Flashcards in Chapter 2 FIB Deck (20):
As a young man, Freud harbored a strong wish to make a great discovery and thus to become famous. One such attempt involved the anesthetic properties of the drug ___
When Freud abandoned the ________________ theory, he dramatically changed the course of psychoanalysis.
Freud's heavy emphasis on _______________ motivation allows for opposing explanations for the same observation
Freud believed that our _________________ endowment, or inherited unconscious images, sometimes influences our behavior.
Unconscious images may become __________________ after being distorted, disguised, or otherwise transformed.
The _______________ serves the pleasure principle.
The superego has two parts, the _______________ and the conscience.
A _______________ receives sexual pleasure from inflicting pain on other people.
According to Freud, the two great instincts are sex and –––––––––––––––––––––––––––.
Moral anxiety results from the ego's relationship with the __________________________.
Defense mechanisms protect the ego against the pain of __________________________.
A ________________ formation is marked by the repression of one impulse and the ostentatious expression of its exact opposite.
The defense mechanism whereby a person redirects unwanted urges onto another person or object is called _________________.
The defense that involves the repression of the sexual instinct and the substitution of cultural or social accomplishments is called ________________________.
The infantile stage is divided into three substages: oral, _____________________, and phallic.
According to Freud, the _________________ stage may lead to compulsive neatness, obstinacy, and miserliness in some people.
Freud believed that ______________________ differences are responsible for different psychosexual development in boys and girls during the phallic stage.
The castration complex takes the form of ______________________ for girls.
The castration complex takes the form of ________________________ for boys.