ACT Reading 1.6 Social Science Passage
ACT Reading 1.6 Social Science Passage. How does Freud's attitude toward dreams differ from the attitude of "the majority of medical writers"?
|ACT Reading||Comparative Relationships (Compare and Contrast)|
Social Science Passage
|English I EOC Assessment||Opinions|
|Expository Texts||Logical Connections|
|Foreign Language||Arabic Subtitled|
|Literary Texts||Themes in Different Time Periods|
|Product Type||ACT Reading|
|Reading||Author's Voice and Method|
|Reading Informational Text||Evaluate the argument and specific claims in a text|
As we've said before... Freud's whole argument is that dream interpretation can
be a useful tool in psychoanalysis. Choice (C) is wrong, wrong, wrong.
(B) is wrong for the same reason as (C). It gets Freud's stance totally backwards.
Choice (A) is the only one that gets it right.
Many of Freud's colleagues dismissed dream interpretation out of hand, but Freud argued