Day+5+-+Sullivan+Self+System,+Feb+3rd

Day+5+-+Sullivan+Self+System,+Feb+3rd - February 3rd...

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Unformatted text preview: February 3rd Sullivan Self System - Form a representation of self . - You are also mentally representing the relationship .- Specics learned... like how mother reacts when you cry. - Unique Dynamic Interplay - Learning how to interact with mom- Interpersonal interaction represented in memory. Freud has Drive Structure Model - he assumed they existed in a structural way in the mind. Sullivan has Self System ... He saw the systems as energy transformations, they re not frozen in time. - Whole nature of self fundamentally embedded in social life, in those relationships that have mattered most to you in your life so far. - Nature of personality and self in each of these individual relationships. - The way you feel in one relationship is not identical to another.- Pre-conscious. - Self System is conscious but the NOT-ME is unconscious. Shove that part of self outside of awareness. - Looks like Freud s repression (but no psychosexual content) - By shoving Not-Me into unconscious, you develop sense of conscious self in opposition to that. - For example... Boy starts crying (maybe his friend moved away or something), Dad gets angry that his boy is crying (boys don t cry). Boy shoves it out of his consciousness and becomes unemotional and unexpressive - develop into...
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This note was uploaded on 11/19/2010 for the course PSYCH V89.-0030- taught by Professor Susan during the Fall '09 term at NYU.

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