CHAPTER 11 - Three levels of consciousness Conscious The...

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Unformatted text preview: Three levels of consciousness Conscious The thoughts, feelings, sensations, or memories of which a person is aware at any given moment. Preconscious The thoughts, feelings, sensations, or memories of which a person is not aware at the moment but may be easily brought to consciousness Unconscious For Freud, the prima ry motivating force of human behavior, containing repressed memories as well as instincts, wishes, and desires that have never been conscious Ego, I D, Super Ego Ego- In F reud’s theory, the logical, rational, largely conscious system of personality, which operates according to the reality principle. I D- the unconscious system of the personality, which contains the life and death instincts and operates on the pleasure principle, source of the libido. Super Ego- The moral system of the personality, which consists of the conscience and the ego ideal. Karen Horney’s Perspective Rogerian & Person Centered Concepts According to humanistic psychologist, Carl Rogers, our parents set up...
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CHAPTER 11 - Three levels of consciousness Conscious The...

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