BEH_225_Week_6_Appendix_D

BEH_225_Week_6_Appendix_D - BEH 225 Week 6 Appendix D...

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BEH 225 Week 6 Appendix D Assignment - TV Character Evaluation 100/100 IMPORTANT PLEASE READ! PLEASE REFORMAT AND REWORD THE DOCUMENT! THIS TUTORIAL IS TO BE USED AS A GUIDE AS TO WHAT YOUR INSTRUCTOR IS LOOKING FOR IN YOUR SUBMISSION. BE SURE THAT THE WORK SUBMITTED IS THAT OF YOUR OWN TO AVOID COPYING WORD FOR WORD THE WORK PROVIDED IN THIS TUTORIAL. THIS IS ORIGINAL WORK, WHICH HAS BEEN SUBMITTED TO AXIA AT LEAST ONCE. THIS WORK IS WRITTEN BY ME (PURPLEBUTTERFLY) UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED AS A SAMPLE DOCUMENT! PLEASE LOOK FOR HIGHLIGHTED NOTES WITHIN THE DOCUMENT FOR AREAS THAT MAY NEED CORRECTION. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING A PAPER PLEASE FEEL FREE TO MESSAGE ME AND I WILL CONTACT YOU AS SOON AS I CAN. IF YOU ARE HAPPY WITH YOUR TUTORIAL, PLEASE LEAVE POSTIVE FEEDBACK FOR ME. THANK YOU AND GOOD LUCK WITH YOUR ASSIGNMENT. BEH 225
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Axia College Material Appendix D TV Character Evaluation Part I Write a summary of 350-700 words identifying the contributions of Freud, Jung, and Rogers. Freud, Jung, and Rogers were fundamental psychological theorists whom made a large impact on psychology, as we know it. Each contributed in his own unique way and although their views and theories differed in some ways, they were similar in others. The biggest similarity of the three is that they all supported the unconscious state of a person’s personality. Freud Freud’s contributions include neurology, neuropathology, and anesthesia Freud's theories and views of psychotherapy focused on the role of the unconscious in directing behavior, particularly sexual behavior. He believed that the unconscious was the largest part of the mind. Freud considered humans to be primarily motivated by sexual and aggressive impulses and the pursuit of pleasure that is driven by the unconscious structure he named “id”. He believed “the mind is divided into three parts called the id, the ego and the superego” (Morris & Maisto, 2002, p. 419). The id as Freud believed is the root of drives for pleasure, the ego is the rational part of the mind and the superego
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2011 for the course BEH 225 taught by Professor Mrking during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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