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UNT PSYC 4620 - Freudian Theory of Personality

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PSYC 4620 1st Edition Lecture 5Outline of Last Lecture II.Manipulated and Non-manipulated IVsIII. Hypotheses and TheoriesIV. ReplicationOutline of Current Lecture I. Introduction to Sigmund FreudII. HysteriaIII. Freudian Theory of PersonalityIV. The Structural ModelCurrent LectureChapter 3Sigmund Freud: A Quest for Fame- Neurologist turned psychologist- Early work was on the medicinal benefits of cocaine- Influenced by Charcot and Breur’s work on hypnosis- Work aimed at becoming famous-wasn’t very famous at firstHysteria: Where it All Began- Hysteriao A somatic disorder typically diagnosed in women in late 19th century- The case of Anna Oo She had hysteria symptomso Hallucinations, coughing, paralysiso Freud said her illness was as a result of resentment over her father’s illness and deatho Beginnings of psychotherapy- Hypnosis was too limited for Freud-arrived at free association- Later-hysteria caused by early traumatic sexual experiencesFreudian Theory of PersonalityThese notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor’s lecture. GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes, not as a substitute.Topographic Model- Original division of personality into 3 partso Conscious: currently in awarenesso Preconscious: Can be made conscious with efforto Unconscious: No access by individual Get at it by using free association Dreams: “royal road to unconscious”The Structural Model: Update and Addition- Personality is made up of 3 different parts that are not always at peace with each other- Exists within framework of the original 3 partso Id: concerned with pleasure Pleasure principle Wish fulfillment: unconscious wish, not available, dreams Completely buried in unconsciouso Ego: develops over first 2 years of life Balances pleasure with the real world Reality principle Exists in conscious, preconscious, unconsciouso Superego Represents The Man, society, standards, parents Parents are the main source of the superego Exists in conscious, preconscious, unconscious Places restrictions on what we can and can’t do- The 3 parts are in eternal tension- Ego balances id and


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