Gen Psych Lect 11

Gen Psych Lect 11 - Lecture 11 Homework Due Date 8th ed...

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Important Information: Homework: Due Date: 8th ed. : p.174-186 9th ed. : p.154-168 Read & Make Mind Map Wednesday, Oct. 14th Midterm: Nov. 2nd (IN CLASS) Copies of Mind Maps Due Object Relations Theory (cont'd)   Melanie Klein (cont'd)   The Paranoid-Schizoid Position The child, who cannot emotionally tolerate the feelings of sorrow in the depressive position - at discovering that the good and bad objects are part of the same whole person - goes instead into the Paranoid-Schizoid Position. In this position, the child keeps the good and bad objects apart as separate people, even though they are actually the same person. This means that the child cannot develop the capacity for mature love - since this is based on loving a person as a whole, including their faults. Examples of paranoid-schizoid: 1. Borderline 2. Psychotic 3. Schizophrenic 1. Splitting In the earliest part of Freud's career splitting was repression of memories too difficult to face - a very important concept. It turns out that only people who have been through the depressive
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2011 for the course PSYCH 101 taught by Professor Brill during the Spring '07 term at Rutgers.

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