Freuds Psychoanalytic Personality Theory

PSY/405 v6

Freud’s Psychoanalytic Personality Theory

PSY/405 v6

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Freuds Psychoanalytic Personality Theory

Levels of Mental Life

A. Unconscious: <insert definition>

B. Preconscious: <insert definition>

C. Conscious: <insert definition>

Provinces of the Mind

A. Id: <insert definition>

1. <insert additional details>

2. <insert additional details>

3. <insert additional details>

B. Ego: <insert definition>

1. <insert additional details>

2. <insert additional details>

3. <insert additional details>

C. Superego: <insert definition>

1. <insert additional details>

2. <insert additional details>

3. <insert additional details>

Dynamics of Personality

A. Drives: <insert definition>

1. Libido: <insert definition>

2. Sex: <insert definition>

a. <insert additional details>

b. <insert additional details>

c. <insert additional details>

d. <insert additional details>

e. <insert additional details>

3. Aggression: <insert definition>

a. <insert additional details>

b. <insert additional details>

c. <insert additional details>

B. Anxiety: <insert definition>

1. <insert additional details>

2. <insert additional details>

3. <insert additional details>

Defense Mechanisms

A. Defense mechanisms: <insert definition>

B. Repression: <insert definition>

1. <insert example>

C. Reaction formation: <insert definition>

1. <insert example>

D. Displacement: <insert definition>

1. <insert example>

E. Fixation: <insert definition>

1. <insert example>

F. Regression: <insert definition>

1. <insert example>

G. Projection: <insert definition>

1. <insert example>

H. Introjection: <insert definition>

1. <insert example>

I. Sublimation: <insert definition>

1. <insert example>

Stages of Development

A. Infantile period: <insert definition>

1. oral phase: <insert definition>

2. anal phase: <insert definition>

3. phallic phase: <insert definition>

B. Latency period: <insert definition>

C. Genital period: <insert definition>

D. Maturity: <insert definition>

Strengths and Limitations

A. Strengths:

1. <insert additional details>

2. <insert additional details>

3. <insert additional details>

B. Limitations:

1. <insert additional details>

2. <insert additional details>

3. <insert additional details>

Write a summary of how the components of the theory work together and how the elements of a useful theory apply to this theory.

<Insert 150- to 175-word summary>

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