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An individual's characteristic pattern of thinking, feeling, and acting is his or her
a) self-esteem.
b) personality.
c) reality principle.
d) hierarchy of needs.

By professional training, Freud was a
a) philosopher.
b) sociologist.
c) physician.
d) literary scholar.

Freud believed that certain troubling symptoms could be traced to painful unconscious memories. This led him to suspect that these symptoms resulted from
a) genetic defects.
b) an inferiority complex.
c) psychological processes.
d) an internal locus of control.

According to psychoanalytic theory, the part of the personality that strives for immediate gratification of basic drives is the
a) id
b) ego
c) superego
d) erogenous zones

The defense mechanism by which people disguise threatening impulses by attributing them to others is called
a) Projection
b) displacement
c) fixation
d) reaction formation

According to Freud, boys are most likely to experience the Oedipus complex during the ________ stage.
a) anal
b) phallic
c) oral
d) latency

Some psychoanalysts in Freud's era believed that girls experienced unconscious sexual desires for their father during the phallic stage. These feelings, they thought, reflected
a) self-actualization.
b) an Electra complex.
c) the spotlight effect.
d) unconditional positive regard.

According to Freud, defense mechanisms are used by the
a) id to defend against the accusations and guilt feelings produced by the superego.
b) ego to prevent threatening impulses from being consciously recognized.
c) superego to prevent expression of sexual and aggressive drives.
d) id, ego, and superego in a repetitive sequence of internal conflicts.

The defense mechanism in which selfjustifying explanations replace the real, unconscious reasons for actions is
a) projection
b) denial
c) rationalization
d) displacement

Refusing to believe or even to perceive painful realities constitutes the defense mechanism known as
a) regression
b) denial
c) displacement
d) projection

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