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A primer of Freudian psychology / Calvin S. Hall
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New York : Meridian, [1999]
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129 p. ; 21 cm
Note
Originally published: Cleveland : World Pub. Co., 1954.
Bibliog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 123-126) and index.
Contents
1. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) -- I. Freud's scientific heritage -- II. Freud creates a dynamic psychology -- III. What was Freud? -- 2. The organization of personality -- I. The id -- II. The ego -- II. The superego -- 3. The dynamics of personality -- I. Psychic energy -- II. Instinct -- III. The distribution and disposal of psychic energy -- A. The id -- B. The ego -- C. The superego -- IV. Cathexis and anti-cathexis -- V. Consciousness and unconsciousness -- VI. The instincts -- VII. Anxiety -- A. Reality anxiety -- B. Neurotic anxiety -- C. Moral anxiety -- VIII. Summary -- 4. The development of personality -- I. Identification -- II. Displacement and sublimation -- III. Defense mechanisms of the ego -- A. Repression -- B. Projection -- C. Reaction formation -- D. Fixation -- E. Regression -- F. General characteristics of the defense mechanisms -- IV. Transformations of the instincts -- V. The development of the sexual instinct -- A. The oral zone -- B. The anal zone -- C. The sexual zone -- 1) The male phallic stage -- 2) The female phallic stage -- D. Genital sexuality -- VI. Summary -- 5. The stabilized personality -- Recommended readings -- Index.
Summary
"Here, in one concise and readable volume, are Sigmund Freud's principal theories about psychological existence and his insights into overt or hidden aspects of the human psyche. Culled from forty years of his published works, A Primer of Freudian Psychology is a comprehensive guide to Freud's ideas on the organization, dynamics, and development of personality, and the roles of the subconscious, the unconscious, anxiety, repression, and defense mechanisms. Clearly and systematically, the basic tenets of his thinking are laid out, from the concepts of the id, the ego, and the superego, to his revolutionary work in dream analysis and free association. Book jacket."--BOOK JACKET.
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0452011833
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