Psychoanalytic theory

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  • Holden Caulfield Psychological Analysis

    children, and thinks that everybody; but, mostly adults are phony. On a psychological level, there are many factors in his childhood experience which may have influenced why he acts and thinks such a way. By applying Sigmund Freud’s psychoanalytical theory, it is easier to understand what motivates Holden’s thoughts and actions, in addition to what Salinger experienced…

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  • Psychoanalytic Criticism Of Hamlet Research Paper

    CRITICISM AND HAMLET Sigmund Freud was father of psychoanalytics. Psychoanalytic criticism is so important our life. Actually, we are un aware of psychoanalytic concepts, but it is a part of our everyday lives. The goal of Freudian theory was to reveal consciousness, repressed thoughts and feelings. There is reason and name of our behavior in the psychology. Our behavior can be explained by “ psychobabble ”.Psychoanalytic criticism is psychoanalysis and it explains to us how…

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  • Psychological Analysis Of Naga-Mandala By Girish Karnad

    MYTH AND FAIRYTALE PSYCHOANALYSIS OF Abstract This paper entitled ‘psychoanalytic theory on Naga-Mandala’ regards as an analysis of psychological side of the play. The psychoanalytic theory is applicable on Naga-Mandala as Girish Karnad disseminates facts about human life and psyche of humans in ancient Indian stories with the changing social codes and morals of modern life. Girish Karnad’s plays are pertinent to the psychological problems, dilemmas, and conflicts defied by the modern Indian…

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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Altruism

    Advantages Evolutionary psychology provides a theoretical basis to altruism in relation to evolution and adapting to in order to survive. The theories and arguments used in evolutionary psychology help understand the complex relationship among groups, but also within group. Furthermore, it provides a clear goal that is being achieved (survival of the fittest), which gives a straightforward objective towards the theoretical connections and how they are connected to altruism. Based on the…

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  • Summary: The Classic Fairy Tales

    The psychoanalytical theory focuses on psychological concepts and applies these concepts to elements in the fairy tale. The Oedipus complex is the psychoanalytic theory that a child has an unconscious desire to have a sexual relationship with the parent of the opposite sex. In his book, The Uses of Enchantment, Bruno Bettleheim suggests that fairy…

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  • Psychological Issues In Catcher In The Rye

    Factors outside of one 's control can influence one 's mindset and emotional behavior. This could be a result of events that couldn 't have changed despite the fact that the person believes the events shouldn’t have happened. Whether it is the loss of someone important at an early age or having abusive parents, the mindset will change as a result. In the novel, “The Catcher in the Rye” by J.D. Salinger, the main protagonist Holden Caulfield has unstable behavior issues. Holden finds trouble when…

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  • Criticism And Symbolism Created By Euripides Medea

    morals. This is all part of the psychoanalytic theory created by Sigmund Freud. The psychoanalytic theory was originally used to investigate and treat personality disorders and used in psychotherapy. Freud believed that 2 parts of the brain existed; the…

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  • The Importance Of The Ghost In William Shakespeare's Hamlet

    In William Shakespeare's work Hamlet, Shakespeare uses the ghost of the deceased king to play a significant role in the plot of the story as a whole in multiple ways. The first way Shakespeare uses the ghost of King Hamlet is by first using him to play a crucial role in the development of the characters in the play, especially Hamlet. An example of the ghost doing this is sending Hamlet into his descent into madness and furthering his complex character. Shakespeare does this by having the ghost…

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  • Freud's Psychoanalytic Theory

    Freud, 1900) The most well-known psychodynamic theory of personality is S. Freud’s (1900) psychoanalytic theory. It can be seen as a response to James’ (1890) radical empiricism. S. Freud (1900) initially believed there were three unconscious motives responsible for all human behaviour; sex, aggression, and anxiety reduction. Sex…

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  • Psychoanalytic Theory Of Punishment

    Psychoanalysis. It is a theory which explains the human behavior or study of an unconscious mind which together…

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