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Unformatted text preview: Psych325/HD370 Introduction to Adult Psychopathology Are slips of the tongue Freudian? Why is the dreamer always the last to know? Hamlet Awakes Lecture 5 2/5/08 Todays Lecture In-Class Psychological Assessment Today 1. What are the psychosexual stages? 2. The Laughing Man oedipal drama 3. Dream Structure, Manifest Content, Latent Content, and the raison detre of dreams the guardians of sleep 4. If theres time, a dream or two of yours. Psycho-Sexual Stages 12+ Genital/Adolescence Reworking of the Oedipal Stage 7-11 Latency Social/Culture Internalizations 5-7 Oedipal Rise of the Superego 3-5 Phallic Exhibitionism 2-3 Anal Rise of the Ego 0-2 Oral Pleasure Principle One Way to Read a Text That every work, implicitly or explicitly, represents these features: Life Writer---------------------Reader Art The Laughing Man Explicitly, and almost effortlessly, evokes these four parameters: 1. Life capturing the details of boyhood (the Chief always carried the two bats after a game) 2. Art The Laughing Man, the story-within-the story is an almost epic narrative 3. Reader The boy/narrator is the reader within the story, and its ending leaves him feeling sick 4. Writer The Chief is the writer, the Laughing Man his self-representation, ugly yet powerful, with all of his issues on display Lets take a few more steps...
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Lecture_5__2_05_08-1.ppt - Psych325/HD370 Introduction to...

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