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Freud theorized that people have three levels of awareness: conscious, preconscious, and unconscious.He believed that the ego and superego operate at all three levels and that the id is entirely unconscious,expressing its urges at a conscious level through the ego.PTS:1REF:11.2 Psychodynamic PerspectivesDIF:Understand3.List and describe each of Freud’s psychosexual stages of development and their theorized relations toadult personality.
PTS:1REF:11.2 Psychodynamic PerspectivesDIF:Understand4.Briefly describe the revisions of Freud’s theory proposed by Jung and Adler.
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Carl Jung called his new theory analytical psychology, proposing that the unconscious mind iscomposed of two layers: the personal unconscious, which houses material that is not within one’sconscious awareness because it has been repressed or forgotten, and the collective unconscious, whichhouses latent memory traces inherited from people’s ancestral past. Jung called these ancestralmemories archetypes - emotionally charged images and thought forms that have universal meaning.Alfred Adler argued that Freud had gone overboard with his focus on sexual conflict. According to

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