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

one thing, while SOCIETY tells you to do something else. 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. The mind is like an iceberg, it/


Psychoanalytic Theory An Introduction. I NTRODUCTION TO P SYCHOANALYTIC T HEORY Sigmund Freud is the author of the structural model of personality. each.

Sigmund Freud is the author of the structural model of personality. each person’s personality is formed of three parts: Id — part of the personality that contains our primitive impulses—such as thirst, anger, hunger— and the desire for instant gratification or release. Superego/the actions of literary characters using the three personality structures that Freud identified. As critics explore the ego, superego, and id of characters in a work, they focus on the ways that these parts of the characters’ /


Psychodynamic Approach Associated with Sigmund Freud.

Approach Freud (1856-1939) Sigmund Freud…. associated with Unconscious Mind/Id: Instincts Pleasure principle Superego: Conscience Morality Ego: Conscious Reality principle Personality Development Freud believed that the id, ego and super ego were separate and conflicting forces, They need to be balanced for good mental health and normal behaviour Personality Id Ego Super Ego Development of the ID, EGO and SUPEREGO At birth, personality is ruled by ID (pleasure principle) Early childhood (~1yr), EGO/


Sigmund Freud 1856-1939 1856-1939 one of the most creative periods in history of science one of the most creative periods in history of science 1859 --

Sigmund Freud 1856-1939 1856-1939 one of the most /SuperEgo controls those impulses whose uncontrolled expression would endanger stability of society. SuperEgo controls those impulses whose uncontrolled expression would endanger stability of society. Organization of Personality Id --- is the product of evolution & biology Id --- is the product of evolution & biology Ego --- interaction with environment & Cognition Ego --- interaction with environment & Cognition SuperEgo --- product of socialization SuperEgo/


Who Are You? A study in Human Personality. In this Chapter we will discuss… Sigmund Freud – the basic structure of the psyche – his psychosexual theory.

Who Are You? A study in Human Personality In this Chapter we will discuss… Sigmund Freud – the basic structure of the psyche – his psychosexual theory of development – his teachings on the / conscious, preconscious, and unconscious memories help make you unique, giving you that special little personality that everyone, well at least your mother loves. ID, Ego, and Superego Our personalities represent a drama of sorts, acted out in our minds. “ You “ are a product of how competing mental forces and structures/


Richard Craig, Ph.D. Slide 1 Sigmund Freud Psychoanalytic Theory.

Richard Craig, Ph.D. Slide 1 Sigmund Freud Psychoanalytic Theory Richard Craig, Ph.D. Slide 2 Freud Born 1856; died 1939 Graduated University of Vienna Medical/ – not directly accessable to awareness Richard Craig, Ph.D. Slide 8 Structure of the personality Personality is comprised of three components or systems –IdEgoSuperego The Id Latin for “it” Original system of the personality present at birth Contains inherited, instinctual and primitive aspects Entirely unconscious Source of psychic energy No /


Sigmund Freud’s Theory of Personality Notes for ISU.

View Sigmund Freud is known as the father of psychology and the creator of psychotherapy (or psychoanalysis). Freud studied his patients’ dreams closely. He realized that our actions are results of hidden (or unconscious) desires. The unconscious is a repository of memories, fears, hopes, etc. Freud’s Tripartite View of Personality The personality consists of the interaction between three parts: – idegosuperego The/


William James, Sigmund Freud and the Birth of Modern Psychology Turn-of-the-Century Influences on American Literature.

or auricular feeling that is primary”(James).  This is why we like the arts -- paintings, songs, movies, books, poems, etc. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939)  Austrian neurologist  initially studied sexual anatomy of eels. (oh…um, okay)  started his career as a /may not be right for a given situation (aka The Party Pooper) My ego’s more super than your ego!  EGO = the rational mind; acts as a mediator between ID and SUPEREGO; attempts to strike a balance The Great Repression  When forbidden desires conflict/


SIGMUND FREUD Born: May 6, 1856 Died: Sept. 23, 1939.

SIGMUND FREUD Born: May 6, 1856 Died: Sept. 23, 1939 Early Life Born in Moravia, Czechoslovakia to a young / THE MORAL GUARDIAN  Parental and Societal Standards  Guides the ego  Compares ego to the EGO IDEAL ID SUPEREGO Ideally, the ID, EGO, and SUPEREGO work in frickin’ harmony to satisfy the demands of the ID in a reasonable, moral manner DOMINANT ID… Uncontrolled instincts Danger to society DOMINANT SUPEREGO Overly critical Obsessive (OCD) Compare these Personalities KIM KARDASHIAN MOTHER THERESA/


Psychoanalysis Sigmund Freud. Psychoanalysis  Theory developed by Sigmund Freud to explain human mind and behaviour.  Main methods: –Case studies –Free.

Psychoanalysis  Theory developed by Sigmund Freud to explain human mind and behaviour.  Main methods: –Case studies –Free association –Dream analysis Assumptions / personality (psyche)includes the following: –Id: contains basic instincts (life/death) –Ego: compromise/deals with reality –Superego: conscience Healthy Psyche IdSuperego Ego OK Guys – I’m in charge. Anything you want has to go through me. OK. www.psychlotron.org.uk Unconscious Conflict  The id, ego & superego are in conflict as each tries to/


Freud and Psychoanalytic Theory. Sigmund Freud 6 May 1856 – 23 September 1939 According to biographer Ernest Jones, "Freuds Jewishness contributed greatly.

Freud and Psychoanalytic Theory Sigmund Freud 6 May 1856 – 23 September 1939 According to biographer Ernest Jones, "Freuds Jewishness contributed greatly to/theory of motivation A theory of thinking (which includes dreaming, etc.) A theory of personality development (psychosexual theory) A theory of mental structures (id, ego, superego) A theory of psychopathology and symptom formation A theory of psychotherapy Two Fundamental Hypotheses 1. Principle of psychic determinism Nothing in nature happens by chance/


A / AS Psychology.. Key Studies

third part of the human personality to develop THE SUPEREGO (the moral part) 3 - 5 years Driven by the anxiety principle The tripartite structure of personality The psychic apparatus ID>>>neurotic>EGO >> EGO <<< SUPEREGO DEVELOP DURING THE FIVE psychosexual stages of development The FIVE/No long term effects” Hans said when he read the case study “it came as something from the unknown” Sigmund Freud The Case study of Little Hans List three ways in which people show unconscious wishes in their behaviour How/


Sigmund Freud The Psychoanalytic Approach. Background  Began as a physician  In seeing patients, began to formulate basis for later theory Sexual conflicts.

Sigmund Freud The Psychoanalytic Approach Background  Began as a physician  In seeing patients, began to formulate basis for later / in the real world Reality: Fear of tangible dangers in the real world Neurotic: Conflict b/t id and ego Neurotic: Conflict b/t id and ego Moral: Conflict b/t id and superego Moral: Conflict b/t id and superego Defense Mechanisms  Function: Used by ego to defend against anxiety  Involves distortion of reality  Operate unconsciously Defense Mechanisms  Repression  Denial /


SIGMUND FREUD PowerPoint Presentation by Bettyann Zevallos The majority of the information found on this slide show is taken from our classroom textbook.

to Freud, mediates the demands of the id, superego, and reality. The ego operates on the reality principle, satisfying the id’s desires in ways that will realistically bring pleasure rather than pain. Superego-represents internalized ideals and provides standards for / as they appear in the PowerPoint presentation. Myers, David, G. “Psychology.” 2004. Worth Publishers. Halberstadt, Max. “Sigmund Freud.” 1921. Freud Conflict and Culture http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/Freud/images/vc008467.jpg] (June 18, 2004). /


Sigmund Freud on Personality Some rules: –No judging or evaluating until all theories are presented –Consider the man and his theories in their historical.

Sigmund Freud on Personality Some rules: –No judging or evaluating until all theories are presented –Consider the man and his theories in their /and cultural values –Introduces a conscience –Operates largely in the unconscious Structures of the Mind, contd. The Id says: “Do it now!”  The Superego says: “Never do it!” o The Ego tries to mediate. o The Ego serves 3 masters: Id, Superego, Reality Levels of Consciousness Conscious Preconscious Unconscious –“Freudian slips” –“Slips of the tongue” A made-up /


Psychodynamic Approach Associated with Sigmund Freud.

Saw the importance of sex Saw the importance of childhood Created the first talking therapy Sigmund Freud…. associated with Unconscious Mind Freudian Slips Dreams Psychological defence mechanisms The structure of / displeasure. EGO: Contacts with the external world. Functions to satisfy ID’s needs. Reality Principle. SUPEREGO: Contains the ego-ideal which is a set of moral standards, it is the conscience which punishes bad behaviours and leads to guilt and anxiety Personality Id Ego Super Ego Can you/


Sigmund Freud Freud formulated one of the most comprehensive theories of human personality ever created. What is Personality? Basically, personality is.

Sigmund Freud Freud formulated one of the most comprehensive theories of human personality ever created. What is Personality? Basically, personality is the /and other members of society criticize or teach them. 3) The ego – reality. The balance between the id and the superego. The ego takes the desires of the id, filters them through the superego, and comes up with an action that satisfies both entities. The ego realizes that the id must be satisfied, but that there are certain socially acceptable ways/


Psychological Aspects of Lord of the Flies Sigmund Freud’s Basic Elements of Personality ID EGO SUPEREGO.

Psychological Aspects of Lord of the Flies Sigmund Freud’s Basic Elements of Personality ID EGO SUPEREGO ID Dominated by the PLEASURE PRINCIPLE Demands immediate gratification of desires regardless of undesirable effects Equated with the unconscious (“Id”) EGO Dominated by the REALITY PRINCIPLE Evolves from id Suppresses inappropriate desires (“Ego”) SUPEREGO Dominated by morality, spirituality, ethical principle Serves as the censor on the ego’s functions Comprises the ideals derived from the/


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

Personality Modules 28-29 Notes Psychodynamic Perspective on Personality Sigmund Freud proposed psychology’s first and most famous theory on personality: Personality- a person’s characteristic thoughts and / 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 principle- demands instant gratification Freud’s View of the Mind/


Sigmund Freud. State Standards Standard 5.0 Standard 5.0 identify people who are part of the history of psychology. identify people who are part of.

Sigmund Freud State Standards Standard 5.0 Standard 5.0 identify people who are part of the history of psychology. identify people / large unconscious. Freud was the first to suggest that everyone has a large unconscious. He identified 3 parts of the personality: Id, Ego, Superego. He identified 3 parts of the personality: Id, Ego, Superego. Id The reservoir of instinctual The reservoir of instinctual and biological urges and biological urges Operates on “pleasure principle.” Operates on “pleasure principle/


SIGMUND FREUD: SOCIALIZATION as PSYCHOSEXUAL DEVELOPMENT.

SIGMUND FREUD: SOCIALIZATION as PSYCHOSEXUAL DEVELOPMENT  How does Freud explain socialization and self development?  Through a process of psychosexual /as adults  STRUCTURE of the PSYCHE  Freud’s concept of psyche includes three aspects or elements: id/ego/superego  The “id” is the natural/biological side of the psyche  The id is unconscious  The id is primitive, irrational  The id operates on the ”pleasure principle”  seeking instant gratification of the actor’s needs  Especially pleasure /


Sigmund Freud By:Cori, Brianna, Chelsea, Rebecca, Beverly.

His Life Born May 6 1856 Original Name was Sigismund Freud, but at age 22 he changed it To just Sigmund. Born in the city of Freiberg in the Czech Republic 1865-Admitted into the Gymnasium(a secondary School in Vienna/ His lifetime! Freud’s House and now a Museum Major Theories/Concepts Stages of Development or Psychosexual Development Theory of Dreams Id, Ego, Superego Defense Mechanisms Stages of Development or Psychosexual Development 1 st Stage~Oral Stage: Birth-2 years old. -explore world by using/


Desire, dream, the Unconscious: Sigmund Freud by Mariam Uzunyan.

Desire, dream, the Unconscious: Sigmund Freud by Mariam Uzunyan Introduction Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) was an Austrian neurologist, physiologist, psychologist, and writer. However, Freud’s /represents the 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. Theories of Dreaming Freud called dreams the “royal road to the unconscious”. According to Freud, dreams always have/


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

Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) Founder of psychoanalysis Proposed the first complete theory of personality A person’s thoughts and behaviors emerge from tension/Mind Region of the mind that is a 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/


3 Structures of Personality Freud’s Psychoanalysis Theory Id Ego Super ego.

-ridden or self-righteous How it all works We get impulses from the id The ego works to satisfy them The super ego approves or disapproves The ego must satisfy the id without offending the moral guidelines of the superego How can the ego handle it? To help the ego do this, the unconscious mind uses ego defense mechanisms Methods of behavior and thoughts which help protect the idealized/


Psychoanalytic Theory of Personality Sigmund Freud Levels of Awareness Components of Personality Defense mechanisms Psychosexual stages Criticisms and.

Levels of Awareness Components of Personality Defense mechanisms Psychosexual stages Criticisms and take home message Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) Jewish background, though avowed atheist Lived in Vienna until Nazi occupation/accessible at all Processes that actively keep these thoughts from awareness Freudian Components of Personality The Id The Ego The Superego Id Resides completely at the unconscious level Acts under the pleasure principle –immediate gratification, not willing to compromise –Generates all of /


Psychoanalysis Chapter 13. Freud’s place in history “Psychoanalysis” and “Sigmund Freud”: known all over world Cover of Time magazine: 4 times, once 60.

weave the threads of ideas and trends into a tapestry of a coherent system Antecedent influences on psychoanalysis Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) Much of his theory is autobiographical Father 20 years older than mother Mother Oedipus complex/more unconvincing studies of the 1930s and 1940s Overall results: Some concepts difficult to test experimentally: e.g., id, ego, superego, libido Some support for: Aspects of oral and anal personality Castration anxiety Relationship between dreams and emotional processes /


A Freudian Perspective

meaning-vast underlying Unconscious can manifest itself symbolically in a dream Structure of the Mind Id – Pleasure Seeking Ego – Reality Focused Superego – Conscience over the Ego and Id ID basic psychic energy and motivations Operates to demands of Pleasure Principle-strive to satisfy desires / Procedural: Memory for how to do the task Declarative: Memory for facts about a task or event Dr Sigmund Freud 1856-1939 Oldest of eight children Married with 3 girls and 3 boys Jewish-anti-religion-All religion an/


The Psychodynamic Theory Of Abnormality Sigmund Freud.

The Psychodynamic Theory Of Abnormality Sigmund Freud Basic Assumptions All adult personality and thus abnormalities are a result of childhood experiences Adult personality is largely /mechanism Over-use of the defence mechanisms can lead to psychological disorder But if the ego fails to provide a balance between the id and the superego, then abnormalities can occur if one or the other become dominant A dominant ID can lead to.. MURDER RAPE Personality disorder A dominant supergo can lead to.. Obsessive/


Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) Structure of the Mind. Founder of psychology Developed the theory and method of psychoanalysis which came about from his assumption.

Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) Structure of the Mind Founder of psychology Developed the theory and method of psychoanalysis which came about from his assumption/ Freudian theory Structure of the Mind Freud came to see personality as having 3 aspects: The ID, the Ego, and the Superego All work together to produce all our complex behaviours ID= Drives… “I want” Ego= Reason… “I think” Superego= Duties… “I Should” ID (Devil on you shoulder) 2 drives- sex and aggression Responsible for the irrational and emotional /


Psychoanalytic Theory By. General Overview The psychoanalytic theory, developed by Sigmund Freud, states that there are inner forces outside of your awareness.

theory, developed by Sigmund Freud, states that there are inner forces outside of your awareness that are directing your behavior. Freud’s main theory is that the human mind is duel in nature. The irrational, unconscious part of the mind is called the id. It controls your /, and conscious part of the mind. It keeps the id’s impulses in check. In terms of hunger, the ego would override the id and find an edible object, like a piece of candy, to eat. The superego is the term for the part of the mind that /


Psychoanalytic Approach  Developed by Sigmund Freud  Psychoanalysis is both an approach to therapy and a theory of personality  Emphasizes unconscious.

Sigmund Freud  Psychoanalysis is both an approach to therapy and a theory of personality  Emphasizes unconscious motivation - the main causes of behavior lie buried in the unconscious mind  Sex was such a taboo that it may have caused Freud to become fixated on the subject and leading him to make it the root cause of neurosis Psychoanalytic Approach Ego/ Rational, planful, mediating dimension of personality Id Irrational, illogical, impulsive dimension of personality Superego Moralistic,/


The concepts of psychology. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) Background Background One of eight Oldest of Mother Mother’s “Pet” Wanted to be a teacher-but was.

The concepts of psychology Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) Background Background One of eight Oldest of Mother Mother’s “Pet” Wanted to be a teacher-but was Jewish Thus, went into private practice Freud’s Psychoanalysis: The structure of personality 1. Id - Unconscious 2. Ego - unconscious, preconscious, conscious conscious 3. Superego - unconscious, preconscious, conscious chapter 2 Freud’s Psychoanalysis: The ID Operates according to the pleasure principle/


Structure of the Mind, Child Development & Love:

Structure of the Mind, Child Development & Love: Sigmund Freud Section II: Psychoanalytic Approaches to Self & Literature (covered in our course) Structure of/for college students (who are couples)? Have you experienced Oedipus/Electra complex and/or castration fear? Key Words Sexuality, libido, pleasure principle id, ego, superego, Reality principle, Repression and sublimation child development: Erotogenic zones, oral, anal and genital phases; Oedipus/Electra complex, castration fear Freudian Psychoanalysis/


Psychoanalytical Approach to Analyzing Literature a.k.a. “Finding Sigmund Freud Wherever you Look”

Psychoanalytical Approach to Analyzing Literature a.k.a. “Finding Sigmund Freud Wherever you Look” Interpretation of Dreams: 1900 In the following pages, I shall demonstrate that there is a psychological technique/to internalize the harsh lessons of their parents – “don’t do this,” “don’t do that.” Those internalized voices become the SUPEREGO – the force that keeps our IDs in check and our EGOs happy. So Why are We Studying this in English Class? Symbols. Remember the Mirror Stage? We are hard- wired to see/


A. Sigmund Freud: Psycho-Analytical Approach B. Jean Piaget: Cognitive Development.

Sigmund Freud: Psycho-Analytical Approach B. Jean Piaget: Cognitive Development  Human development occurs in three stages:  THE ID-THE EGO-THE SUPEREGO Includes all of the individuals basic biological needs that demand immediate gratification. (I really want that car) The rational, reality-oriented component of the personality. Imposes restrictions on the pleasure seeking drives of the id/moral of the larger society.  The ID, EGO, and SUPEREGO The ID, EGO, and SUPEREGO  Believed that children learn in 4 /


Psychodynamic Theory Sigmund Freud. The Psychoanalytic Perspective  Unconscious  according to Freud, a reservoir of mostly unacceptable thoughts, wishes,

part of personality that presents internalized ideals  provides standards for judgement (the conscience) and for future aspirations Personality Structure  Ego  the largely conscious, “executive” part of personality  mediates among the demands of the id, superego, and reality  operates on the reality principle, satisfying the id’s desires in ways that will realistically bring pleasure rather than pain Personality Structure  Freud’s idea of the/


Lecture Sigmund Freud (1856 - 1939). Meanings of PA zTheory of personality zTheory of the mind zMethod for analyzing psychological processes zTherapy.

Lecture Sigmund Freud (1856 - 1939) Meanings of PA zTheory of personality zTheory of the mind zMethod for analyzing psychological/ to avoid neurological technicalities by expressing his metapsychology in completely psychological terms. Analytic phase: Structural Theories1923-1939 z1923 The Ego and the Id. zPersonality theory of id, ego, superego z1938: Vienna -> London zThe Ego and the Id: Three different kinds of demands conflict with one another. z(a) Demands from the body itself (biologically based urges/


Sigmund Freud was an Austrian physician whose influence on psychology is still felt today. Freud developed his theory by treating people with emotional.

Sigmund Freud was an Austrian physician whose influence on psychology is still felt today. Freud developed his theory by treating people with emotional problems using hypnosis, and/’t always get what you want. The Ego relates to the real world and operates via the reality principle. The Ego’s job is to satisfy the Id on accordance with reality. The Ego realizes the need for compromise and negotiates between the Id and the Superego. The Egos job is to get the Ids pleasures but to be reasonable and bear the/


PIONEER IN PSYCHOLOGY SIGMUND FREUD. PSYCHODYNAMIC THEORY  Controversial  Complex  Complete.

PSYCHOLOGY SIGMUND FREUD PSYCHODYNAMIC THEORY  Controversial  Complex  Complete Case Studies  Dora  Little Hans  The Rat Man ORIGINS OF PSYCHODYNAMIC THEORY UNCONSCIOUS CONFLICT Irrational Inner Struggles Repressed memories/emotion Aggression Sexual Violence How Can You Access the Unconscious Mind? HOW CAN YOU ACCESS THE UNCONSCIOUS? Dreams Psychoanalysis (free association) Slip-of-the-tongue Hypnosis WHAT IS PERSONALITY MADE OF? Three Parts ID EGO SUPEREGO ID Operates/


Freud and Frankenstein Tracing the development of “ id, ego, super-ego ” in Frankenstein Class 1 周迎.

Freud and Frankenstein Tracing the development of “ id, ego, super-ego ” in Frankenstein Class 1 周迎 Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) Structural and Topographical Models of Personality Freuds Id, Ego, & Superego The Id ( “ It ”— 本我,指潜意 识的最深层,无意识的原 始精神能源 ): functions in the irrational and emotional part of the mind The Ego ( “ I ”— 自我,自己 ): functions with the rational part of the mind The Superego ( “ Over-I ”— 超 我 ): the moral part of the mind three aspects working together to produce all of/


Psychology of Freud. Sigmund Freud Theories based on his work with the mentally ill Believed behavior is not driven by rational thinking, but rather is.

Psychology of Freud Sigmund Freud Theories based on his work with the mentally ill Believed behavior is not driven by rational thinking, but /do everything they want to do (the “reality principle” Superego Ingrained moral values Inhibitions ingrained by society (especially by parents) Humans are a battleground between the Id, Ego, and Superego The Superego forces the Ego in inhibit the Id If the Ego and the Superego are too strong they: Force the Id to repress sexual desires Bring on guilt, neurotic fears /


CECILLE ANN RAVALO. Who is Sigmund Freud ? Sigmund Freud Biography Scholar, Psychiatrist (1856–1939) NAME Sigmund Freud OCCUPATION Scholar, Psychiatrist.

LondonEngland ORIGINALLY Sigismund Schlomo Freud Sigmund Freuds psychoanalytic theory of personality argued that human behavior was the result of the interaction of three component parts of the mind: the id, ego, and superego. His structural theory placed/during different stages of development.Erik Eriksonseight- stage theory of psychosocial development Unresolved conflicts between the id-ego and superego-ego can lead to a fixation or blockage in development. Results in excessive dependence or manipulation. /


Id, Ego, and Superego (there must be a joke in there somewhere…)

Sigmund Freud A psychoanalyst from Austria – born 1856, died 1939 The most influential and one of the most controversial figures of the field of psychology of the 20 th century. Proposed that the mind functions in 3 different ways called the id, ego and superego Id/ Pleasure principle – it wants whatever feels good regardless of the situation We are born with our id When a newborn is hungry, he (or she) cries, hot/


Psychodynamic Approach Attributed to Sigmund Freud 1856 –1939.

, our instinct to survive, it works on the pleasure principle wanting instant gratification. The ego is the rational and conscious part of our personality and works on the reality principle. The superego is last to develop it is our conscience and moral director. Unconscious conflict between the id, ego and superego may result in psychological disorders The unconscious mind is often represented as an iceberg/


Ch 14 - Psychological Theories

Ch 14 - Psychological Theories Sigmund Freud - Psychoanlytical Theory A. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) General background to Freud’s theory: 1. Freud’s theory dominated psychology from/ the right things. Develops from punishments and rewards from our parents. 3. Ego - the “self” that allows controlled id expression within the boundaries of the superego. The ego helps one to balance or compromise between the id and superego “Reality Principle” Freud’s Stages of Personality Development 1. personality formed by /


Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) Psychoanalysis.

Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) Psychoanalysis The mind is like an iceberg. Most of it is beneath the surface. http://www.pierce.ctc.edu/staff/tlink/personality/home_topics.html Should I eat a bacon-double cheese burger? Id – “Yes. It is yummy and I am hungry.” Superego – “No. It is bad for my health. It is not an ecologically sustainable way to eat.” Ego/: –Psychosexual stages –Id, ego, superego Maintain: − Role of the unconscious − Ego has more control that Freud believed − Inner conflicts and Defense mechanisms


Freud’s Psychodynamic Theory of Personality. Sigmund Freud Born in 1856 Often criticized First to develop comprehensive theory of – –the mind – –mental.

Freud’s Psychodynamic Theory of Personality Sigmund Freud Born in 1856 Often criticized First to develop comprehensive theory of – –the mind – –/Others didn’t test theory Components of Freud’s Theory Instincts: basic element of personality Mind Structure: unconscious, preconscious, conscious Personality Structure: id, ego, superego Anxiety & Defense mechanisms Psychosexual stages of development Assessment Instincts: basic element of personality Energy source: Driving forces behind behavior Instinct’s job /


Psychoanalytic Therapy Sigmund Freud. The Psychoanalytic Perspective  Unconscious  according to Freud, a reservoir of mostly unacceptable thoughts,

part of personality that presents internalized ideals  provides standards for judgement (the conscience) and for future aspirations Personality Structure  Ego  the largely conscious, “executive” part of personality  mediates among the demands of the id, superego, and reality  operates on the reality principle, satisfying the id’s desires in ways that will realistically bring pleasure rather than pain Personality Structure  Freud’s idea of the/


Sigmund Freud The First Armchair Psychiatrist. Why does he matter? Freud is the first major theorist of Psychology - he begins the movement that views.

Sigmund Freud The First Armchair Psychiatrist Why does he matter? Freud is the first major theorist of Psychology - he begins the/do things fit together? Mind is theoretically composed of several parts: id, ego, superego Id Ego Superego ID contains instinctual/biological urges - our unconscious desires Problems can happen when ID desires begins to take over. EGO rational process of our mind that counteracts the Id - takes reality into account SUPEREGO moral part of our mind, our conscience, holds us to moral/


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