Which stage of the unconcious is "just below the surface"
What level occurs when some memories are traumatic we are kept at this level to allow us to function normally?
At what level are we directly aware of our thoughts and feelings?
what level represents long term memory?
what level contains biological instincts drives and desires which would disturb us if conscious, but infuence our behaviour?
what level is "deep below the surface"?
How many psychosexual stages are there?
What is the second stage?
What does the phallic stage consist of?
the oedipus complex
the electra complex
gratification at this stage comes from withholding/expelling faeces
fixation at thisstage leads to homosexuality
What happens at the latency stage?
period of relative mental calm
sexual energy is focused on peers and school
sexual desires are conscious
pleasure is gained from penis/clitoris
At what age does the aal stage take place?
At what level do the oral, anal and phallic stages occur?
what is the defense mechaism called that keeps conflicts in the unconscious?
What is a feature of the Id?
operates entirely unconsciously
operates according to the reality principle, reducing conflict between the two other structures of personality
represents a person's conscious and ideal sef
What structure of personality operates at both unconsciously and consciously?
Which stage's job is it to reduce the conflict between the two other stages?
Which stage operates according to the morality principle
which stage operates according to the reality principle
which stage develops at the phallic stage?
Are defense mechanisms resoures ued by the superego to prevent painful unconscious conflicts becoming conscious?
Which defense mechanism redirects threatening impulses to something socially acceptable
whats an example of projection?
Punching a wall instead of your boss
being friendly to someone you hate
telling yourself grades dont matter after failing an exam
what is 'attributing your own unacceptable impulse to someone else'
what is projection?
transferring impulses to an innocent/neutral target
redirection of threatening impulses to something socially acceptable
removal of the emotional aspect of an event by logical analysis
what defense mechanism is joining the army/ taking up boxing
why was Dora referred to freud by her father?
she was sick
she tried to commit suicide
she loved her father
What symptoms did Dora have?
loss of voice
Did Freud believe Dora's story about being sexually assulted by Herr K?
Why did freud claim she had all these symptoms?
she loved herr k
she hated herr k
she was jealous
What are the strenghs of this approach?
has practical applications