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Psych Final.

Psychology final

An individuals characteristic pattern of thinking, feeling and acting is his or her: Personality
A psychotherapist instructs Dane to relax, close his eyes, and state aloud whatever thoughts come to mind no matter how trivial or absurd. The therapist is using a technique known as: Free association
According to Freud, the unconscious is: the thoughts, wishes, feelings, and memories, of which we are largely unaware
According to a psychoanalytic theory, the part of the personality that strives for immediate gratification of basic drives is the: id
Bruce wants to be a loving husband but at the same time want to express his disgust for so of his wife's habits. according to Freud, Bruce's_________ might enable him to partially satisfy both desires Ego
Freud suggested that the process of identification is most directly responsible for the development of______ The Superego
According to Freud, defense mechanisms are used by_____ ego to prevent threatening impulses from being consciously recognized
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