Psychodynamic Approach Practice Quiz

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Question 1

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Why should we study Freud?
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  • Changes in Paradigm
  • Omnipresence of Freudian concepts in everyday life e.g dreaming
  • Freud is still influential in many areas such as Literature
  • A, B, and C are all reasons to study Freud

Question 2

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In the Middle Ages, what were mentally ill patients called?
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  • Lunatics
  • Psychiatric patients
  • Strange
  • Poore

Question 3

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In the 18th Century, people believed that mental illness was caused by.....
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  • Moral Insanity
  • Genetic causes
  • Taking drugs
  • Being an atheist

Question 4

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Where does the term 'Bedlam' originate?
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  • This is an old term used to describe a mental disorder that was severe
  • Bethlem Royal Hospital
  • Berthlem Royal Hospital
  • Bedlam Hospital

Question 5

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Who would come and visit Bethlem Hospital and what would they do?
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  • Psychiatrists would come to see how they could improve conditions for the patients
  • Religious people would come and pray for the patients and give them herbal remedies that were thought to heal mental disorders
  • The patients family would come to bring them food and water if they were going to have a chance of surviving
  • Rich people would come to observe, laugh, and poke the patients with sticks

Question 6

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Who was considered the 1st Psychotherapist?
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  • Benjamin Rush
  • Franz Mesmer
  • Phillipe Pinel
  • Johann Weyer

Question 7

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Who performed techniques that influenced later developments of hypnotherapy?
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  • Franz Mesmer
  • Benjamin Rush
  • Johann Weyer
  • Aristotle

Question 8

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Who was responsible for the discontinuation of Trephination and what was this replaced with?
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  • Phillipe Pinel, detailed medical histories and conducted interviews.
  • Benjamin Rush, used the Tranquilizer chair instead.
  • Johann Weyer
  • All three of the above worked together to stop Trephination

Question 9

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Who introduced the Tranquilizer chair?
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  • Johann Weyer
  • Freud
  • Benjamin Rush
  • Phillipe Pinel

Question 10

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In the Mid 19th Century, humane approaches were sought and physical punishment of patients banned in an attempt to study mental illness scientifically and compassionately.
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  • True
  • False

Question 11

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In the late 1800s, Syphilis was found to be a biological cause of 'insanity'
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  • True
  • False

Question 12

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What were the issues with the medical model?
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  • It is too simplistic to account for all mental disorders.
  • Many mental disorders don't have a biological cause.
  • None of the above
  • All of the above

Question 13

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What was developed as a result of the issues with the medical model?
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  • Eugenics
  • Psychological models
  • Both A and B
  • The DSM

Question 14

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Who coined the term 'Eugenics'?
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  • Francis Galton
  • Freud
  • Darwin
  • A and C developed it together

Question 15

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Freud believed that personality arises in an attempt to resolve conflicts between unconscious impulses and societal demands.
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  • True
  • False

Question 16

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Freud believed in the life and death drives. These are equivalent to..
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  • Sexual and Aggressive drives
  • Love and Fear drives
  • Anxiety and fear of death drives
  • A and B

Question 17

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What are parapraxes ?
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  • Freudian slip
  • Repression of anxiety inducing memories
  • Oedipus or Electra Complex
  • All of the above come under the umbrella term 'paraprax'

Question 18

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What does Fixation mean and what is the consequence of it on personality?
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  • Failed to progress through all 5 psycho-sexual stages and as a result is stuck in one stage. This impacts adult personality.
  • Stuck in one psycho-sexual stage. It only impacts childhood as the adult learns how to cope with the fixation as they grow up.
  • This is a tendency to become obsessive over certain things in your life
  • Your psyche becomes imbalanced and fixates on the id, ego, or superego. This can make it very difficult to adjust to adult life when issues arise.

Question 19

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How can unconscious complexes become conscious?
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  • They are transformed in such a way that the original content is concealed, for example in a dream through symbols.
  • If the individual thinks really hard they can slowly have access to unconscious material in their minds.
  • A psychoanalyst must ensure that you progress through all of the psychosexual stages before any unconscious material can be uncovered.
  • It is impossible to get unconscious material to become conscious in any form.

Question 20

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What was Freud's inital interests?
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  • Somatoform disorders e.g hysteria
  • Repression
  • The Psychosexual stages in childhood
  • All three of the above

Question 21

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Who said that Freud presented facts 'in the manner of myths' ?
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  • Karl Popper
  • Jung
  • Skinner
  • Horney

Question 22

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The Seduction Hypothesis was Freud's belief that all mental disorders are caused by sexual abuse in childhood which are repressed by the individual.
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  • True
  • False

Question 23

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How did Freud change his mind about his original theory ?
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  • He did extensive research and found evidence that his original theory was not accurate.
  • He had an incestuous dream about his mother and concluded that women who said they were abused by their fathers were just engaging in fantasy.
  • Freud and Jung found that many of the women they conducted interviews with had not been abused but still had a mental illness.
  • A and C
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