PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Dissociative Identity Disorder, Carl Jung, Hogwarts

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Getting a letter from hogwarts, becoming a pok mon trainer, etc. Personal perceptions of magic" morph and change. The naivet one holds will transform itself as one grows up; one"s perceptions will change, because one frames them so. Carl jung: people will do anything, mo matter how absurd, to avoid facing their own souls. There are things to keep in mind regarding psychopathology. As one matures, an open, vibrant personality may become rigidi ed. People naturally organize (and consolidate) their strengths, while contrasting their own weaknesses: as people grow, this frame is only reinforced, e. g. assimilating/contrasting to one"s parents/upbringing. In this point of our lives, we frame our outlooks for life that we are beings meant to suffer": we thus hold ourselves against the internalized emotions he have; doing so makes us feel ne and justi ed. While this is a secure frame, it bounds people to reality, childhood loses its.

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