UNT PSYC 4520 - The Psychoanalytic Approach, Contd. 3 (9 pages)

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An overview of psychoanalysis, projective tests, and dreams


Lecture number:
6
Pages:
9
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University of North Texas
Course:
Psyc 4520 - Personality
Edition:
1
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PSYC 4520 1st Edition Lecture 6 Outline of Last Lecture I Psychoanalytic Personality Types A Oral personality type B Anal personality type C Phallic personality type II Getting at Unconscious Material A Psychic determinism B Dreams C Projective tests D Free association E Freudian slips F Hypnosis G Accidents H Symbolic behavior I Humor Outline of Current Lecture I Application Psychoanalysis A The origins of psychoanalysis These 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 B The goal of psychoanalysis C Resistance D Transference and countertransference II Assessment Projective Tests A What are projective tests B Rorschach Inkblot Test C Thematic Apperception Test D Human Figure Drawing Test III Strengths and Criticisms of Freud s Theory A Strengths B Criticisms IV Dream Interpretation A Do dreams mean anything V The Meaning of Dream Content A Unconscious conflicts B Recurrent dreams C Dreams and anxiety D Are dreams random VI The Function of Dreams A REM sleep B Rebound effect C Suppressed thoughts D Experimental support for Freud s theory of dream interpretation Current Lecture I Application Psychoanalysis A The origins of psychoanalysis i Freud recognized that many disorders were psychological rather than physical in origin He was the first person to develop a system of psychotherapy called psychoanalysis in order to access this unconscious material B The goal of psychoanalysis i The goal of psychoanalysis is to bring crucial unconscious material into consciousness where it can be rationally examined Once this material surfaces however the client and therapist must work together to deal with it in a way that it does not manifest itself in a new disorder The therapist also evaluates cryptic messages about the underlying cause of the client s disorder ii Typically the client lies on a couch while the therapist sits out of sight and encourages the client to speak



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