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Psychoanalytic - Freudian Psychoanalytic Theory PSYC 352 Summer Session II 2009 Agenda Essays Thoughts on Freud Four key ideas of psychoanalytic

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Freudian Psychoanalytic Theory PSYC 352 Summer Session II, 2009
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Agenda Essays Thoughts on Freud Four key ideas of psychoanalytic theory Freud himself Life and death Stages of psychosexual development Psychoanalytic therapy
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Essays Essays with the highest grades will have applied principles from what we have learned to personal experience or knowledge They will back up any statements made with definitions and arguments. E.g., to say that someone has an “authoritarian personality,” on what basis would you say that? What is an authoritarian personality? What has the person said and done to lead you to apply that trait to him or her? …etc. They have an introduction, a body, and a conclusion They are double-spaced, stapled, and handed in in class
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Instructional Objectives By the end of this lesson, students will be able to. . Describe the four key ideas of psychoanalytic theory: psychic determinism, internal structure, psychic conflict, and mental energy Define the doctrine of opposites and explain how it applies to Freud’s theory of development Name the stages of psychosexual development and the psychological themes associated with each one Describe the adult personalities associated with each stage of development
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Warm up Take two minutes and answer this question: Had you learned about Freud in other classes or in the media? Was he presented in a favorable or not-so- favorable light? What impression did you get of his theories?
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Psychoanalytic Theory Concerns the secret, unconscious part of the mind Four key ideas: Psychic determinism Internal structure Psychic conflict and compromise Mental energy
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Psychic determinism Psychic determinism : everything that happens in a person’s mind, and therefore everything a person thinks and does, has a specific cause Most important events are unconscious Review of terms: Conscious- the feeling and thoughts that you are
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This note was uploaded on 09/04/2009 for the course PSYC 352 taught by Professor Mehl during the Summer '09 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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Psychoanalytic - Freudian Psychoanalytic Theory PSYC 352 Summer Session II 2009 Agenda Essays Thoughts on Freud Four key ideas of psychoanalytic

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