Chapter 3 Notes - February 27, 2007 SOCIALIZATION...

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February 27, 2007 SOCIALIZATION S OCIALIZATION - The process of social interaction through which people (humans) acquire personality and learn the way of life of their society (it is the critical link between the individual and society). - Everything that we know is the result of learning, and all that we are as individual personalities are the result of learning. - Learning how to think - Learning how to feel - Learning how to be normal - Learning how to be moral - Learning how to be human - Learning how to be masculine - Learning how to be feminine P ERSONALITY - The fairly stable patterns of thought, feelings, and action that are typical of an individual 1. Three Main Components of Personality: 1. Cognitive - though, belief, perception, memory, and other intellectual capacities 2. Emotional - love, hate, sympathy, anger, pride and other feelings 3. Behavior - skills, aptitude, competence, and other abilities THE EMERGENCE OF SELF S ELF - The individual’s conscious experience of a distinct, personal identity that is separate from all other people and things. *Learning how to be Normal* II. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) FREUD’S SCHOOL OF PSYCHOANALYSIS Freud’s theory of personality - According to Freud personality consists of three parts: the
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Chapter 3 Notes - February 27, 2007 SOCIALIZATION...

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