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Mental Final BP

Mental Health and Illness Final BP

Freud believed that early experiences continue to influence people throughout their lives. He also theorized that dreams give clues to the persons unconscious mind.
Frued's psychoanalytic techniques encourage individuals to speak freely about anything that comes to mind.
Freud divided the mind into how many parts? 3
Freud parts of the mind: Id the part of the personality containing basic instincts and urges.
Freud parts of the mind: Ego it is the "i", the part of the personality that develops to respond to the realities and problems of everyday life.
Freud parts of the mind: Superego The persons conscience and the internalized concept of the IDEAL self.
Freuds theory of development of personality is called psychosexual development
Freud believed after observing behaviors in children that the personality was fully developed by age 12
Defense Mechanisms: Acting out Using action instead of thoughts or feelings to respond to stress or emotional distress.
Defense Mechanisms are thoughts and behaviors that distort reality to protect the self.
Defense Mechanisms: Altruism dealing with emotional conflict by meeting the needs of others, receiving gratification either vicariously or from the reactions of others.
Created by: christinego