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Basic Freud Facts

Basic info on Freud and his Theories

InfoTerm/Answer
Sigmund Freud's daughter's name? Anna
Anna is important because...? She furthered hsi work and made it more practical.
Anna Freud's worked focused on? Children
Freud was in this field which led him to psychology. Neurologist
Freud's focused on this theory. Psychoanalytic Theory
A conscious effort to deal with stress or uncomfortable situations. coping strategy
Unconscious efforts to deal with stress and negative situations. Defense Mechanisms
When you "accidentally" say something you did not mean to say, or possibly misspeak. Freudian Slip
Internal Control or motivation Intrinsic
External Control or motivation Extrinsic
Latitudinal Looking at a wide range of subjects, but at one moment in time.
Longitudinal Looking at subjects over a longer period of time.
Created by: dsalvucci