PSYCH2B03 - Sublimation notes - 10

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05:22 Anxiety: 3 Sources 1. World itself 2. Own impulses 3. Moral anxiety Dreams Dream symbolism is specific to you E.g. worms penetrating dark room (rape) Displacement Release from repression: defense mech   displacement Sublimation Anxiety producing id impulses are displaced into socially acceptable forms Freud saw sublimation as the source of all higher human impluses and activities:  science, art, literature etc Projection Ego mania – stalking “she loves me”  Rationalization Big Bang Engineer – rationalizes staying with his mom
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Unformatted text preview: Sex before 8 or its too late Conscious ego really believes these statements Reaction Formation “I don’t hate dad, I love dad” “Dad you shouldn’t drive you don’t see well” feel consciously opposite Denial Anticathexes formed to block memory “I never hurt dad” Correctly reporting access of memories that feel you haven’t done a bad thing Bias against remembering negative things Past always looks better because we selectively forget the negatives of the past 05:22 05:22...
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  • Spring '12
  • dickday
  • Defence mechanism, n’t hate dad, Anxiety producing id, acceptable forms Freud, room (rape), higher human impluses

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