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What year was Sigmund Freud born?
In 1930, who was the Director of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children?
Thomas John Barnardo
What is the Fraudian analysis?
Understanding of the human psyche requires intensive long term training of the Analyst
Providing sufficient and necessary conditions to change.
Understanding of the human anatomy does not require long term training, but an intensive analysis of humanistic approaches is.
Understanding of the human psyche, is not a task that requires intensive study, but rather an intensive study of the prefrontal cortex.
Complete the following, Humanism rose in the late 1950s as a...
Which of the following best describes the Preconscious?
Contact with the outside world.
Well below surface of awareness: difficult to retrieve.
Primary process thinking.
Material just beneath the surface of awareness.
Humanistic psychology is the belief that ____, _____, and ____, are the strongest driving forces in life.
Ego, ethics and morals
Morality, ethical values and good intentions
selfishness, superego and lust
Morality, ethical disregard and unjust intentions
Rogerian Therapy is centred around a...
Non-Directive Reflective Approach
Directive Reflective Approach
Directive Non-Reflective Approach
Non Directive Non Reflective Approach
What is the Superego?
The executive part of the personality
The judicial part of the personality
The seat of the instincts, needs and wants
Conflict between ego and sexual drive
What is the 'ID' ruled by?
What is the ego ruled by?
What is the superego ruled by?
Thanatos is described as?
Innate human urges
Human driving force
What is the conscious?
Rational reality awareness.
Habits, denial, habitual repetitive patterns we are semi-aware of.
Dreams of symbolic representations of unconscious needs.
What is the unconscious?
Dreams of symbolic representations of needs, inner conflicts and unfulfilled wishes.
Habits, denial, habitual repetitive patterns we are semi-aware of
Anxiety is composed of three types of anxiety, reality anxiety is best described as?
Reaction to real threats from the the external environment.
Arising from the potential violation of the individual conscience.
Generated when instinctual urges (ID) threaten to surface levels of consciousness and pose a danger to Ego integrity.
Habits, denial and habitual repetitive patterns.