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No hisotry Id, Ego, Superego Psycho Sexual Stages and Libido traits defense mechanisms (not associated with stages) Therapy resistance catharsis Freud
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libido -- the sexual energy that powers movement through the Freudian stages
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erogenous zone -- the area where libido is concentrated during each psychosexual stage (e.g. mouth in the oral stage)
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Reaction Formation Defense mechanism -- people show attitudes and behaviors that are the opposite of what they unconsciously feel in order to reduce anxiety.
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Toilet trained too late and too early
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phallic stage Oedipus complex Electra complex latency stage genital stage
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Tranference Patient reacts to therapist in the same way that he or she reacted to someone important in earlier life -- e.g. father. Therapist can use this to work out patient problems .
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Therapist reacts to patient in the same way that he or she reacted to someone important in earlier life -- e.g. daughter. Can create problems in therapy. Counter Transference
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Unformatted text preview: QuickTime and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. Dec. 7, 1938 I started my professional activity as a neurologist trying to bring relief to my neurotic patients. Under the influence of an older friend and by my own efforts I discovered some new and important facts about the unconscious in psychic life, the role of instinctual urges and so on. Out of these findings grew a new science, Psycho-Analysis, a part of psychology and a new method of treatment of the neuroses. I had to pay heavily for this bit of good luck. People did not believe in my facts and thought my theories unsavoury. Resistance was strong and unrelenting. In the end I suceeded in acquiring pupils and building up an International Psycho-Analytic Association. But this struggle is not yet over. A short sentence in German. Sgm. Freud http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_sm5YFnEPBE&feature= related...
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This note was uploaded on 03/11/2011 for the course PSY 301 taught by Professor Pennebaker during the Spring '07 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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