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Lecture Notes 01.27-02.10

by: Catherine O'Brien

Lecture Notes 01.27-02.10 PSYCH UA 30-01

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Susan Andersen
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This 5 page Bundle was uploaded by Catherine O'Brien on Tuesday February 23, 2016. The Bundle belongs to PSYCH UA 30-01 at New York University taught by Susan Andersen in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 59 views. For similar materials see Personality in Psychlogy at New York University.


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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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