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Foundations, Part I: Freud https://classesv2.yale.edu/ 1
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Evaluation • Midterm (30%) • Final (35%) • Weekly reading responses (15%) • Book review (20%) • Experimental participation 2
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Experimental participation requirement • Students must complete 5 'units' (hours) of research participation credits -- which can be satisfied by participating in experiments, observing experiments, or in other ways such as writing research reports. Details are in the handout, which is also available on the class website (the last 4 pages of the syllabus). • Opportunities for experiments will begin soon after January 31. Volunteers? • New applications from investigators who wish to use the pool need to be reviewed by a committee to ensure educational benefit for the students. • This committee must contain 2-3 undergraduate students from this class. Students must be available to meet Friday, January 26, at 2pm. • If you are interested, please speak to me after class. 3
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Foundations, Part I: Freud Many of the core ideas have been rejected But many remain 4
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Some interesting and influential ideas • Unconscious reasons for feelings and actions • Unconscious dynamics (conflict) -- leading to dreams, speech errors, jokes, madness Psychoanalytic Divisions of the Mind • Id - instinctual drives present at birth – does not distinguish between reality and fantasy – operates according to the pleasure principle • Ego - develops out of the id in infancy – understands reality and logic – mediator between id and superego • Superego – internalization of society’s moral standards – responsible for guilt 5
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