Ppt on id ego superego iceberg

Unit Ten: Personality What is Personality? Definition Definition A relatively enduring set of behavioral, emotional and mental characteristics A relatively.

surface Unconscious comes to the surface Sigmund Freud Evidence for Existence of the Unconscious “Tip of the Iceberg” “Tip of the Iceberg” Freudian saying that implies we are unaware of most of what motivates us Freudian saying that /The inevitable conflict between id and superego produces anxiety. The inevitable conflict between id and superego produces anxiety. This anxiety is inherited by the ego, which uses the defense mechanisms to better manage it. This anxiety is inherited by the ego, which uses the /


Unit Ten: Personality What is Personality? Definition Definition A relatively enduring set of behavioral, emotional, and mental characteristics A relatively.

surface Unconscious comes to the surface Sigmund Freud Evidence for Existence of the Unconscious “Tip of the Iceberg” “Tip of the Iceberg” Freudian saying that implies we are unaware of most of what motivates us Freudian saying that /The inevitable conflict between id and superego produces anxiety. The inevitable conflict between id and superego produces anxiety. This anxiety is inherited by the ego, which uses the defense mechanisms to better manage it. This anxiety is inherited by the ego, which uses the /


Philosophy Theorists Freud, Adler, Maslow, Erikson.

Freud Cont… Studied a patients thoughts (Feelings, not illness) Studied Neurology Strong psychological interest Volumes of writings Psychoanalytic approach Freud Famous Work Iceberg theory 1st 6 years of childhood are the most important Nature - 100% instincts Oedipus complex ID, EGO, Superego Iceberg Theory Iceberg Cont.. According to Freud there are three levels of consciousness to the mind Conscious (small) 10% - part of the mind that holds/


Are you... Your feelings? Your thoughts? Your ideals? Psychoanalysis describes the mind in these 3 parts – who is the real you? To explain psychoanalytic.

iceberg diagram. Add labels to explain each part. 2.Why is the ego not the real you? 3.Why could a superego make you feel guilty? **If you feel guilty about something, is that just the superego talking (the voice of your parents/ teachers)? Or a truthful awareness of sin? Id, Ego, Superego How did the id/. C.There is no real “you”, no soul - you are just a mix of id, ego & superego. D.There is no God. “God” is just our superego behaving in a superior and commanding way. We look to it, so we can feel safe/


Warm Up Pick up your pot of gold off of the overhead and write a serious wish in the middle, decorate it , cut it out and hand it to me.

: information that is not conscious, but is retrievable into conscious awareness. Ex: phone number, best friend’s last name, etc. Structure of Our Personality According to Freud Id Superego Ego Conscious mind Unconscious mind To Freud, Personality is like an iceberg. Only can see very small part of it (conscious) while most of it is unseen (unconscious) Parts of Personality According to Freud 1/


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the preconscious mind; and the unconscious mind. Psychoanalysis: The Unconscious “the mind is like an iceberg - mostly hidden” Conscious Awareness small part above surface (Preconscious) Unconscious below the surface (thoughts, /Superego: partly conscious, partly unconscious. Freud: superego, id, and ego According to Freud, an individual’s feelings, thoughts, and behaviors are the result of the interaction of the id, the superego, and the ego. Freud’s Theory of Personality: The id, the ego, and the superego/


Warm Up Pick up your pot of gold off of the overhead and write a serious wish in the middle, decorate it, cut it out and hand it to me Pick up your pot.

last name, etc. Structure of Our Personality According to Freud To Freud, Personality is like an iceberg. To Freud, Personality is like an iceberg. Only can see very small part of it (conscious) while most of it is unseen (unconscious/. Ego: the largely conscious part of your personality that mediates conflict between your id and superego. 3. Ego: the largely conscious part of your personality that mediates conflict between your id and superego. Operates according to the reality principle satisfying the id’s/


Personality and The Psychoanalytic Perspective. Personality and the Four Perspectives Personality refers to your characteristic pattern of thinking, feeling,

last name, etc. Structure of Our Personality According to Freud To Freud, Personality is like an iceberg. To Freud, Personality is like an iceberg. We can only see a very small part of it (conscious) while most of it is /to Freud Ego: the largely conscious part of your personality that mediates conflict between your id and superego. Ego: the largely conscious part of your personality that mediates conflict between your id and superego. Operates according to the reality principle satisfying the id’s desires /


SIGMUND FREUD “The father of Psychoanalysis”. Sigmund Freud’s Psychoanalytic Perspective 1856-1939 “I was the only worker in a new field.” Love him or.

Bottom of iceberg: Unconscious (larger than the other two). “Underwater” The unconscious: Plays a very large role in how we function as human beings. Most of the work among the Id, Ego, and Superego happens here Personality Structure according to Freud ID-a reservoir / elements underlying the characters, themes and plots of the text? 2. What internal conflicts exist within the character? (id, ego, superego) 3. What causes the characters to act in particular ways? Or, not react… 4. Any insights into the/


Personality and The Psychoanalytic Perspective. Warm Up What is your personality? Choose at least 5 words that you think describe your personality What.

time - phone number, best friend’s last name, etc. Structure of Our Personality According to Freud Iceberg analogy Iceberg analogy Conscious v. Unconscious Conscious v. Unconscious Three parts to our psyche: Three parts to our psyche: –EgoIdSuperego Id Superego EgoConscious mind Unconscious mind Parts of Personality According to Freud Id: Id: –biggest part of unconscious –drives and instincts (biological, sexual, and aggressive) immediate gratification immediate gratification pleasure/


Personality and The Psychoanalytic Perspective. Personality and the Four Perspectives Personality refers to your characteristic pattern of thinking, feeling,

last name, etc. Structure of Our Personality According to Freud To Freud, Personality is like an iceberg. To Freud, Personality is like an iceberg. We can only see a very small part of it (conscious) while most of it is /to Freud Ego: the largely conscious part of your personality that mediates conflict between your id and superego. Ego: the largely conscious part of your personality that mediates conflict between your id and superego. Operates according to the reality principle satisfying the id’s desires /


Sigmund Freud & The Psychological Revolution. “Intentionalism” Before the Psychological Revolution Westerners generally believed that people were motivated.

5 years old Represents society’s and parent’s values and standards. Conscience – right and wrong. Moral anxiety – ever-present feeling of shame or guilt. Freud’s Iceberg Metaphor Superego Penguins Ego Freud’s Iceberg Metaphor Superego Penguins Ego Superego, Ego, & Id Id, Ego, & Superego Psychosexual Stages of Development Freud argued that the adult personality is formed by experiences from the first 5 or 6 years of life. Centers on sexual themes/


BRS 214 Introduction to Psychology Week 2/3 Dawn Stewart BSC, MPA, PHD.

on the unconscious aspects of personality. According to Freud the human mind is like an iceberg. It is mostly hidden in the unconscious. He believed that the conscious level of the mind was similar to the tip of the/ consists of that which is not in immediate awareness but is easily accessible. In 1923 Freud described his constructs of the id, ego and the superego. The id is the most primitive part of our personality. It operates according to the pleasure principle and it simply seeks immediate gratification/


DO NOW:  Tell me one thing you know about Sigmund Freud (from your reading, from personal experience, pop culture, etc.).

and defense mechanisms. EXPLORING THE UNCONSCIOUS  Objective: SWBAT discuss Freud’s view of the mind as an iceberg, and explain how he used this image to represent conscious and unconscious regions of the mind. EXPLORING THE /Freud’s view of personality structure, and discuss the interactions of the id, ego, and superego. PERSONALITY STRUCTURE  Freud proposed three interacting systems that explain human personality:  Id: contains a reservoir of unconscious psychic energy that, according to Freud,/


Personality. What is Personality? sPeople differ from each other in meaningful ways sPeople seem to show some consistency in behavior Personality is.

different levels of awareness. If you think of personality as being like an iceberg, the bulk of this psychological iceberg is represented by the irrational, impulsive id, which lies beneath the waterline of consciousness. Unlike the entirely unconscious id, the rational ego and the moralistic superego are at least partially conscious. Appealing to the Id How would Freud explain the appeal of this billboard? In Freud’s/


Personality Reading: Ch 15 Myers James Neill Centre for Applied Psychology Rm 3B32; x2536;

can be either conscious or unconscious Mind is like an iceberg: –Conscious (tip) –Pre-conscious (just below waterline) –Unconscious (bulk of iceberg below waterline) Model of Mind Personality arises from one’s efforts to resolve conflicts between 3 interacting systems of the mind: Id (Biological – aggression & pleasure- seeking) Ego (Rationality) Superego (Social) Psychodynamic Personality Structure Id, Ego, Superego Instinctual drives present at birth Seeks to satisfy basic biological/


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use introspective methods as a way to tap into internal thoughts and images Sigmund Freud used the analogy of the iceberg to depict the complex interplay of conscious and unconscious forces Freud believed that only 10% of personality is available/ viewed culture and civilization as synonymous Freud viewed culture as a source of dissatisfaction Freud suggested a role for id, ego, and superego at the societal level Cultures vary in their balance of eros and thanatos Psychodynamic Theory and Sigmund Freud Freud/


Unit 10 A Personality Development Part 1 Freud and Psychoanalytic Perspective.

he struggles with further repression and defenses. ID EGO and SuperEgo Freuds Structural and Topographical Models of Personality Structural Model - id, ego, superego Topographical Model - unconscious - conscious - preconscious - non-conscious Structural Model - Id The id doesnt care about reality, about the needs of/only aware of the very small conscious at any given time, this theory has been likened to an iceberg, where the vast majority is buried beneath the waters surface. The water, by the way, would /


Personality An individual’s characteristic pattern of thinking, feeling, and acting. Each dwarf has a distinct personality.

into conscious awareness. Model of Mind The mind is like an iceberg. It is mostly hidden, and below the surface lies the unconscious mind. The preconscious stores temporary memories. Personality Structure Personality develops as a result of our efforts to resolve conflicts between our biological impulses (id) and social restraints (superego). Id, Ego and Superego The Id unconsciously strives to satisfy basic sexual and aggressive drives, operating/


Personality Perspectives Psychoanalytic—importance of unconscious processes and childhood experiences Humanistic—importance of self and fulfillment of.

into conscious awareness. Model of Mind The mind is like an iceberg. It is mostly hidden, and below the surface lies the unconscious mind. The preconscious stores temporary memories. Personality Structure Personality develops as a result of our efforts to resolve conflicts between our biological impulses (id) and social restraints (superego). Id, Ego and Superego The Id unconsciously strives to satisfy basic sexual and aggressive drives, operating/


 Believed our personality is based on 4 “humours” or bodily fluids (blood, phlegm, cholera, black bile)

want to go to a party with my friends  Causes of behaviour can be either conscious or unconscious  Mind is like an iceberg: Conscious (tip) Pre-conscious (just below waterline) Unconscious (bulk of iceberg below waterline)  The Id, the Ego and the Superego http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6a8mwidjG8s&fe ature=related (Standard Deviants) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6a8mwidjG8s&fe ature=related/


Personality An individual’s characteristic pattern of thinking, feeling, and acting. Each dwarf has a distinct personality.

into conscious awareness. Model of Mind The mind is like an iceberg. It is mostly hidden, and below the surface lies the unconscious mind. The preconscious stores temporary memories. Personality Structure Personality develops as a result of our efforts to resolve conflicts between our biological impulses (id) and social restraints (superego). Id, Ego and Superego The Id unconsciously strives to satisfy basic sexual and aggressive drives, operating/


Personality: An individual’s characteristic patterns of thoughts, feelings, and behaviors [persisting over time and across situations] Sensitive, Reactive.

and needs, levels of Trait dimensions Psychodynamic Theories of Personality  Freud and the Psychoanalytic on:  Personality Structure: id, ego, superego  Personality Development: Psychosexual Stages  Defense Mechanisms  The Neo-Freudian, Psychodynamic theorists: from sexual to social issues/manner Freud’s Personality/Mind Iceberg Personality develops from the efforts of our ego, our rational self, to resolve tension between our id, based in biological drives, and the superego, society’s rules and /


Sigmund Freud. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) -Austrian, doctor -father of psychoanalysis One of the first psychologists to study human motivation Freud-believed.

. Sigmund Freud, the founder of psychoanalysis, compared the human mind to an iceberg. The tip above the water represents consciousness, and the vast region below the surface symbolizes the unconscious mind. Of Freud’s three basic personality structures—id, ego, and superego—only the id is totally unconscious. Personality Structure according to Freud ID-a reservoir of unconscious psychic energy constantly striving to satisfy basic drives/


Personality “She felt that those who prepared for all the emergencies of life beforehand may equip themselves at the expense of joy.” E.M. Forster “Howards.

of society Works against the Id by inflicting guilt How the iceberg works (cont.) Ego Functions on ‘reality principle’ Serves to balance the demands the Id and the Superego Assesses what is realistically possible in satisfying the Id and/or Superego (i.e., what society will deem acceptable) Ego uses defense mechanisms to protect itself Personality is result of the battle for control between id, ego & superego Defense Mechanisms Denial Denying/


Personality Chapter 13. What is Personality? A set of distinct and enduring characteristics. A set of distinct and enduring characteristics. A person’s.

drives. Operates on the pleasure principle; seeking immediate gratification. –Ego: Largely conscious “executive” part of the personality. Operates on the reality principle; seeking to satisfy the id’s impulses in realistic ways. THE MEDIATOR –Superego: Represents internalized ideals and standards. Moral compass. Strives for perfection; can manifest as pride or guilt. Freud’s Iceberg Personality Development All children pass through a series of psychosexual/


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© Prentice Hall 2007 The Psychodynamic Perspective According to Freud’s comprehensive theory, the mind consists of three separate but interacting elements: the id, the ego, and the superego. This model compares the mind to an iceberg. Just as most of an iceberg lies beneath the surface of the water, much of what is truly significant in psychodynamic theory lies below conscious awareness. Copyright © Prentice Hall/


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she held dying father with... repression? The Unconscious more to the psyche than just consciously accessible portion (iceberg analogy) unconscious: collection of unacceptable thoughts, wishes, desires, feelings, & memories (Freudian definition) modern definition/ envy = anger, regret over being female Remember, it’s all about anxiety... hedonistic id vs. conscience/superego = personality ego fears losing control experience generalized anxiety, no clear explanation why defense mechanisms: methods of reducing/


Warm-Up Describe your personality. Why do you think you are this way? OBJ: SWBAT identify and describe aspects of Freud’s structure of personality and.

of society Works against the Id by inflicting guilt How the iceberg works (cont.) Ego Functions on ‘reality principle’ Serves to balance the demands the Id and the Superego Assesses what is realistically possible in satisfying the Id and/or Superego (i.e., what society will deem acceptable) Ego uses defense mechanisms to protect itself Personality is result of the battle for control between id, ego & superego Defense Mechanisms Denial Denying/


FreudJung Adler Fromm Horney SkinnerBandura Maslow Rogers.

of the mind: Structural concepts of the mind: Id, Ego, Superego Conscious level Preconscious level Unconscious level You may recall Freud’s iceberg analogy from our study of dreams. Here is how that analogy fits into his concept of the id, ego, and superego. Id Ego Superego To discuss the id, superego and ego, we shall use as examples members of the Simpson family. Id Id Container of instinctual or biological urges. or biological urges/


The Psychodynamic Approach: The importance/influence of the unconscious on behaviour/personality; the importance of early childhood experiences on adult.

motives & Thanatos=death instinct/wish which manifests itself in aggression & destructiveness life instincts. (NB., Iceberg analogy.) Id: Sometimes referred to as pleasure principle=1 st part of personality to develop, instinctive part of /any insight about their condition, e.g., schizophrenia. Concepts from the psychodynamic approach used in psychoanalysis, such as the id, ego & superego, role of unconscious & defence mechanisms etc., are difficult to measure & investigate in a scientific way. See also /


The Psychodynamic Approach: The importance/influence of the unconscious on behaviour/personality; the importance of early childhood experiences on adult.

motives & Thanatos=death instinct/wish which manifests itself in aggression & destructiveness life instincts. (NB., Iceberg analogy.) Id: Sometimes referred to as pleasure principle=1 st part of personality to develop, instinctive part of /any insight about their condition, e.g., schizophrenia. Concepts from the psychodynamic approach used in psychoanalysis, such as the id, ego & superego, role of unconscious & defence mechanisms etc., are difficult to measure & investigate in a scientific way. See also /


Psychoanalysis Sigmund Freud ( )

://www.vixbon.com/search.php?q=sigmund+freud Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) The mind is like an iceberg. Most of it is beneath the surface. Parts of the mind According to Freud Conscious mind Thoughts/ of others Examples? The id, ego, and superego Examples? The Ego The self Organizes ways to get what we want Works out compromises with id (the reality principle) Often “referees” between id and superego Delayed gratification Examples? The id, ego, and superego Examples? The Superego Develops as we experience rules/


The story of little red ridding hood tells a tale of a little girl that get sent to deliver a basket full of goodies to her sick grandmother in hopes.

this little girl. Psychoanalytic theory of the conscious and unconscious mind is often explained using an iceberg metaphor. Conscious awareness is the tip of the iceberg, while the unconscious is represented by the ice hidden below the surface of the water./ the story and how she’s battling with her ID, Ego and Superego to fight off else urges. The mirror stage describes the formation of the Ego through the process of objectification, the Ego being the result of a conflict between ones perceived visual/


Psychoanalysis Freud

id’s desires reality principle  the ego’s capacity to delay gratification  Mediates between id and superego  Acts to avoid/reduce anxiety Freudian Personality Structure Superego:  An internal record of past punishments and rewards, eventually becomes the superego  Fully developed by age 7  Two parts: Conscience (from past punishments) Ego Ideal (from past rewards)  Produces feelings of pride, shame, and guilt  Represents “society” Iceberg/experimentally: e.g., id, ego, superego, libido  Some support/


CHAPTER 15 Personality The Psychoanalytic Perspective.

Sigmund Freud: The Unconscious Mind (Short Version) – YouTube (1 st 4-5 mins.) Sigmund Freud: The Unconscious Mind (Short Version) – YouTube The Id, Ego, and Superego – YouTube The Psychosexual Stages Personality forms in the first few years of life Psychosexual stages – the id seeks pleasure through erogenous zones  Oral (Birth – 1yr)  Anal (1yr – 3yrs.)  Phallic (3-6 yrs.)  Latency (6 – puberty)  Genital (puberty on/


Sigmund Freud Brooke Titus. Contributions Sigmund Freud was one of the most influential people of the twentieth century and his enduring legacy has influenced.

third and most significant region is the unconscious. Here lie the processes that are the real cause of most behaviour. Like an iceberg, the most important part of the mind is the part you cannot see. The unconscious mind acts as a repository, a /the other two. Inner conflict is inevitable. For example, the superego can make a person feel guilty if rules are not followed. When there is conflict between the goals of the id and superego, the ego must act as a referee and mediate this conflict. Defence /


Psychology 2301 Chapter 8 Personality

-esteem Personality theories/theorists Karen Horney 5 Factor Model Self-efficacy Free association Self-concept Ego defense mechanisms Psychological tests Id, ego, superego Unconditional pos/regard Dream analysis All terminology/theories Introduction: What Is Personality? Personality is /consciousness, such as childhood memories or your Social Security number. c. The bulk of Freud’s psychological iceberg is made up of the unconscious, which lies submerged below the waterline of the preconscious and conscious./


Module 44. Personality: an individual’s characteristic pattern of thinking, feeling, and acting. This unit is all about you! We emphasize you, the individual!

mind. Theory included psychosexual stages and defense mechanisms for dealing with anxiety. Freud thought our mind was like an iceberg with most of our thoughts hidden. Free Association: A method of exploring the unconscious in which the person relaxes/ to satisfy ourselves without feeling guilty. There were three parts of our mind involved in this battle: the id, ego, and superego. Id: Unconscious part of our mind that exists to satisfy basic sexual and aggressive drives. Exists entirely in the unconscious/


Personality An individual’s unique and relatively consistent patterns of thinking, feeling, and behaving Keywords: personality.

retrieved (childhood memories, phone number) Conscious Mind All the thoughts, feelings, and sensations that you are aware of at this particular moment represent the conscious level FREUD’S ICEBERG MODEL OF THE MIND The Psychodynamic Perspective: The Id, Ego, and Superego Psychoanalytic Divisions of the Mind Id—instinctual drives present at birth does not distinguish between reality and fantasy operates according to the pleasure principle/


Thinking About Psychology: The Science of Mind and Behavior 2e Charles T. Blair-Broeker Randal M. Ernst.

reservoir of mostly unacceptable thoughts, wishes, feelings, and memories The Mind According to Freud The Psychodynamic Perspective: The Id, Ego, and Superego Module 17: Psychodynamic and Humanistic Perspectives 90% of the Iceberg Rests Beneath the Surface of the Water. Freud believed that people were like icebergs – only allowing a bit of their personalities to be seen and hiding the rest from others. Do you, yourself/


Personality Modules 28-29 Notes. Psychodynamic Perspective on Personality Sigmund Freud proposed psychology’s first and most famous theory on personality:

iceberg Just below the water’s surface is the preconscious mind- info that is not conscious but is retrievable Deepest level is the unconscious- mostly unacceptable thoughts, wishes, feelings, and memories Freud’s View of the Mind Personality grows out of basic human contact between the various levels of the mind: Id Superego Ego/ Freud’s View of the Mind Id Present at birth Strives to satisfy basic sexual and aggressive needs Pleasure /


Psychology, what is it? A Brief History of Psychology and the goals.

Studies how the unconscious motives and conflicts determine behavior, feeling, and thoughts Believe that the conscious experience is only the tip of the iceberg The rest of the “iceberg” are basic biological urges and conflicts of social morality Id, Ego, SuperEgo Sociocultural Different that sociology Look at social status can impact behavior Study methods that would reduce racism or descrimination Cognitivism Focus on how we/


What is Personality? The distinct patterns of behavior, thoughts, and feelings that characterize a person’s adjustment to the demands of life. Historically,

the thoughts and impulses in our minds, we are only aware of the “tip of the iceberg.” Sigmund Freud (cont.) Freud hypothesized that we have several psychic structures that make up the personality and clash with one another. These structures are the Id, Ego and Superego. The “Id” The id is present at birth and represents our instinctual drives such as hunger, sex and aggression. The/


Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) Founder of psychoanalysis Proposed the first complete theory of personality A person’s thoughts and behaviors emerge from tension.

reservoir of mostly unacceptable thoughts, wishes, feelings, and memories The Mind According to Freud The Psychodynamic Perspective: The Id, Ego, and Superego Module 17: Psychodynamic and Humanistic Perspectives 90% of the Iceberg Rests Beneath the Surface of the Water. Freud believed that people were like icebergs – only allowing a bit of their personalities to be seen and hiding the rest from others. Do you, yourself/


Personality Chapter 15.

iceberg. It is mostly hidden, and below the surface lies the unconscious mind. The preconscious stores temporary memories. Personality Structure Personality develops as a result of our efforts to resolve conflicts between our biological impulses (id) and social restraints (superego). Id, Ego and Superego The Id/the dynamics of anxiety and defense mechanisms. Neo-Freudians agree with Freud: id, ego, superego anxiety, defense mechanisms shaping of personality in childhood (Psychodynamic approach)- even /


Nursing Psychology Wang Weili, Ph D, Dean. As with any scientific approach one question leads to another; if we are to explore how psychology supports.

there, exerting influence on our actions and our conscious awareness. This is where most of the work of the Id, Ego, and Superego take place. We can use the metaphor of an iceberg to help us in understanding Freuds topographical theory.  Only 10% of an iceberg is visible (conscious) whereas the other 90% is beneath the water (preconscious and unconscious).  The Preconscious is allotted approximately/


Personality Chapter 1. Psychodynamic Personality Theories Trait Theories Humanistic Theory Sociocultural Learning Theories.

of the thoughts and impulses in our minds, we are only aware of the “tip of the iceberg.” Sigmund Freud Freud hypothesized that we have several psychic structures that make up the personality and clash with one another. These structures are the Id, Ego and Superego. The “Id” The id is present at birth and represents our instinctual drives such as hunger, sex and aggression. The/


Module 44. Personality: an individual’s characteristic pattern of thinking, feeling, and acting. This unit is all about you! We emphasize you, the individual!

mind. Theory included psychosexual stages and defense mechanisms for dealing with anxiety. Freud thought our mind was like an iceberg with most of our thoughts hidden. Free Association: A method of exploring the unconscious in which the person relaxes/ to satisfy ourselves without feeling guilty. There were three parts of our mind involved in this battle: the id, ego, and superego. Id: Unconscious part of our mind that exists to satisfy basic sexual and aggressive drives. Exists entirely in the unconscious/


Psychoanalytic approach (page 42)  Development is primarily unconscious (beyond awareness) – heavily coloured by emotion.  Theorists believe that behaviour.

he couldn’t. Iceberg model  In Freud’s view, the ego must resolve conflicts between the demands of reality, the wishes of the id, and the constraints of the superego  This causes anxiety which alerts the ego to use protective / about it) Short explanation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Vs8uE8_02Ehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Vs8uE8_02E - Sigmund Freud: Id, Ego, Superego- Psychodynamic theory- Unconscious, Preconscious, Conscious  Rely on angel / devil on our shoulder  https://www.youtube.com/watch/


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