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One quality of personality is_______ in thinking, feeling, and actung.
Is an important quality of personality because it is used to explain why everyone does not act the same in similar situations.
The text defines personality as the consistent and ____ thoughts feelings and behaviors in which an individual engages
Is a philosophy of life that conceived of people as being unique independent entities that are separate from their social surroundings
Philosophy of life emphasizing group needs and desires over those of the individual
Signing Frued was originally trained as this
Signing freuds study of ___ anesthesia a neurological like condition for which
Dr. Youngo believes that our personality is set in any early childhood and is driven by unconscious and sexual impulses that we poorly understand. Her beliefs reflect the ___ perspective of personality development.
Our _____ mind is the relatively small part of our mind that we are aware of at the moment, like the top of the iceberg that is visible above the surface water
According to Sigmund Freud, those mental processes that are not currently conscious, but could become so at any moment, are contained in the _____.
Examples of ___ material might include your parents' phone number or a conversation you had yesterday with a friend
The unconscious mind
As discussed int he text, Sigmund Freud proposed that the mind is like an iceberg. What makes up the biggest part of this iceberg?
The ___ mind is driven by biological urges that have been shaped by our evolutionary history, and it contains thoughts, desires, feelings, and memories that are not consciously available to us but that nonetheless shape our everyday behavior.
Examples of ____ material are painful, forgotten memories from childhood, hidden feelings of hostility toward someone you profess to like, and sexual urges that would create intense anxiety if you became aware of them.
The id, the go, and the superego
What are the three subcomponents of Sigmund Freud's structural model of the mind?
Sigmund Freud's model of the mind is sometimes called a ____ model.
Which of the following contains the basic drives for reproduction, survival, and aggression?
The process by which the id seeks to immediately satisfy its current desire is called the ____ principle.
According to Sigmund Freud, the ___ principle guides the ego in finding socially acceptable outlets for gratification of the id.
four to five years of age
According to Sigmund Freud, the super ego develops at approximately what age?
cultural norms and values
According to Sigmund Freud, the superego represents the internalization of ____ into our minds.
According to Sigmund Freud, the ____ generates behavior that balances the demands of both the id and the superego.
Freud contended that our personality develops through a series of _____ stages.
Each of Sigmund Freud's stages of personality development focuses on a part of the body referred to as ___ zones.
What refers to the tendency to persist in pleasure seeking behaviors associated with an earlier unresolved psychosexual stage?
inability to resolve the conflicts of that stage
According to Sigmund Freud, what causes a person to become fixated in a psychosexual stage?
During Freud's ____ stage, babies derive a great deal of pleasure from sucking, biting, and chewing.
He is fixated in the oral stage
Your boyfriend doesn't smoke, and enjoys eating as much as most people. After learning about Freudian theory, which of the following explains his behavior?
He may be fixated in the oral stage
Your uncle is extremely clingy and emotionally dependent on others. Given the fact that he smokes three packs of cigarettes per day, is an incessant talker, and constantly chews on his fingernails, which of the following would Sigmund Freud say that your uncle is experiencing?
Anisha is three years old and is in process of being potty trained by her father. She is in Freud's ___ stage.
Adults who are excessively neat and orderly would be characterized by Sigmund Freud as being fixated in the ____ stage.
overly relaxed or strict toilet training
what may cause someone to become fixated in Sigmund Freud's anal stage.
In freud's phallic stage, from where is pleasure derived?
identification with the other-sex parent
What causes someone to become fixated in Sigmund Freud's phallic stage?
The Oedipus complex experiences by boys is similar to the ___ experienced by girls.
They must identify with the rival same-sex parent.
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