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University of Toronto St. George
Maja Djikic

Lecture 2 Slide 3  Fainting: when someone tripped him he just never got up and pretended to be fainted. Slide 5  You would focus on answer whereas he focused on reaction time  He called a word, which triggered something a complex. Slide 10  Freud though the secret wound is sexual but Jung disagreed and that is where they split.  In schizophrenia you couldn't do this to get rid of the problem. Slide 11  Jung thought he found a lie detector test.  Why won’t it work? People can cheat it.  The assessor doesn't know what are complexes are so we can control what we say, sweating, etc. Slide 12  Jung had his own theories so it affected Freud when they split. Slide 13  Freud said dream is what you consciously wanted to happen sexually.  Jung said we should keep our thoughts/dreams/daydreams to a threatening point and let imagination take over.  We normally stop and get back on topic when we realize we shouldn’t continue thinking past a certain point about an inappropriate topic. Slide 16  Freud talked about personal wishes to repress.  Unconscious as active and moving.  Every bit if you that is repressed, goes to another pile and becomes you.  Jung: exploring dreams and linking them to reality.  We need to be in touch with reality. Example: Thinking your going to get a job because you have __ and __ qualities. But you don't know the full map accurately.  People self deceive because they think they'll be shattered by this knowledge. They blame other people for it.  We are all linked because we have similar experiences.  All aspects of unconscious experience that doesn't have to do with me as a person but me as a human is called collective unconscious. Slide 17  1. Archetypical image is what comes to your mind.  One archetype is parents. Not our mother or our father but great mother and great father, people to help us with problems.  We all have similar bodies. This allows us to create a language that lets us know what goes on in other people’s bodies.  Common symbols that work for all of us because of shared stuff. Example: wedding ring being a circle, turning in a circle to view the horizon.  Heuristics is a mental thing that varies by culture. It can be unconscious as well. Archetype is universal.  Archetype is innate and that is why we all share it and it’s universal.  3. They’re in your mind although you never learned about it. Slide 18  1. People think if you put a mask it’s to hide but it’s not like that. Example: in theatre using a mask of a king, villain, etc. You are communicating different roles.  Example: lecture is a particular social situation (you don’t yell, you take notes), this is your persona but you don't have to identify with it. You have accepted the roles of this persona.  b. If you don't know what persona is and use it as a mask instead of communicating in a situation, that is problematic.  When you leave work to go home, you leave that persona and take another persona at home where you’re a partner, husband, etc.  Example: walking into the restaurant and waiter tells you what their job is (I’m your server, here’s your menu, etc.). People get mad and say my server wasn’t good I’m not going to leave a tip. This is because you have expectations but their persona is how they behave as a server and their job is to serve you not make you happy.  c. When you have a situation where roles change quickly, and all your life your persona was a lecturer, and you got fired, that is problematic. This happens to women in their roles as mothers or men in their occupational roles. People can sometimes not understand who they are because they are not in a role so they retire, eat less, are more stressful and die fast.  Freud thought trauma is sexual.  Dissonance in persona occurs for sudden changes in roles people can’t control. Slide 19  b. If I dedicate myself I can explore
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