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Personality Chpt 12

neo-freudian psychology mostly dead, see patients, look inside self, looked at history, and drew conclusions
ego psychology looks less like classic psychoanalysis and more like mainstream psychology
organ inferiority someone physically weak as a child will strive for a physical strength as an adult
masculine protest overcompensating behavior
collective unconscious all people share inborn "racial" memories and ideas, most of which are reside in the unconscious
archetypes the core how people think about the world both consciously and unconsciously
persona the social mask everyone wears in public
anima the idea or prototype of the female as held in the mind of a male
animus the idealized image of the male as held in the mind of a female
attachment theory focuses on patterns of relationships with others that are consistently repeated with different patterns throughout life