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Unformatted text preview: what society requires. o Keyterms ID: part of the mind that seeks immediate gratification Superego: the part of the mind that acts as a social conscience Ego: the part of the mind that mediates between the id and superego, seeking pleasure in socially acceptable ways-Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs most basic needs have to be meet first. It goes from biogenic needs to psychogenic needs o Stages(and examples) o Physiological (food) o Safety (shelter and shelter) o Belongingness (friendship) o Ego needs (status) o Self actualization (self fulfillment)-Positive illusions (not in the book) o Individuals are motivated to obtain/maintain a positive self view. Unrealistically positive self evaluations • One’s poor abilities tend to be view as common, but one’s favored abilities are seen as rare and distinctive. • Tendency to see self as better than others....
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2010 for the course BUS 134A at San Jose State.
- Decision Making