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In terms of Freud's theory, a young boy handles his unacceptable sexual desire for his mother and his hostility towards his father, by means of _____ and _____. a.repression. b.denial. c.regression. d.identification. The correct answer is: 1.(b) & (c) 2.(a) & (d) 3.(a) & (c) 4.(b) & (d) 2
Mrs Van der Poel has four children and she brought each of them up in a different way. Which of her children do you think would possibly become fixated in a specific developmental stage? a.Jannie is already two years old and is still breastfed whenever he has a need for it. Jannie enjoys his mother's excessive love very much. b.His sister, Susan, was weaned at four months and is very frustrated with the situation. c.Mrs Van der Poel was relaxed with Kosie's potty training. If he had an accident, she did not fuss too much and when he did "perform" she made a big fuss of him. d.With Johan, Mrs Van der Poel believed that his potty training would be that much quicker if she made him keenly aware of his mistakes. Although she never smacked him, she teased him unmercifully if he had an accident in his nappy. The correct answer is: 1.The daughter, Susan. 2.All three boys, Jannie, Kosie and Johan. 3.Susan and Johan. 4.Jannie, Susan and Johan. 4
According to Freud's theory, resolution of the Oedipus complex entails (a) coping with castration anxiety. (b) identifying with the same-sexed parent. (c) developing a social conscience. The correct answer is: (1) All of the above (2) (a) & (b) (3) (b) & (c) (4) (b) 1
Which one of the following alternatives best expresses Freud's view with regard to the influence of environmental factors on the development of the individual? 1.Freud's viewpoint is known as psychic determinism, and this means that development is mainly determined by psychic factors within the individual. 2.Freud's viewpoint is known as biological determinism, and this means that development is mainly determined by biological factors. 3.Environmental influences play only a minor role in determining development. 4.Although the developmental stages are determined by biological factors, environmental factors determine how the individual will handle the problems of each stage. 4
According to Freud, a psychically healthy person's 1.drives are satisfied before they become uncontrollable. 2.sexual drives are successfully directed towards reproduction. 3.sexual and aggressive drives are satisfied through sublimation. 4.id drives and ego wishes are usually in harmony with one another. 3

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