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Lecture 9

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PSYC18H3
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PSYC18Lecture 9 3222012 100500 AM Slide 5Cultural social world is running away We all come from different cultures which have different rules Natural kind believes real emotion happy sad and experiences are homologous to animals Animals experience itInstinct should be in this areaFreud is building bridges between organic and noetic systems Slide 6Example of hunger Something goes on organically and manifests itself noetically What happen is that emotions are liberated instinctsSlide 7State of need of body prompts behavior He takes the model of personal growth and brings flexibility Slide 8Freud is beginning with the biological model that is found in the animal world and how the organisms functionThe tension reduction model is an organism function modelSlide 9Instincts are wired in there is no flexibility with itEmotions and feelings have a lot more flexibility built in them compared to instincts This is an important point We are not trappedburdenedcaught in an instinctual world Instincts are hard wired and emotions are liberated instinctsExample you can have a need but the nature of the object and situation become very complexUnconscious can be seen as where there is a border even within ourselves You cannot turn to yourself and look at yourself because there is negativity attached You can have urgesideas that are immiscible because of the society you live inMorality of cooperation rules are social construction and we have negotiating settlements regarding rules Rigid fixed rules little vs rules that are socially constructed olderPerson who was sexually abused when little buries it Unconscious is there to protect us from being overwhelmed from negative emotionsSlide 10We can have repressed ideas made into fantasies
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