is found in all people. Jung stated that it is our psychic inheritance and holds information about our experiences as human beings. Despite the fact that we are born with it, it lies in our unconscious.

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