Lecture Notes 01.27-02.10
Lecture Notes 01.27-02.10 PSYCH UA 30-01
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Date Created: 02/23/16
Jan. 27th, 2016 01 February 2016 Freud Structures Id (Pleasure Principle instant pleasure/gratification) born with this repository of instinctual drive: libido (infantile sexuality/urge) How does the Id think (what process)? Primary Process Thinking: unlike conscious ordinary, everyday life that defines how we see ourselves Dream States: time/space are not the same as they are in daily, conscious life Not linear, rational, or logical (but highly symbolic Ego (Reality Principle only part that can interface w/ reality) Secondary Process Learning: acquired over time (partly learned) and is opposite of Primary Process Thinking Some what more Linear, rational, and logical Daydreaming (similar bc you know you’re really standing on the ground even if you’re thinking about being on the clouds) Freud doesn’t think reality matters, only that drive shapes the pleasure you are able to attain and the level of pain you are likely to be able to handle Slave to 3 harsh masters: Id, Superego, and Reality Superego “Perfection”: do not be disgusting, vile, and grotesque in your thoughts bc those who love you will punish you Conscience comes about “Ego Ideal”: have to live up to the ideal of the same sex parent figure bc they can’t have the opposite one Instincts, Source (reality), Aim (Gratification/discharge of tension), Object Constency Principle is to bring all tension to zero Libido migrates throughout the body where you begin to seek and obtain pleasure from whatever part it is in 02: libido migrates/located around the mouth ( oral fixation) 23: Anus (anal fixation 35: “genital” hallic fixation castration anxiety oedipal complex
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