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Chapter 13 - Psychology
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a person's characteristic patterns of behaving, thinking, and feeling
Freud's term for his theory of personality and his therapy for treating psychological disorders
the thoughts, feelings, sensations, or memories of which a person is aware at any given moment
the thoughts feelings, and memories that a person is not consciously aware of at the moment but that may be easily brought to consciousness
for Freud, the primary motivating force of human behavior, containing repressed memories as well as instincts, wishes, and desires that have never been conscious
the unconscious system of the personality, which contains the life and death instincts and operates on the pleasure principle; source of the libido
in Freud's theory, the logical, rational, largely conscious system of personality, which operates according to the reality principle
the moral system of the personality, which consists of the conscience and the ego ideal
a means used by the ego to defend against anxiety and to maintain self-esteem
a defense mechanism in which one involuntarily removes painful or threatening memories, thoughts, or perceptions from consciousness or prevents unconscious sexual and aggressive impulses from breaking into conciousness
a series of stages through which the sexual instinct develops; each stage is defined by an erogenous zone around which conflict arises
arrested development at psychosexual stage occurring because of excessive gratification or frustration at that stage
occurring in the phallic stage, a conflict in which the child is sexually attracted to the opposite-sex parent and feels hostility toward the same parents
in Jung's theory, the layer of the unconscious that contains all of the thoughts, perceptions, and experiences accessible to the conscious, as well as repressed memories, wishes, and impulses
existing in the collective unconscious, an inherited tendency to respond to universal human situations in particular ways
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