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Day+4+-+Freud+contd+pt+2,+Feb+1st - February 1st Freud...

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February 1st Freud Continued, Part 2. - Set in concrete during 5 years of life, not influenced by anything that happens subsequently - Dreams are strange - You can be both yourself and your father at the same time - You can be both present and not present at the same time - You can be both a little child and be your own age - Primary Process Thinking - Not influenced by constraints of reality. - Secondary Process Thinking - Functions more rationally, more sequential - Something you are seeking but logical clarification of what it is - Pleasure Principle that guides Id - Reality Principle that guides Ego - Every single bit of the id is unconscious - Rather significant portion of ego is unconscious - Superego is also in part unconscious - Ego is weak
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Fixation Partial Fixation Over/under gratified at particular stage Shoves the psychosexual conflict into unconscious. Later on in life, an experience similar to the conflict will set of a trigger that will dominate your experience. Example: If you re fixated at the oral stage and can t gain the satisfaction you re seeking, you ll engage in interjection : forming a mental image of this creature that provides the gratification. If you were over gratified you d be clamoring for more attention, if you were under gratified you would be inept, people would need to come to your rescue.
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