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Scientist

Nineteenth Century
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Reid H

on 1 May 2013

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Transcript of Scientist

Evolution expert Father of psychoanalysis Thomas Edison American Inventor Charles Darwin Sigmund Freud Nineteenth Century Scientist Facts: Born May 6, 1856
Died September 23, 1939 by committing suicide after requesting a lethal dose of morphine from his doctor
Had oral cancer
Doctor of Medicine at University of Vienna
Believed that cocaine was a cure for many mental and physical problems
Psychosexual development
Theory of Id, Ego and Superego (Tongue Slip)
Theory of dreams Facts: Born February 11, 1847
Fourth prolific inventor
Invented the electric light bulb, phonograph
Applied the principles of mass production and large-scale teamwork to the process of invention, credited with creation of the first industrial research laboratory
Developed a system of electric-power generation
His first power station was on Pearl Street in Manhattan, New York. Facts: Born February 12, 1809
Developed theory of evolution
Neglected medical education for biological sciences
Collected fossils on voyages
Honored with major ceremony at funeral
Buried by John Herschel & Isaac Newton "Genius is one percent inspiration, ninety-nine percent perspiration." Famous quote: By Justine Romero &Reid Hockaday Of The Time... Industrial revolution changed times, and current thoughts of people
Sought newer things, newer products, newer ideas
Inventors ideas opened up many new theory's for others around the world
People were interested in getting more for themselves
Christianity, start of women's work, and changing minds Dreams: Mind disconnects sleeper from being disturbed by external stimuli or internal stimuli by manufacturing dreams

Dreams lead to a greater understanding of the dreamer’s subconscious

"In every dream there was always another story, there is more than meets the eye"

Two parts
1. Manifest content: Person remembers as soon as wakes up. No meaning to dream
2. Latent: Forbidden thoughts and unconscious desires. True meaning usually unrecognizable Psychosexual Development Oral Stage- Birth to 18 months (Sucking and biting).

Anal Stage- 18 months to 4 years (Holding in poop for pleasure).

Phallic Stage- 3 to 7 years (Touching or rubbing private parts)

Latent Stage- 7 to puberty (Sexual impulses suppressed with learning: playing house)

Genital Stage- Puberty (Sexual intercourse) "It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change".
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