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Understanding of Dreams. A Review (the id, ego and Super Ego) . Conscious and preconscious (some) level is your ego Preconscious and Unconscious is your id Super Ego works at every level. According to Freud, dreams were disguised , hallucinatory fulfilment of repressed wishes. .

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Understanding

of

Dreams.

a review the id ego and super ego
A Review (the id, ego and Super Ego)

Conscious and preconscious (some) level is your ego

Preconscious and Unconscious is your id

Super Ego works at every level

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According to Freud, dreams weredisguised,hallucinatoryfulfilmentofrepressedwishes.

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but were also invariably expressions ofwish-fulfilmentsdating from earlychildhood.

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Dreams, he believed, gaveindirect expressions toinfantilesexual wisheswhich had been repressed and which,…

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Because these wishes areunacceptableand potentiallydisturbing, they arecensoredanddisguised.

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Freud described the mental processes, or “dream-work”, by which the dream was modified and rendered less disturbing.

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Displacement, in which a potentially disturbing image or idea is replaced by something connected but less disturbing;

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Symbolization, in which some neutral object stands for some aspect of sexual life or those persons connected with it which the dreamer would prefer not to recognize.

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This latent content could be ascertained only when thedreamer’s associationsto the images in the dream had been subjected topsychoanalytical scrutinyandinterpretation.

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There were many other forms of

dreams e.g.traumatic

dreams,anxiety dreamsetc.

for homework
For Homework
  • Review your Dream Chart and Notes
  • Complete a RAFT
    • Role: Sigmund Freud
    • Audience: James Fowler
    • Format: Pub Argument
    • Topic: What should we make of the Golden Carp?