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Chapter 2

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PSYC 370
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Robert Ley

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CHAPTER 2PSYCHODYAMIC first paradigm psychoanalysisfreud behaviour both overt beh we see and covert that we cant see derives from motive forces in the person physics dynamids is the study of forces that produce motion or action influenced by scientific world view of the body as a machine like any other to by understood systematically the 4 other theories in chapt 2 and 3 are in the lineage of this paradigm 3 ego psychs and 1analytic psych by Jung freud the mindscientific object like body parts but isnt corporeal doesnt have substance like body parts do treating mind like materialexplains how ppl are captive to wishesurgesinhibitions that drive their beh there is a conflict between peoples motives demanding constant gratification and societys control about when ppl may satisfy their motivesstrong motiveshaving societys rules internalized in your psychologypsychodistress personality find realistic ways of ensuring gratification and impose restrains where necessary dynamic view ppl never let up ppl are never quiet even while sleep we are not internally peacefulat rest summary of psychodyanmics the driving dorces that impel us to actthe regulating forces that hold impulses back and how these 2 direct beh toward less fulfilling but allowable actionslike vectors in physics that express the magnitude of forces and their direction5 points to keep in mind1 science freuds education of medical science influenced his theory based his theory on the sci of his day2 hysteria applied charchots learning about hysteria to his practise hysteriafocal disorder in dev of psychoanalysis3 method of free association to findneurosis was discovered partly by luck by patients tells you source of symptoms very vert impt to dev of PA theory4 resistance repressions unconscious helped freud to understand war btw urge and ego basic elements of PA5 theory of neurosis changed when freud stopped thinking that sexual trauma early in life was inconsistent and started thinking that it was consistent with the facts that patients became psychologically ill BC of urgeswishes intolerable to them the theory advanced a lot when he started thinking this Fractional hypothesespart theories ppthingsl who influenced frued bruke charcot Viennese scienceculture PA theoryMade in Vienna date of manufacture circa 1900 PAfirst scientific theory of personality PA influences a lot of personality theories and influences our lives Changed everything from PA anxiety repression psychological conflict catharsis getting pent up emotion out unconscious mind freud we are products of our childhood basis of personalities PA we act from motives were unaware ofFREUD HISTORYCONTEXT all the stuff that influenced PA born 1850 in Freiberg Czech republic in central Europe went to uni of Vienna was poor firstborn of youthful mother family favouritejewish lived in ghetto moved to Vienna Germanfirst language urban sophisticated world freud said he hated it but never left liberal periof in history and antiSemitism was present but low antiSemitism denied Freud the academic career he dreamed of in 1880s
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