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Interaction of vulnerability or predisposition and

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interaction of vulnerability or predisposition and stressful life events or experiences Diathesis: A vulnerability or predisposition to a particular disorder Psychological Perspective Theoretical Orientation: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Eclectic Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Humanistic Therapy Psychodynamic Behavioral Humanistic Cognitive (.5) 3.5 Orientations that are most influential Vienna 1900: movement out of the Victorian era Psychoanalytic Theory: theoretical model of personality developed by Sigmund Freud; a.k.a. psychoanalysis
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Conscious: to Freud, the part of the mind that corresponds to our present awareness Preconscious: part of the mind Unconscious: Id: unconscious psychic structure that contains primitive instincts and is ruled by the pleasure principle Ego: structure that corresponds to the concept of the self, governed by the reality principle and has the ability to tolerate frustration Superego: structure that incorporates the values of the parents and important others and functions as a moral conscience
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