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stage1 oral (0-1)
mouth is the pleasure center
projection
people attribute their own undesirable traits to others
conscience
everything you are aware of at a given moment
stage4 latency (6-puberty)
not a stage, down period
stage5 genital (puberty on)
genitals are the pleasure center
repression
defense mechanism used to place thoughts/feelings in unconscienceness
stage2 anal (1-3)
anus is the pleasure center
denial
defense mechanism in which people refuse to accept reality or recognize the true scource of their anxiety
Superego
our moral center, made up of two parts
1. conscience-punishment/guilt
2. ego ideal-reward/price
psychodynamic theory
looks beyond the traits of personality and focus' on intra-psychic forces (drives, conflicts, energies) and structures wich animate us
psychoanalysis
is a type of psychodynamic therapy, which was developed by Freud. Aims at uncovering conflicts and unconscious impulses
Id (it)
primitive, unconscious, selfish, source of desires, supplies energy and demands gratification-driven by the pleasure principle
unconscience level
rationalization
people reinterpret undesirable feelings or behaviors in terms that make them acceptable
unconscience
repressed memories, drives, emotions, instincts
preconscience
material easily brought to awareness
stage3 Phallic (3-6)
oedipus/electra conflict
reaction formation
people behave in away opposite to what their true feelings are
ego (I)
directing part of the personality, in touch w/ reality-driven by the reality principle (delaying gratifaction until its appropriate)
conscience level
displacement
people take their anger out on another who was not the cause
compensation
make up for weakness by over doing another activity
fantasy
makebelieve
regression
return to child like stage