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    TA was formulated in the 1950’s by psychiatrist Eric Berne and has a humanistic psychotherapeutic approach. Berne considers TA a transaction as the unit of social intercourse. A transaction involves a transactional stimulus (TS) and a transactional response (TR). TS is the behaviour, verbal or nonverbal, created by one person in acknowledgement of the presence of others when two or more people meet each other. TR is the response to TS by another person. The foundation of TA is the theory of…

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    Freud is the father of the psychodynamic approach in psychology. This is interested in energy, or biological forces which influence the mind. This approach has a theory of personality which says it has 3 structures and is very influenced by the unconscious thoughts and experiences many which happened in our childhood. Freud’s main idea is the importance of the unconscious mind i.e. mental processes, as a theory that explains human behaviour. Freud believed that they were three parts to…

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    -Some of his areas of research are: human development, historical cultural theory, and development of thought and language (Lev). Albert Bandura. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://psychology.stanford.edu/abandura. B.F. Skinner. (2015). The Biography.com website. Retrieved from http://www.biography.com/people/bf-skinner-9485671…

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    19th Century Biography Research Paper Gabriela Therezo December 13, 2014 World History 2 Sigmund Freud, the Father of Psychoanalysis: an Eternal Man Gabriela Therezo Freud was a psychologist not like many others. Considered the father of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud was one of the most influential thinkers of all time, as his methods are still in use. Freud shaped psychology as it is today, and much of what goes on the psychiatric world nowadays happened because of him. He was born in…

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    Gregor Mendel, known as the “father of modern genetics”, he was born in Austria in 1822. Mendel was sent to a secondary school in Troppau to continue his education, he grew up in a German speaking family and graduated high school in 1840. After his graduation he went onto a 2-year program at the Philosophical Institute at Olmutz University. Around 1854, Mendel began to research the transmission of hereditary traits in plant hybrids. At the time of Mendel’s studies, it was a generally accepted…

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    Sigmund Freud, the father of Psychoanalysis created a theory of personality, which pioneered new approaches to understand human behavior. Psychoanalysis is a systematic structure, which recognizes the relationship between the conscious and unconscious mind. Freud established that our concealed wills, beliefs, urge, conflicts and even memories are held in the unconscious part of our psyche. In this theory, he describes the psyche structured into three parts called the id, ego, and superego. The…

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    S.W. is a 62-year-old female who suffers from schizophrenia, depression, suicidal ideation, and a complicated relationship with both her daughter and husband. Her current husband is from her third marriage with her daughter being from her first marriage. S.W. has been admitted before this hospitalization due to her depression, panic, and anxiety. She finds herself frequently experiencing auditory and visual hallucinations that constantly tell her that she is not good enough and is worthless.…

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    Michele takes an important step in his quest where he is able to balance both the female and male in his life. Michele, seeing that the adults aren 't around to look after their kids, assumes the role of a protector for his sister. At that pivotal moment, he transforms into a balanced human that is able to later become a responsible adult and father. First, in a society where there is a clear distinction between men and women, it practically impossible to find a person who is able to have both…

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    The two theorists I have explored in this assignment are Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung. I am looking at Freud’s concepts of: Transference and Counter- Transference & Defence Mechanisms – Rationalisation and Disavowal. Also I am using Jung’s concepts of: to deepen my understanding of the psychoanalytic approach to understand human behaviour. Freud Transference Transference is the return of a figure from childhood or the past. The patient is consequently transferring their feelings and reactions…

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    Psychodromatic Perspective is the place an expansive number of expressions from our step by step life begin from. The originator of investigation, Sigmund Freud, elucidated the human identity as like an ice sheet, with only a little measure of it being discernible, that is our unmistakable behavior, on the other hand it is the unaware, submerged identity that has the most, shrouded effect on our behavior. Freud used three essential frameworks for getting to the negligent identity: free alliance,…

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