Chapter 4 Freud's Psychoanalytic Theory: Applications...

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Chapter 4 Notes And Book Coverage


 
  
Created Apr 20, 2011
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Freud's tool of assessment free association technique
 
Valid but not efficient, so Freud sought out new assessment methods including projective...
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Projective Tests
 
defining feature is that they are ambiguous. Individual will project aspects of his or...
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Rorschach Inkblot Test
 
Showed images to hospitalized patients and identified inkblots that elicited different...
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Thematic Apperception Test  (TELL A TALE)
 
consists of cards depicting ambiguous scene. Person asked to make up a story based on each....
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Fixations
 
at any given developmental stage, the individual may experience a failure in the development...
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Regression
 
individual seeks to return to an earlier mode of satisfaction
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Oral Personality Type
 
NarcissisticOthers seen only in terms of what they can give (feed)
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Anal Personality Type
 
Sees excretion as symbolic of enormous power. Has anal triad
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Anal Triad
 
1. Orderliness and cleanliness= defense against disorder2. Parsimony and stinginess=need...
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Phallic Personality Type
 
different for men and womenMen= I AM MANExhibition quality is expressive of castration anxiety,...
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Therapeutic change
 
coming to grips with emotions and unconscious wishes in a safe environment
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Fixated
 
psychoanalysis frees people to resume normal psychological development
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Defensive
 
Redistributes energy so more is available for mature and more gratifying activities
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Dominated by unconscious and id
 
puts ego in control and makes unconscious desires conscious
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Transference
 
patients project attitudes from other relationships onto analyst. Analyst is a mirror onto...
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Change occurs in analysis because of the 3 therapeutic factors
 
1. Conflict is less intense than it was in the original situation2. Analyst assumes an attitude...
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Alfred Adler (1870-1937)
 
Follower of Freud, broke from him to put greater emphasis on social urges and conscious thoughts....
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Inferiority complex
 
How a person copes with inferiority becomes a distinctive aspect of his or her personality...
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Carl Jung (1875-1961)
 
Has a father/son relationship with Freud called "crown prince"
integrate various opposing forces...
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Collective Unconscious
 
holds cumulative experiences of past generations; is universal. Contains universal images or...
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Karen Horney (1885-1952)
 
Focused on cultural conditions that affect neuroses. Concluded that interpersonal relationships...
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Conflict between 3 ways of responding to basic anxiety
 
1. Moving toward2. Moving against3. Moving away
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Moving Toward
 
excessive interest in being accepted, needed and approved of
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Moving Against
 
assumes that everyone is hostile and that life is a struggle against all
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Moving Away
 
shrinks away from others in neurotic detachment
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Object Relations Theory
 
interested in interpersonal relations, object is thing toward which drive is directed. Concerned...

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