PSYCH 111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Carl Jung, Oedipus Complex, Analytical Psychology

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Psych 111 - lecture 18 - personality (continued) and stress, coping, and health. Eysenck"s theory: personality is determined by a large extent to one"s genes. All of personality emerges from 3 higher order traits that are biologically based (i. e. differences in cortical levels of arousal) Neuroticism: anxious, tense, moody, low self esteem. Research identifies that there may be a singular gene that is similar to the effects of the drug prozac. Individuals either have the short or long version of the gene. Finding is that there is a correspondence with the personality trait of neuroticism and the short version of the gene. Focus on the influences of early childhood. Primary focus on sexual and aggressive urges. Id, ego, and superego - developed based on how the people in your life treated you. Id: impulses/dominated by pleasure/avoid pain (devil on your shoulder) - doesn"t want delay of gratification.

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