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The Structure and Levels of the Mind According to Freud

The Structure and Levels of the Mind According to Freud

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Sigmund Freud

Sigmund Freud was the founder of the psychoanalytic theory. His work had a profound influence on psychology, sociology, anthropology, literature, and even art.

When Freud formed his personality development theory, he relied heavily upon the observations and case studies o...

Freud believed that behaviour and personality came from the interaction of conflicting psychological forces that works at three levels of awareness:

  • Preconscious. It consists of anything that could potentially be brought into the conscious mind.
  • Cons...

The conscious and unconscious minds can be understood by what is known as a slip of the tongue.

Misstatements are believed to reveal underlying, unconscious thoughts or feelings. For example, a man who accidentally uses a former girlfriend's name when referring to a cu...

According to Freud, thoughts and emotions outside of our awareness continue to influence our behaviour, even if we are unaware of it. The unconscious can include repressed feelings, hidden memories, habits, thoughts, desires, and reactions.

Freud used dream analysis and fr...

Preconscious memories are unrepressed memories that we extract for a specific purpose.

The preconscious mind contains all the things that you could potentially pull into conscious awareness. The preconscious is also controlling the information that is allowed to enter into...

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