... Define natural selection and explain how it relates to the debate about the origin
of knowledge and behavior
... Surrealism stressed the power of imagination
and dreams over conscious control or rational
1 - prologue - the story of psychology
... Aristotle, a naturalist and philosopher, theorized about
psychology’s concepts. He suggested that the soul and
body are not separate and that knowledge grows from
The modern age - marilena beltramini
... Hulme condemned the Romantic idea that art was
only a matter of self expression on the part of the
artist. He wanted writers to return to NeoClassicism idea of man, recognizing man’s
limitations and not exaggerate his importance.
Hulme influenced a whole generation of poets and
in particular T.S.Eli ...
Oedipus…The Myth. The Man. The Legend…
... Id: It’s all about me: Food, sex,
aggression. The pleasure principle…
Ego: Reality principle. Reason and
caution…as well as independence. The
Gatekeeper between Id, Superego and
Superego: Conscience…moral…right v.
... psychopharmacology. Dr. Winer is Jungian-oriented psychotherapist (using the approach of
psychiatrist Carl Jung ) making use of dreams - dream interpretation - to work with the
unconscious in therapy, psychotherapy, analysis, or psychoanalysis.
How to use Jung's Word Association Test
Personal Style Inventory
... The PSI is based on Carl Jung’s theory of personality types. Jung found recognizable and
repeated patterns in behaviors linked to our conscious perceiving of the world, our decision
making about the world, our attitudes toward life, and our relationship to the expectations of the
world. These patter ...
Prof. Millie Roqueta - ISS 1161 Chapter 2 Summary
Unlike Freud, Jung suggested that the unconscious consists of two
1. Personal Unconscious
Essentially the same as Freud's version of the
Contains material not within one's conscious awareness
2. Collective Unconscious
A storehouse of latent memory traces inherit ...
Unit 10 - Personality
... examinations can find no physical cause for the paralysis. Use the psychoanalytic perspective to explain how the
paralysis may be Jason's attempt to deal with an unconscious conflict between his id and superego.
4. According to a number of psychologists, a major purpose of the defense mechanisms des ...
History and Approaches
... • Compare and contrast the major theories and approaches to explaining
personality: psychoanalytic, humanist, cognitive, trait, social learning, and
• Describe and compare research methods (e.g., case studies and surveys) that
psychologists use to investigate personality.
• Identify freq ...
12 Chapter 12,14 - Seabreeze High School
... Personal unconscious- houses material that
is not within one’s conscious awareness
because it has been repressed or forgotten.
Jung discovered the existence of a deeper
layer called the collective unconscious.
The Evolution of Psychology
... –Structrualism – led by Edward Titchener
•Focused on analyzing consciousness into basic elements
•Introspection – careful, systematic observations of one’s own
The pilot and autopilot within our mind-brain
... itself? And if so, what part of “you” was detecting cars and pedestrians, making appropriate stops and
turns? Although when you get to work you can’t remember the driving experience, you are likely to
have exquisite memory about having planned your day.
How does one understand this common experience ...
... Your micro lesson should be ready to go right away in class. We want as little lag time as
possible between lessons.
Don’t simply lecture at the class. If every group does this, we (especially me) are in for a long
day. A very brief activity or a good discussion would be much more preferable.
... Behavior can be caused by ideas individual is not aware
These can be brought into consciousness
Myth - Midway ISD
... Light/dark, day/night, male/female
Dream Interpretation Worksheet
... If the flower has a definite shape or structure (circular or divided into four
segments) what does the structure mean to you?
PSYCHE AND COSMOS:
... philosophy and culture. Archetypes can be seen from several perspectives:
Power Point Two, Unit X
... Maslow proposed that we as individuals are
motivated by a hierarchy of needs. Beginning
with physiological needs, we try to reach the
state of self-actualization—fulfilling our
Lecture 12 – Psychodynamic Approach
... Jung: concept of the shadow. Shadow self that
engages in behavior that she has been trained is
unacceptable. Leads to denial and an
incomplete understanding of her personality.
Analytical psychology or Jungian psychology is a school of psychology that originated from the ideas of Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung. Analytical psychology emphasizes the primary importance of the individual psyche and the personal quest for wholeness. It recognizes the importance of the symbolic in human life, and emphasizes such concepts as the personal unconscious and the collective unconscious, the archetype, the complex, the persona, the ego, the shadow, the anima and animus, the self, and individuation. Jung's theories have been elaborated and investigated by such figures as Toni Wolff, Marie-Louise von Franz, Jolande Jacobi, Aniela Jaffé, Erich Neumann, James Hillman, and Anthony Stevens.