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Freud’s theories were filled with sweeping generations. He formulated a theory for all humankind based on a small sample of upper class Viennese women. His theories don’t account for people of different cultures or social status. His theories were they not supposed to be clinical would be considered discriminatory and prejudice today especially when it came to women and homosexual behavior.
Published by carol roach 71 months ago in Psychology | +1 votes | 3 comments
Freud was the founder of modern psychology but his methods were not scientific. He based his work on the information his patients told him and he also made huge inferences about what their situations could mean. He never took notes and based much of his theories on his own recollection of what had been told to him.
Published by carol roach 71 months ago in Psychology | +1 votes | 3 comments
Freud held two theories on child sexual abuse. At first he said that his patients were suffering from mental disorders due to being raped by their father in childhood. However, that theory was very controversial in his day. Freud later changed his theory to fantasies. He said that the women were not actually raped but fantasized about being rape. This led the cornerstone of his theory, the Oedipus complex.
Published by carol roach 71 months ago in Psychology | +3 votes | 1 comments
Gregory Bateson was the pioneer in family communications. He was given a grant to study family messages and communication within families of patients suffering with schizophrenia. He assembled a team of eclectic individuals who had many interests from animal behavior to studies humor and fantasy. This work was done in the early 1950s.
Published by carol roach 71 months ago in Psychology | +4 votes | 5 comments
At the basis of Freudian psychology is the idea of neurotic anxiety and repressed thoughts. Because Freud’s model is a sexual tension model, these sexual urges produced by the Id are unconscious urges. Because these urges are unacceptable they are buried deep in the psyche. They are repressed. When these urges surface, the individual feels anxiety, which is the trigger for the ego to jump into action and curtail these urges.
Published by carol roach 71 months ago in Psychology | +4 votes | 1 comments
Freud determined that there are four stages in which a person must go through in order to develop his or her personality. The oral stage is the first stage where the baby derives pleasure from feeding and sucking. The Oral stage provides pleasure through elimination during toilet training. The phallic stage is the stage when a child explores his or her own genitalia. The Genital stage is the only stage developed in adulthood.
Published by carol roach 71 months ago in Psychology | +4 votes | 4 comments
Those who suffer from mild panic attacks often do not know what they are going through. Anxiety attacks, even mild ones can greatly affect the lives of those who suffer from it. Knowing what causes mild anxiety attacks is the best way to control such attacks and not let it take over your life. Here are 6 symptoms of panic attacks that you should be aware of.
Published by toiken 233 months ago in Psychology | +0 votes | 0 comments
Most people smile often, even if they are not happy. This is because a smile does not always mean that a person is feeling joy. The motivation behind a smile may be positive, or it could be sinister, or stem from a desire to be proper and polite. We give little thought to smiling, as it is so common. However, there may be more to a simple smile then you imagine.
Published by B W1 71 months ago in Psychology | +3 votes | 1 comments
It can be interesting and useful to understand what motivates individuals. Knowing what makes them tick can help you converse more smoothly, and really know them better. Communicating with people is easy once you know their predominant sense, and can be even simpler once you understand the major motivation which contributes to their actions and thoughts.
Published by B W1 71 months ago in Psychology | +3 votes | 2 comments
Just about every freshman college student learns about Freud. There are three aspects of personality; the Id, ego, and superego. The Id is our basic animal instinct for all our pleasures, the ego is the reality part of our mind and the superego is our conscience. They are always at play, within us, but when the three are at odds with each other and the situation cannot be rectified this is when mental illness occurs according to Freud.
Published by carol roach 71 months ago in Psychology | +6 votes | 7 comments
The most widely known model for mental illness is the psychoanalytic model founded by Freud almost one hundred years ago. Not all of the theory is used today but parts of it have been modified to fit today’s society. Freud postulated that the mind was divided into three major parts. The very first part surfaced at birth and was biological in nature.
Published by carol roach 71 months ago in Psychology | +3 votes | 2 comments
This is an article for any one who has felt depressed or anxious. Depression and anxiety are very common. The symptoms are very real and affect millions of people. You are not alone. There are millions who feel the same way. Here are some daily tricks to help you reduce your feelings of depression and anxiety.
Published by Samantha Thompson 71 months ago in Psychology | +1 votes | 0 comments
Your mind is infinitely capable of creation. Your imagination is vast and just waiting to be tapped into. It may not seem this way if you experience writers block, or find it difficult to think of creative subjects to focus on when painting however. You can address this problem by stimulating the right side of your brain.
Published by B W1 71 months ago in Psychology | +5 votes | 1 comments
Have you ever recognized that having a good grumble can make you feel good, but pondered why this may be so? Moaning and groaning may be annoying to listeners who are not joining in, but it can serve a purpose. Sometimes the very things we complain about are precious to us and help us in life.
Published by B W1 71 months ago in Psychology | +1 votes | 1 comments
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