General Psychology Lecture Notes
General Psychology Lecture Notes PSYC 166
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SIGMUND FREUD I. 4 Basic Studies A. Early Childhood Experiences B. Unconscious Motivation/Mental Process C. Psychosexual Stages D. The Structure of the Personality II. PsychoAnalysis A. Not as popular as it was 20 years ago 1. Too expensive 2. Long term treatment B. Now known as Psychodynamic Treatment III. Anything that was a body-satisfier was sexual IV. His followers wanted to lessen the sexual things A. Spiritual crisis B. Man’s nature V. Neo-Freudians A. Basics were still based on Freud’s B. Lessen the sexual driven ideas C. K. Horney, Erik Erikson, Eric Fromm, Carl Jung, Harry S. Sullivan, Alfred Adien, Dorothy Cantor VI. Freud discounted environmental influences than he should have according to the critiques VII. Psychosexual Stages A. Sex Driven 1. Sex and conflict in our culture contributes a great deal to our personalities B. Never an issue in the present times, but always an issue in the future C. Iceberg Theory 1. As each surface wears away, new stuff comes up to the surface D. Why sexual impulses vary from person to person 1. Attitudes 2. Enviornment 3. Physical makeup E. Early Childhood was a period of intense sexual curiousity 1. False Tales a) Brought into the world by storks b) Birth comes about through women’s intestines c) Women have male and female sex organs d) Women become pregnant by eating food such as watermelon 2. Conflict between sexual impulses and physical immaturity a) Possibility of relief causes more problems later on b) Relief Tactics: