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  1. Mini Quiz • 1.According to Freud, the internal structure of the mind consists of • a. the oral, anal, and phallic stages. • b. the id, ego, and superego. • c. libido and Thanatos. • d. psychic energy and psychic conflict.

  2. Mini Quiz • 2. If you are experiencing psychic conflict, the conflict is between or among your • a. libido and Thanatos. • b. preconscious, conscious, or unconscious minds. • c. id, ego, or superego. • d. psychic energy and libido.

  3. Mini Quiz • 3. The assumption of psychic determinism leads directly to the conclusion that many of the important things that go on in the mind are • a. conscious. • b. accidental. • c. unconscious. • d. the result of free will.

  4. Mini Quiz • 4. Freud found that many of his patients' problems were cured through • a. the administration of therapeutic drugs. • b. training them to repress painful experiences. • c. electroconvulsive shock therapy. • d. simply talking about their problems.

  5. Mini Quiz • 5) Hmmmmm……. • A) • B) • C) • D)

  6. Parts of the Mind

  7. Consciousness • Conscious • Preconscious • Unconscious

  8. The Mind

  9. The Mind CS PCS UCS

  10. The Mind CS PCS UCS ID

  11. The Mind CS PCS UCS Ego ID

  12. The Mind CS PCS UCS Ego Superego ID

  13. Therapy • Most psychological problems are a result of issues in the UCS • Conflicts in the UCS between id, ego, superego • Goal of therapy is to make the UCS CS! • Catharsis • Deal with is rationally • Map the mind

  14. Therapy • How? • Dreams • UCS “pops” out • Manifest vs. Latent content • Did not believe in universal symbols • Meaning vary for each individual

  15. Therapy • Hypnosis • Used early in career • Free association • Psychic Determinism • Nothing is random! • “Talking Cure” • Accidents

  16. Therapy • Transference • The tendency to bring ways of thinking that developed with one important person into a later relationship with a different person • Good tool for therapists • Can be dangerous

  17. Therapy • What happens when the UCS starts to become CS? • Person starts to feel worse! • Anxiety • Many people try “not to think about it” because of this

  18. Therapy • Important for a therapeutic alliance to occur • Bond between therapist and client • Helps client deal with this anxiety • This usually takes many years

  19. Cons • Nonverifiable • Theory of development not consistent with the data • Theory developed from a limited and homogenous population – young, female, and behavioral symptoms were similar • Sexist

  20. Pros • Emphasizes the importance of childhood • Attempts to understand unconscious forces • Defense mechanisms

  21. Why Important • A complete theory of personality • Shows what a theory should look like • Still influences therapy • Talking cure • free association • billing for missed appointments

  22. Why Important • Culture • “Why did you really do that” • “Looking for a father figure” • “Uptight” • “What is he trying to overcompensate about?” • “Letting it all hang out”

  23. A & F

  24. “You think he's overcompensatingfor something?"

  25. Why Important • Asked the right questions • Dreams • Humor • Early life • Sexual attraction • Love • Anxiety • Modern day researchers are still looking for answers to these questions!