Theories - Figs All

Theories - Figs All - Freud's 3-part Model of the Mind...

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EGO ID SUPEREGO Conscious Thoughts and Behaviour Operates on Reality Principle Rational Decision-Making Attempts to Regulate Id and Superego Unconscious Urges and Impulses Operates on Pleasure Principle Child-like, Irrational Decision-Making Attempts to Gratify Needs (appetite, sex, anger) Mostly Unconscious, partly conscious Contains Society's Rules and Expectations A caricature of the "Right Thing to Do" Contributes to Neurotic Feelings like Guilt and Shame Freud's 3-part Model of the Mind
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oral anal phallic latency genital 1. Dependency 2. Autonomy 3. Self vs Others 4. Logical Functions 5. Interpersonal Responsibility Developmental Challenge for Each Stage Freud's Stages of Emotional Development AGE (years) 0-2 2-4 4-7 7-12 12-adulthood Name of Stage
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Pain Intensity High Low Baseline 1 5 10 Conditioned Tolerance to Morphine Analgesia *
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This note was uploaded on 05/16/2010 for the course PSY psy607 taught by Professor Martinzack during the Summer '09 term at Ryerson.

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