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Chapter 6

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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYC85H3
Professor
Michelle Hilscher
Semester
Fall

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Chapter 6: Freud and Jung Introduction Freud popularized idea of unconsciousness The Unconscious Many meanings of unconsciousness o Lack consciousness (those that are capable and not) o Unconscious, but can come back Part of this def: affects beh. and can be activated by repressed things like dreams, and consciousness cant accept them [What Freud meant] Anton Mesmer: introduced concept of hypnosis Attributed hypnotic effects to animal magnetism o Animal magnetism: electrical field responsible for phenomena o Not realized Is psychologically real, but inaccessible [What Jung meant] o not attended to unconscious is used in familiar situations, conscious in new situations i.e. automatic and controlled Hard to distinguish between unconscious and separated consciousness Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) M.D. Ernst Brucke: taught Freud neurology o Believed every living this has attraction-repulsion Jean-Martin Charcot, Joseph Breuer (knew Freud) o Studied hysteria www.notesolution.com
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