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Psychoanalysis: Quiz (1) Which of the following is NOT Freud’s basic assumptions :. There are unconscious mental processes, Our life is determined by birth, many of our desires and memories are repressed all human behavior is motivated ultimately by sexuality.

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Psychoanalysis: Quiz (1)Which of the following is NOT Freud’s basic assumptions:

  • There are unconscious mental processes,

  • Our life is determined by birth,

  • many of our desires and memories are repressed

  • all human behavior is motivated ultimately by sexuality.


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Which of the following is not the language of Dream

  • Condensation,

  • Symbolization

  • Minimalization

  • Displacement


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Which of the following is not a clue to our unconscious?

  • Freudian slip

  • Dream

  • Parapraxes

  • Fashion


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What could be possible objections to Freud’s theory of Oedipus complex

  • His finding is confined to Victorian society, not applicable to other society,

  • He does not understand female sexuality,

  • He under-estimates the mother’s importance,

  • He mixes myth and real life.


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What are important issues in the concept of Oedipus complex? Oedipus complex

  • How to be obedient to both parents,

  • Father’s authority,

  • Our gender identity,

  • The symbolic importance of Phallus.


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Psychoanalysis: Quiz (1) Oedipus complexWhich of the following is NOT Freud’s basic assumptions:

  • There are unconscious mental processes,

  • Our life is determined by birth,

  • many of our desires and memories are repressed

  • all human behavior is motivated ultimately by sexuality.


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Which of the following is not the language of Dream Oedipus complex

  • Condensation,

  • Symbolization

  • Minimalization

  • Displacement

    (The others: consideration of representibility, and secondary revision. )


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Which of the following is not a clue to our unconscious? Oedipus complex

  • Freudian slip

  • Dream

  • Parapraxes

  • Fashion


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What could be possible objections to Freud’s theory of Oedipus complex

  • His finding is confined to Victorian society, not applicable to other society,

  • He does not understand female sexuality,

  • He under-estimates the mother’s importance,

  • He mixes myth and real life.


What are important issues in the concept of oedipus complex10 l.jpg
What are important issues in the concept of Oedipus complex? Oedipus complex

  • How to be obedient to both parents,

  • Father’s authority,

  • Our gender identity,

  • The symbolic importance of Phallus.


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