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motivacion

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Motivational Psychoanalytic Theory in Clinical Psychology Dafne Beltran
Monica Sarabia
Paris Campbell
Hugo Martinez
Paul contreras Clinical Psychology Theory of the psychic apparatus Id The ego, sometimes described as the "executive" because consciously
directs energies emanating from id. ego The superego acts as judge or censor for thoughts and actions ego. Part of the superego, called conscience, directs the actions that avoid punishment. super-ego Theory personality structure conscious preconscious unconscious theory of neurosis During the first year, the mouth is the primary source of pleasure for the infant. oral stage anal stage Phallic Stage Latency and genital Stage psychodynamic motivation hypnosis free association dreams defense mechanisms Rationalization Projection identification Compensation Denial Sigmund Freud believed personality was a dynamic system run by three mental structures, the id, ego and superego. The id is the innate, primitive and disorganized personality subconsciously operates on the principle of pleasure. want the father dies not only to possess the mother, but also to avoid punishment. Cloninger, S. (2003). Teorías de la personalidad. México: Pearsons educación.
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