was responsible for making her feel bad over what she did a id b unconscious

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________ was responsible for making her feel bad over what she did. a)idb)unconscious mindc)egod)superegoAccording to Freud, the result of conflict between the id and superego is ___________.
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Jeromy has been having an affair with another woman. One afternoon his wife came home later than usual and Jeromy became angry, accusing his wife of infidelity. Which defense mechanism is behind Jeromy’s accusation? What is the correct sequence of Freud’s psychosexual stages? Carl Jung’s term for the part of our personality that Freud referred to as the unconscious was the _____________. a) personal unconsciousb) archetypec) collective unconsciousd) animus The neo-Freudian, Carl Jung, suggested the existence of a collective unconscious that contains images shared by all people. These images are what he called ________. The _______ perspective of personality was a direct reaction against the negative view that the psychoanalytic perspective had of human beings. Jerod has saved plenty of money and has a lucrative business that he enjoys. He likes to volunteer his time in the community and enjoys the company of others – but still saves time to be alone. One of his favorite things to do in the evening is sit outside and watch the sunset. Maslow might suggest that Jerod is ________. According to Carl Rogers, anxiety and distress occur when _______. a) a person has low self-esteemb) there is matching between the actual self and ideal self c) there is a discrepancy between the real self and ideal self d) the individual receives too much unconditional positive regard
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According to Rogers, which of the following people is MOST likely to become a fully functioning person? What is Albert Bandura’s term for the relationship among the three factors that influence
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