Multiple Choice Questions
Repression is a defence
mechanism that:
A: Directs hatred at someone else
B: Acts in a way to make a person look good
C: M...
Repression is a defence
mechanism that:
A: Directs hatred at someone else
B: Acts in a way to make a person look good
C: M...
According to Freud, information that
you are not thinking about at the
moment can be recalled easily
without help is in th...
According to Freud, information that
you are not thinking about at the
moment can be recalled easily
without help is in th...
One strength of Freud’s methods
is
A: He studied a wide range of participants
so results can be generalised
B: They can be...
One strength of Freud’s methods
is
A: He studied a wide range of participants
so results can be generalised
B: They can be...
The term ‘subjectivity’ can be
defined as being that

A: Researchers are influenced by their own
opinions
B: Researchers a...
The term ‘subjectivity’ can be
defined as being that

A: Researchers are influenced by their own
opinions
B: Researchers a...
According to Freud, the libido is a
person’s
A: The desire to find rational explanations
B: Desire for food
C: Sexual desi...
According to Freud, the libido is a
person’s
A: The desire to find rational explanations
B: Desire for food
C: Sexual desi...
Many of Freud’s patients were suffering
from a set of mental health difficulties
collectively known as neuroses; people
wi...
Many of Freud’s patients were suffering
from a set of mental health difficulties
collectively known as neuroses; people
wi...
In Freud’s theory whereabouts is
the id?
A: In the unconscious and in the
preconscious
B: Only in the unconscious

C: In t...
In Freud’s theory whereabouts is
the id?

A: In the unconscious and in the preconscious
B: Only in the unconscious

C: In ...
In Freud’s theory whereabouts is the
superego?
A: In the unconscious and in the
preconscious
B: Only in the unconscious
C:...
In Freud’s theory whereabouts is the
superego?
A: In the unconscious and in the
preconscious
B: Only in the unconscious
C:...
In Freud’s theory whereabouts is
the ego?

A: In the unconscious and in the preconscious
B: Only in the unconscious
C: In ...
In Freud’s theory whereabouts is
the ego?

A: In the unconscious and in the preconscious
B: Only in the unconscious
C: In ...
Which is the largest part of the
mind?

A: The preconscious
B: The unconscious

C: The conscious
Which is the largest part of the
mind?

A: The preconscious
B: The unconscious

C: The conscious
In Freud’s theory which words best
describe the id?

A: Demanding, impulsive, childlike, pleasureseeking
B: Rational, real...
In Freud’s theory which words best
describe the id?

A: Demanding, impulsive, childlike,
pleasure-seeking
B: Rational, rea...
Defence mechanisms are the
means by which:

A: The ego defends itself against the id and superego
becoming too powerful
B:...
Defence mechanisms are the
means by which:

A: The ego defends itself against the id and
superego becoming too powerful
B:...
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  1. 1. Multiple Choice Questions
  2. 2. Repression is a defence mechanism that: A: Directs hatred at someone else B: Acts in a way to make a person look good C: Motivates us to forget D: Expresses the opposite of what we really feel
  3. 3. Repression is a defence mechanism that: A: Directs hatred at someone else B: Acts in a way to make a person look good C: Motivates us to forget D: Expresses the opposite of what we really feel
  4. 4. According to Freud, information that you are not thinking about at the moment can be recalled easily without help is in the A: Conscious mind B: Subconscious mind C: Preconscious mind D: Unconscious mind
  5. 5. According to Freud, information that you are not thinking about at the moment can be recalled easily without help is in the A: Conscious mind B: Subconscious mind C: Preconscious mind D: Unconscious mind
  6. 6. One strength of Freud’s methods is A: He studied a wide range of participants so results can be generalised B: They can be viewed as scientific as the unconscious is measureable C: His interpretation of dreams is an objective measure D: He gathered a lot of detailed information about his participants
  7. 7. One strength of Freud’s methods is A: He studied a wide range of participants so results can be generalised B: They can be viewed as scientific as the unconscious is measureable C: His interpretation of dreams is an objective measure D: He gathered a lot of detailed information about his participants
  8. 8. The term ‘subjectivity’ can be defined as being that A: Researchers are influenced by their own opinions B: Researchers are not influenced by their own opinions C: The conclusions of a study are incorrect D: The conclusions of a study are correct
  9. 9. The term ‘subjectivity’ can be defined as being that A: Researchers are influenced by their own opinions B: Researchers are not influenced by their own opinions C: The conclusions of a study are incorrect D: The conclusions of a study are correct
  10. 10. According to Freud, the libido is a person’s A: The desire to find rational explanations B: Desire for food C: Sexual desire D: Morality
  11. 11. According to Freud, the libido is a person’s A: The desire to find rational explanations B: Desire for food C: Sexual desire D: Morality
  12. 12. Many of Freud’s patients were suffering from a set of mental health difficulties collectively known as neuroses; people with neuroses A: Are unaware of their difficulties and do not usually seek help B: Are aware of their difficulties but have no self knowledge and cannot get better through talking about their problems C: Are unaware of their difficulties but have enough insight to get better D: Are aware of their difficulties and may have enough insight into them to help them get better through talking with a therapist.
  13. 13. Many of Freud’s patients were suffering from a set of mental health difficulties collectively known as neuroses; people with neuroses A: Are unaware of their difficulties and do not usually seek help B: Are aware of their difficulties but have no self knowledge and cannot get better through talking about their problems C: Are unaware of their difficulties but have enough insight to get better D: Are aware of their difficulties and may have enough insight into them to help them get better through talking with a therapist.
  14. 14. In Freud’s theory whereabouts is the id? A: In the unconscious and in the preconscious B: Only in the unconscious C: In the conscious, preconscious and unconscious D: Only in the conscious
  15. 15. In Freud’s theory whereabouts is the id? A: In the unconscious and in the preconscious B: Only in the unconscious C: In the conscious, preconscious and unconscious D: Only in the conscious
  16. 16. In Freud’s theory whereabouts is the superego? A: In the unconscious and in the preconscious B: Only in the unconscious C: In the conscious, preconscious and unconscious D: Only in the conscious
  17. 17. In Freud’s theory whereabouts is the superego? A: In the unconscious and in the preconscious B: Only in the unconscious C: In the conscious, preconscious and unconscious D: Only in the conscious
  18. 18. In Freud’s theory whereabouts is the ego? A: In the unconscious and in the preconscious B: Only in the unconscious C: In the conscious, preconscious and unconscious D: Only in the conscious
  19. 19. In Freud’s theory whereabouts is the ego? A: In the unconscious and in the preconscious B: Only in the unconscious C: In the conscious, preconscious and unconscious D: Only in the conscious
  20. 20. Which is the largest part of the mind? A: The preconscious B: The unconscious C: The conscious
  21. 21. Which is the largest part of the mind? A: The preconscious B: The unconscious C: The conscious
  22. 22. In Freud’s theory which words best describe the id? A: Demanding, impulsive, childlike, pleasureseeking B: Rational, realistic, objective, compromising C: Moralistic, controlling D: Distant, withdrawn, aloof
  23. 23. In Freud’s theory which words best describe the id? A: Demanding, impulsive, childlike, pleasure-seeking B: Rational, realistic, objective, compromising C: Moralistic, controlling D: Distant, withdrawn, aloof
  24. 24. Defence mechanisms are the means by which: A: The ego defends itself against the id and superego becoming too powerful B: The superego ensures the id does not become too demanding C: The id makes sure its needs are not ignored by the ego and the superego D: The parts of the personality keep in touch with reality
  25. 25. Defence mechanisms are the means by which: A: The ego defends itself against the id and superego becoming too powerful B: The superego ensures the id does not become too demanding C: The id makes sure its needs are not ignored by the ego and the superego D: The parts of the personality keep in touch with reality

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