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Eros and thanatos

Life, Sex and death, agression primary drives

Id

Most primative, pleasure principle of seeeking gratification


Source of libido:psychic energy

Ego

Reality principle: satisfy ID in a socially acceptable way


Deals with outside world and balances Id and superego

Superego

Ridgid and moralistic


Ego ideal: what we should be


Conscious: rules for how we should behave

Psychosexual developmemt

Each stage has an erogenous zone or source of pleasure


Failure to resolve conflicts at each stage would result in fixation

Oral stage

0 to 1.5 years.


Weaning to early or late is the issue that can cause fixation


Oral dependent: guilable


Oral aggressive: sarcasric, aggressive

Anal stage

1.5 to 3 years


Toliet training is the issue that can cause fixation


Anal explosive: messy, disorganized


Anal retentive: neat, OCD, obsessive


Phallic stage

3 to 6 years


Penis is source of pleasure


Identifying with parents develops superego


Phallic individual: cocky, full of themselves

Electra complex

penis envy of father, identifys with mother

Oedipus complex

Want to sex with mom, afraid of father. Solved by giving up attraction and identifying with father

Latency stage

6 to puberty


Energy and efforts focused in school and athletic

Genital stage

Puberty foward


Able to have normal sexual behavior

Defense mechanism

Strategy ego uses to deal with anxiety do to balancing id and superego

Repression

Bad thought are put out of mind

Denial

Pretend bad thoughts dont exist

Projection

Put bad thoughts onto someone else, claim they are the problem and have the thoughts

Reaction formation

Do the opposite of bad thoughts do to guilt

Regression

Childish behavior

Rationalization

Make excuses to preserve self image

Displacement

Direct feelings to safer target

Identification

Identify with someine and copy them to feel like them


Kid who was bullied, bullies others

Sublimation

Channeling sexual amd agressive impulses towards society in a socially acceptable way

Freuds legacy

Role of early experiences and its efdect on later development


Stages of development


Existence of unconscious

Karen horney

Penis envy=power envy


Basic anxiety due to powerlessness as children

Alfred adler

Striving for superiority to make up for feelings of inferiority


Expectations for future lead us to act in certain ways

Carl jung

Collective unconscious: ideas shared across human history and culture


Archetypes: characters that appear accross collective unconscious that are similar

Deficious orientation

Fixated with what they dont have unhappy and unhealthy

Growth orientation

What you do have and satification with it

Self actualization

Desire to fulfil potential congruent with sense of self

Gordan allport theory

Traits define personality


Central: 5 to 10 most salient


Secondary: flexiable


Cardinal: single dominant trait that defines a person

Trait

Relatively stable predisposition to behave a certain way


Raymond carter

16 traits


Source trait: underlying fundamental dimensions of personality


Surface trait: superficial trait

Big 5

Opennes to experience: curiousness


Conscientious: organized


Extroversion: social


Agreeableness: compatiable


Neuroticism: emotional stability high is anxiety

Hans eysenck

3 dimensions


Extroversion: arousal


Neuroticism


Psychoticism: impulsiveness

Jeffrry grey

BAS/BIS: extroversion seek vs introversion avoid in regards to arousal

Mischell

Person situation controversy


Situation greater determinate of behavior

Banduras

Self system, reciprocal determinism


More believing that you are something leads to acting that way which then reinforces original idea

Rotter

Locus of control, expectation

Projective tests

Respondant project personality into answers


Rorschach


Thermatic apperception test


Sentence completion

Self report

Minnesota multiphasic personality test


16 PI: 16 traits


Neo PI: big 5