Freud II (march 18)

Freud II (march 18) - Psych 020 Freud II Model of Mind...

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Psych 020 March 18, 2008 Freud II Model of Mind Defense Mechanisms Tapping the Unconscious Answer These Questions What is Freud’s model of the mind and personality? How does an individual deal with extreme anxiety? How can you get information about the unconscious mind? Psychodynamic Theory Id urges Ego manager Superego morality At first, the ego only has to worry about the external reality Over time, superego I making “demands” as well SUPEREGO is beginning to control EGO by giving rewards for compliance o PRIDE and punishment for non-compliance o GUILT NOTE: difficult position of ego ID and SUPEREGO are often in conflict EGO tries to get SUPEREGO and ID to agree, EGO is stuck in the middle ID and SUPEREGO are infantile…formed when the child was young ID is unreasoning, unmovable, and SUPEREGO doesn’t care, it believes there is only a right way and a wrong way SUPEREGO is irrational…blind “do’s” and “do not’s” Unconscious mind and Conscious Mind A lot like an ice berg, the conscious mind is the part of the iceberg above the water, and the unconscious is below the water 90% of the iceberg is below the surface of the water DIVIDE o The ID is all unconscious o The EGO is mostly conscious, but sometimes unconscious because it has to communicate to ID o SUPEREGO has an unconscious and conscious part, but mostly unconscious, only conscious to communicate to EGO
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course PSYCH, POL 020 taught by Professor Atkinson,narain,norton during the Winter '08 term at UWO.

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Freud II (march 18) - Psych 020 Freud II Model of Mind...

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