PY 370 Week 7 Notes
PY 370 Week 7 Notes PY 370
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Date Created: 10/09/15
Psychoanalysis Setting the Stage Witmer facilitated popularity of clinical psychology Notion that psychology exists to help people Psychoanalysis Theory mind and therapy Explains how mind works therapy to help with deep rooted issues Previously main theory taught in universities now outdated Freud most associated with this theory Modern remnants quothe s so anal dream interpretation quotFreudian slip Sigmund Freud founder of psychoanalysis Australian 6 kids Hated criticism craved fame stood by theory til death Neurology background Studied brain in med school Observed hypnosis on Paris trip 9 interest in mindbehavior Main thoughts Emphasis on childhood experience Unconscious desires typically animalistic sexual Archaeology analogy dig deep to find underlying thoughts desires 1St Case Anna O sees Freud for hallucinations hysteria quottalked away problems w probing questions Discovery bad relationship w dad 9 abnormal symptoms Repressed Memories Stored in unconscious mind Too traumatic to process Buried well analogy psychoanalysis to reach thoughts at bottom of quotwellquot Repressed memories 9 abnormal symptoms Root of problem Ex Batman Childhood trauma parents murder 9 Dissociative Identity Disorder as adult Dreams way to experience unfulfilled innermost desires Infantile and sexual Can t act upon them during the day Forgotten for protection handled by superego Road 9 unconscious mind Freudian slip Saying things you don t mean reveals unconscious desire ie sex fantasies about mom we all have them Psychosexual Stages Personality comes from progression through stages Can get stuck fixated 5 stages 1 Oral birth 18 months a Pleasure through mouth breastfeeding etc b Weaned too early9 fixation 9 excessive gum chewing cigarette smoking etc 2 Anal 2 4 years a toilet draining control feces i go when have to reduced dependence on parents b anal or quotanal retentive hold in too much 9 OCD control issues 3 Phallic 4 7 years a gender awareness b Oedipus Complex boy loves mom hates dad c Electra complex quotpenis envy 9 daughter rejects mom i Converse of Oedipus Complex 4 Latent 7 11 years a sex drive low minimal development 5 Genital 12 death a pleasure from genitals b focus sex Pneumonic Device gld Age Bensioners Love grapes Do better 9 1 on exam 109 Freud in US Stanley Hall invited Freud to Clark for anniversary quottalk of the century Big new idea Repressed memories sexual desires 9 mental illness Well received by prominent psychologists present Titchener structuralism and William James functionalism Psychoanalysis courses being offered in universities most popular idea in psych Major fame for Freud nationwide and worldwide Rules Make client comfortable physically and emotionally no judging Couch for comfort and ease of hypnosis Facing away goes back to comfort therapist s judgment not visible Listener psychoanalyst s role not to talk much trigger admissions not convo Confidentiality anonymity sparks deeperdarker confessions Time intensive and costly Many sessions and mult times per wk Technigues Free association talking about single word whatever comes to mind ie work or family Goal word 9 diversion to deeper thoughts not directly related to original prompt Gives analyst foothold to ask more probing question long pauses indicator of repressed memories time for probing questions Ink blots Rorschach Ambiguous 9 unconscious interpretation Subjective not objective test Norms mental illness perceptions differ from average individual Secret not released to public internet hoaxes Scoring complex lots of training to administer time to complete movement Often recorded Problems Projective Valid Principles regression repression 9 reversion to earlier stage abreaction release of repressed emotions cathartic reaction reliving event goal of psychotherapy conflict between opposite factions of psyche pleasure principle v reality principle Pleasure principle immediate gratification Reality principle opposes pleasure principle Iceberg model Tip conscious majority below surface subconscious Id ego superego Late addition to theory developed at age 65 Levels of psyche conflict in subconscious
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