Note: Now that the quiz is graded, both a keyed copy and a graph of the scores on the first part are available.
The first exam is in two parts:
In any case, don't waste words quoting Freud (or me). Get right to your point of view. This essay question is open-book: you may use all the materials assigned and/or linked to the syllabus in completion of this question, and you may submit your answer as email or on paper by noon on Tuesday, February 2. If you email your file, be sure that it is in Microsoft Word or text format and that its file-name is your name, e.g., "Jean Doe." Your answer must be limited to one paragraph (roughly one-half single-spaced printed page, 350 words). As an indication of what's do-able in this space, here are some interesting answers to last year's first essay question, about the "Irma" dream.
In preparing for this quiz/exam, it will probably help to look over the linked page of sample Freud questions. You will also want to consult my glossary of Freud terms and concepts, to have another look at the Web resources by Stevenson and by Spencer, to read Freud's own Encyclopedia Britannica Essay, and perhaps to attend one of the discussion/review sessions.
If you cannot attend class Monday, arrange to pick the quiz up before or after class. If you believe you will be unable to complete this exam on time, please contact me or your dean immediately.