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Sublimation (psychology): Quiz

  

Question 1: In psychology, sublimation is a term coined by ________ which was eventually used to describe the spirit as a reflection of the libido.
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelFriedrich NietzscheExistentialismImmanuel Kant

Question 2: Sublimation is the process of transforming libido into "socially useful" achievements, mainly ________.
ModernismPaintingAestheticsArt

Question 3: Freud considered this defense mechanism the most productive compared to the others that he identified (ie., repression, displacement, ________, reaction formation, intellectualization and projection).
DenialPassive–aggressive behaviorMinimisation (psychology)Cognitive distortion

Question 4: A dramatization of this method is depicted in an early episode of the American television series The Simpsons; in the episode "Moaning Lisa," ________, in a nihilistic desolate mood, finds solace in playing and singing the blues.
Marge SimpsonLisa SimpsonHomer SimpsonBart Simpson

Question 5: See Tibetan Buddhism, Tantra and other various Hinduist practices, such as those in the ________.
Missionary positionOral sex69 (sex position)Kama Sutra

Question 6: In ________, see the Song of Solomon, a Bible text, the lives of St.
Christian denominationBaptistChristianityEcumenism

Question 7: ________'s novel And Then There Were None features a villain whose line of work has previously permitted them to sublimate their homicidal urges.
Murder on the Orient ExpressAgatha ChristiePeril at End HouseHercule Poirot

Question 8: [1] It has its roots in the ________ & psychoanalytical approach, and is sometimes also referred to as a type of defense mechanism.
Philosophy of Friedrich NietzscheFriedrich NietzscheWill to powerInfluence and reception of Friedrich Nietzsche
















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