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    Chapter 3: Psychoanalytic Aspects of Personality
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    Psychoanalytic Approach Personality theory based on the writings  of Sigmund Freud Emphasizes the unconscious processes  of the mind
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    The Unconscious The portion of the mind of which a  person is not aware Psychoanalytic techniques to access the  unconscious Hypnosis Free Association Dream Analysis
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    Dreams Manifest content  the content of a dream  that a person  remembers Latent content  the underlying hidden  meaning of a dream The “royal road” to the unconscious
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    Parts of the Mind Structure Contents Principle of Operation Id Primitive drives and emotions Pleasure Ego Balances, Id, Super- ego, and reality Reality Superego Internalized social norms Morality
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    Parts of the Mind
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    Psychosexual Development The development of the psyche Progresses in stages as the libido (desire,  sexual energy) is redirected to different parts of  the body Psychosexual Stages Oral Anal Phallic Latency Genital
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    Oral Stage Theme Infants are driven to satisfy the drives of  hunger and thirst Conflict Child must give up breast feeding Fixation Dependency        Preoccupation with oral acquisition 
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    Anal Stage Theme:    Child receives pleasure from             relieving  self of bodily waste Conflict:   Child is “toilet trained” Fixation:   Preoccupation with neatness Excessive “bathroom humor” “anal-retentive” and “anal-expulsive”  characteristics
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    Phallic Stage Theme:   Child gains pleasure through the genitals Oedipus Complex-Boys desire mother Castration anxiety Electra Complex-Girls suffer penis envy Conflict:   Overt sexual behavior socially unacceptable Fixation: Vanity, narcissism, inability to love
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    Latency Stage Theme:  Psychosexual energy is channeled into  academic and social pursuits Conflicts and fixations do not occur during  this stage
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  Genital Stage Theme:  The individual gains satisfaction from mature  relationships This stage is achieved if a person makes  it through the other stages with enough 
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