Which of the
following statements about Josef Breuer’s approach to the case of Anna O. is
A) He recognized that Anna’s difficulty moving
her legs was due to general paresis, so he treated her with medication.
B) Breuer believed that only psychoanalysis would
help cure the hysteria manifested by Anna.
C) He believed that the animal magnetism concept
could be effective if the patient had faith in the placebo effect.
D) Breuer believed that hypnosis could have a
beneficial effect by allowing Anna to discuss events and experiences relevant
to the disorder.
therapist is conducting an initial interview with him. The therapist spends a
lot of time asking questions about Jeffrey’s parents and his early life
experiences. Since he seems to view Jeffrey’s parents as the “root cause” of
his problems, this therapist is most likely oriented toward ____________.
37) According to
Freud’s theory, the id is
source of basic drives and of psychic energy.
of delaying gratification through its conscience.
by the superego but not by the ego.
at the conscious level of awareness.
38) Raul is a
college freshman who looks forward to weekend parties at college. He especially
likes to play “beer pong” and is known on campus as a champion player. After a
recent party, Raul received a DUI citation. Raul’s parents have urged him to
seek treatment for his “alcohol problem,” but Raul refuses. He does not believe
he has a drinking problem. In Freud’s theory, which of the following defense
mechanisms is Raul likely using?
39) During which
of the following psychosexual stages does a child experience fantasies about
the opposite-sex parent?
40) Which of the
following is a technique that Freud used for treatment?