Socialization - Socialization Personality: persons fairly...

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Socialization Personality: person’s fairly consistent patterns of acting, thinking and feeling. Nature and Nurture Role of Nature Role of Nurture o Watson Behavior Learning is the only way that we can develop Behavior is NOT instinctive People everywhere are equally human, different only in culture (Nature, not nurture) Frued Elements of personality (Between conscious and unconscious) Basic Human Needs (Unconscious level) o Bounding / Eros / Life Instinct o Thanatos or death instinct Freud’s Mode of Personality ID – Basic Drives (unconscious) a. Must be satisfied instantly i. Ex., Newborn’s demands Ego – Attempt to balances instinct’s demands with society’s accepted behavior (conscious) a. I want, but I can’t in my society Superego – Internalization of cultural values and norms (conscience and conscious) a. The little voice telling us we can’t do something because of society’s rules Sublimation changes our selfish drives into socially acceptable behavior
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