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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3q9IRY_VXPs
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    http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/understanding-the-id-ego-and-superego-in-psycholog.html
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sigmund_Freud
    http://www.freudfile.org/
    http://webspace.ship.edu/cgboer/freud.html
    http://www.iep.utm.edu/freud/
    http://users.rcn.com/brill/freudarc.html

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  3. msg Freud Reflection message posted Freud Reflection Share one thing you learned about Sigmund Freud in watching this documentary.
    Freud Reflection
    Share one thing you learned about Sigmund Freud in watching this documentary.
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  4. msg Psychoanalysis message posted Psychoanalysis According to Freud, one cornerstone of psychoanalysis is remembering and understanding the events o…
    Psychoanalysis
    According to Freud, one cornerstone of psychoanalysis is remembering and understanding the events of our childhood. Discuss ways in which our earliest experiences can affect who we are today.
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  8. page Id, Ego, Super Ego edited Id, Ego and Super EgoFreud's Psyche Freud divides the human Psyche into three distinct parts; The…
    Id, Ego and Super EgoFreud's Psyche
    Freud divides the human Psyche into three distinct parts; The id, the ego and the super ego.
    The "Id"
    The id contains all of our most basic animal and primitive impulses that demand satisfaction. Has an urge, impulse, or desire so strong that it just had to be satisfied ever overpowered you? A new car, sexual desire, a dream job? The answer is probably a resounding "Yes!" Where does such desire come from? According to Freud, desire comes from the part of your personality called the id. The id is a type of "container" that holds our desires and operates on the pleasure principle. Relentlessly driven by a force Freud called the libido, the collective energy of life's instincts and will to survive, the id must be satisfied!
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  9. page Id, Ego, Super Ego edited Id, Ego and Super EgoFreud's Psyche The "Id" ... holds our desires. desires and ope…
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    holds our desires.desires and operates on the pleasure principle. Relentlessly driven
    But don't give the id a bad rap. Where would you be without desire? Your desire pushes you through life; it leads you to seek the things you need to survive. Without it we'd die, or at the very least, we'd be really boring! So keep in mind that a large part of your personality consists of your desires and your attempts to satisfy them.
    The "Ego"
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    Psychoanalysis emphasizes the importance of unconscious mental processes and early child-development issues as they relate to childish impulses, childish wishes, immature desires, and the demands of reality.
    Freudian psychoanalysis refers to a specific type of treatment in which the "analysand" (analytic patient) verbalizes thoughts, including free associations, fantasies, and dreams, from which the analyst induces theunconscious conflicts causing the patient's symptoms and character problems, and interprets them for the patient to create insight for resolution of the problems.
    The specifics of the analyst's interventions typically include confronting and clarifying the patient's pathologicaldefenses, wishes and guilt. Through the analysis of conflicts, including those contributing to resistance and those involving transference onto the analyst of distorted reactions, psychoanalytic treatment can clarify how patients unconsciously are their own worst enemies: how unconscious, symbolic reactions that have been stimulated by experience are causing symptoms.

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