class notes 02-13-2007

class notes 02-13-2007 - -flighty extra credit-talk to this...

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02-13-2007-flighty * extra credit—talk to this john character. What is the cure for love? 1. The cure for love is self-love. 2. The cure for love is more love. Freud offers a theory of personality. With three different models Structural Model 1.The id- born with it. Natural aggressive propensities. Born immoral. Not necessarily a bad thing, it is innocent. a. Biology b. The life force; libido c. Animal: untamed, self-serving unmitigated drive material (no self-regulation) d. The pleasure principle e. Primary process thinking: illogical, irrational, fantasy 2. The ego- comes into being after birth (potty training), it is about self regulation a. the ability to reason, problem solve b. the ability to have a good life, succeed c. Master and slave of the id- decisions, measured life d. emerges out of the id, the energy of the id e. Mediator among id, superego, and society f. Reality principle g. Secondary process thinking: realistic 3. Super Ego a. moral component b. incorporates social standards about what is right and wrong
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2008 for the course PSYC 101 taught by Professor Loeb during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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