Sigmund Freud And Freud's Theory Of The State Of Mind

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Sigmund Freud a person with many titles under his belt focused mainly on an individual’s unconscious state of mind. Freud was a psychologist, physiologist and medical doctor. He created and lived by psychoanalysis. He believed people live the events of their unconscious on a daily basis. Carl Jung the founder of analytical psychology, which is the study of psychoanalytic and individual psyche; similarly to Freud, Jung studies mainly focuses on the unconscious. Their beliefs and ideas of what someone’s unconscious consist of overlap. In the article entitled Freud’s id and Jung’s self as aids in self-analysis the two men theories are compared specifically Jung’s theory of the self in comparison with Freud self analysis. Although Freud was well …show more content…
The preconscious is the state a person is in during the recollection phase of conscious thoughts that has not yet made it into the conscious state of mind; the preconscious has high potential of reaching the ego. Resulting in the person within the preconscious state to access or move into the conscious. The preconscious is also as stated above associated closely with the ego. The next topic covered is the theories of transference from the doctor to the patient. While dealing with patients during the treatment of psychic process, doctors were able to analyze their unconscious at the same time of trying to analyze their patient’s unconscious. Consequently, this left doctors at a disadvantage because they were all experiencing transference from the clients. Transitioning to the id, the id according to Freud is described to be a distinction between reality and illusion and in the article reality and illusion is further explained to be a transitional object. Observed thoroughly during infant development. Based on Freud’s theory, the id also consists of repressed materials whether it is memories or thoughts as well as painful

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