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Chpt 14 textbook notes final

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Psychology
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PSYA02H3
Professor
John Bassili

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Chapter 14: Personality
Locus of Control (Julian Rotter)
oInternal locus of control (control own fate)
oExternal locus of control (controlled by external forces)
Psychodynamic approach (Sigmund Freud)
opsychic energy
Suppression of psychic energy neuroticism (in unconsciousness)
Repression of traumatic events
oId, ego, superego (ice berg)
Iibido (Id) pleasure principle
Reality principle (ego)
Conscience & ego-ideal (superego)
Unconscious, conscious, pre-conscious
Two drives:
oSexual instinctual drive
oAggressive instinctual drive
Internalized prohibitions (protection of guilt)
Compromise formation (compromise b/w id and superego)
Manifest content of a dream
Latent content
Free association
oMethod of analysis where patient reports all thoughts/ feelings
Defence Mechanisms (active when id & superego conflict)
oRepression
oReaction formation
oProjection
oSublimation
oRationalization
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Chapter 14: Personality Locus of Control (Julian Rotter) o Internal locus of control (control own fate) o External locus of control (controlled by external forces) Psychodynamic approach (Sigmund Freud) o psychic energy Suppression of psychic energy neuroticism (in unconsciousness) Repression of traumatic events o Id, ego, superego (ice berg) Iibido (Id) pleasure principle Reality principle (ego) Conscience & ego-ideal (superego) Unconscious, conscious, pre-conscious Two drives: o Sexual instinctual drive o Aggressive instinctual drive Internalized prohibitions (protection of guilt) Compromise formation (compromise bw id and superego) Manifest content of a dream Latent content Free association o Method of analysis where patient reports all thoughts feelings Defence Mechanisms (active when id & superego conflict) o Repression o Reaction formation o Projection o Sublimation o Rationalization www.notesolution.com
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