ACT Reading 1.3 Social Science Passage
ACT Reading 1.3 Social Science Passage. According to Freud, which of the following best describes the "double-sided" nature of dreams?
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Social Science Passage
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Freud explicitly states that he thinks the superstitious view of dreams is pretty close
to the truth. Answer (A) is incorrect. He also tells us that the interpretation of
dreams can help a psychologist connect the dots between a patient's conscious and unconscious mind.
(B) is a no-go. Freud definitely gets a jab in at his distinguished
colleagues when he says that they're overlooking the importance of dreams.
Choice (D) is the correct answer. Freud is all about dream interpretation, but he never
suggests that it's more valuable than psychoanalysis.
It's not like he rated all his techniques on a 1-10 scale and then put out a ranking sheet on them.