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Date Created: 10/08/15
PSY 393 EXAM TWO REVIEW Review and know difference between Freud s concepts of resistance and catharsis Study the three structures of the mind and their related principles as well as the concepts of transference cathexis how does this differ from Jung s concept of value and fixation How does Freud s concept of libido differ from Jung s concept Review Carl Jung s research and therapy contributions as well as his approach to analysis of dreams Study Horney s concepts of basic anxiety real self the idealized selfimage and the three interpersonal styles moving toward moving against moving away in relation mental health and neurotic styles selfeffacing expansive resignation Is the idealized selfimage similar to Freud s concept of egoideal Know the difference between manifest and latent contents of dreams Study the concept of Freudian defense mechanisms from both book and lecture material Study the Book s presentation of Erikson s stage theory of development and how it is similar and differs from Freud s psychosexual stages Know Jung s basic principles of psychic operation and his typological approach to personality Understand Freud s discussion of the nature of instinctual drives Understand the factors related to the occurrence of Freudian regression As discussed in class study Jung s concept of levels of consciousness in relation to personality structures and review the main archetypes presented in book and class Review tyranny of the shoulds and neurotic claims in relation to each of Horney s discussion of her three neurotic styles Review Adler s position on mental health striving for superiority the role of the unconscious in causing behavior and social interest What is the basic catchword for Jung s concept of health Review concept of archetypes from both Book and lecture material How do archetypes differ from instincts Review the pleasure principle and what causes pleasure in relation to homeostasis Review Book s discussion of the basis of Adler s personality typology Study Jung s stages of psychotherapy Compare and contrast Freud Jung Adler and Horney in terms of the basis of neurosis Review Freud s stages of development and what personality traits result from psychic trauma unresolved con ict


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