CH 15 pers outline

CH 15 pers outline - CH 15 PERSONALITY Definition unique and enduring pattern of psychological behaviors 4 main approaches I The

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CH 15: PERSONALITY Definition: unique and enduring pattern of psychological behaviors 4 main approaches I. The Psychoanalytic/Psychodynamic Perspective a. Sigmund Freud childhood, how childhood unconsciously affect personality i. Emphasis b. Exploring the unconscious influence behaviors without patients’ knowing; making patients aware can solve problems i. Psychic determinants ii. Dreams and dream analysis road to conscious decipher symbolism in dreams iii. Free association patients say whatever come into their mind c. Structure of Personality i. Id: pleasure principle: unconscious urges and desires innate unrestraint by society rules ii. Ego: reality principle: developed during early childhood, society expectations iii. Superego: age 4-5, the ideal perfectionist standard is the conscious that strives to get the ideal, produce guilt iv. Iceberg – conscious vs unconscious big part is under surface unconscious v. The three are competing with each other. d.
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2008 for the course PSYC 100 taught by Professor Wyland during the Fall '08 term at Tulane.

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CH 15 pers outline - CH 15 PERSONALITY Definition unique and enduring pattern of psychological behaviors 4 main approaches I The

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