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Scientific study

Pamamaraang makaagham

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Case Closed

Detective Conan

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Study estate agency

nagpapaaral

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study everything about concept and how concepts are being form

nagta-type buong pangungusap sa iyong langage

Last Update: 2014-07-07
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Pathological case

Patolohiya

Last Update: 2012-12-03
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against whom the case was shairah

sinampahan ng kaso si shairah

Last Update: 2014-04-24
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to increase knowledge and fulfill the dreams of graduate study to help families in poverty can lift

para madagdagan ang kaalaman at matupad ang pangarap na makapagtapos sa pagaaral upang makatulong sa pamilya na maiahon sa kahirapan

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midyo weak case that he might not cope with her

maybe

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Freud’s Psychoanalytic Theory  Proposed by the famous psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud, the theory of psychosexual development describes how personality develops during childhood.  While the theory is well-known in psychology, it is also one of the most controversial theories.  Freud believed that personality develops through a series of childhood stages in which the pleasure-seeking energies of the Id become focused on certain erogenous areas. This psychosexual energy, or libido, was described as the driving force behind behavior. FREUD’S STAGES OF PSYCHOSEXUAL DEVELOPMENT 1. Oral Stage Age Range: (birth to 18 months) Erogenous Zone: Mouth  The child is focused on the oral pleasures (sucking). Too much or too little satisfaction can lead to an Oral Fixation or Oral Personality which is shown in an increased focus on oral activities. This type of personality may be…  Oral Receptive, that is, have a stronger tendency to smoke, drink alcohol, overeat, or…  Oral Aggression, that is, with a tendency to bite his or her nails or use curse words or even gossip. As a result, these person may become too dependent on others, easily fooled or lack leadership traits. On the other hand, they may also fight these tendencies and become pessimistic and aggressive in relating with people. 2. Anal Stage Age Range: (18 months to 3 years) Erogenous Zone: Anus  The child finds satisfaction in eliminating and retaining feces. Through society’s expectations, particularly the parents, the child need to work on toilet training. Let us remember that between 1 year and a half to 3 years the child’s favorite word might be “NO!”.  Therefore a struggle might exist in the toilet training process when the child retains feces when asked to eliminate, or may choose to defecate when asked to hold feces for some reason.  In terms of personality, fixation during this stage can result in being..  ANAL RETENTIVE, an obsession with cleanliness, perfection and control; or  ANAL EXPULSIVE, where the person may become messy and disorganized. 3. Phallic Stage  Age Range: (3 to 6 years)  Erogenous Zone: Genitals  During the preschool age, children become interested in what makes boys and girls different. Preschoolers will sometimes be seen fondling their genitals.  Freud’s studies led him to believe that during this stage boys develop unconscious sexual desire for their mother.  Boys then see their father as a rival for her mother’s affection. Boys may fear that their father will punish them for these feelings, thus the castration anxiety. These feelings comprise what Freud called OEDIPUS COMPLEX. In Greek Mythology, Oedipus unintentionally killed his father and married his mother Jocasta.  Psychoanalysts also believed that girls may also have a similar experience, developing unconscious sexual attraction towards their father; this is what is referred to as ELECTRA COMPLEX. 4. Latency Stage Age Range: (6 years to puberty) Erogenous Zone: Sexual Feelings Are Inactive  The stage begins around the time that children enter into school and become more concerned with peer relationships, hobbies and other interests.  Boys usually relate more with the boys and girls with girls during this stages. 5. Genital Stage  Age Range: (puberty onwards )  Erogenous Zone: Maturing Sexual Interests  During the final stage of psychosexual development, the individual develops a strong sexual interest in the opposite sex. This stage begins during puberty but last throughout the rest of a person's life. FREUD’S PERSONALITY COMPONENTS  Freud described the personality structures as having three components: – Id – Ego – Superego The three components work together to create complex human behaviors. 1. Id  The id plays a vital role in one’s personality because as a baby, it works so that the baby’s essential needs are met.  The ID operates on the pleasure principle.  If focuses on immediate gratification or satisfaction of its needs.  So whatever feels good now is what it will purse with no consideration for the reality, logically or practicality of the situation. Example:  A baby is hungry. It’s Id wants food or milk so that the baby will cry.  When the child is uncomfortable, in pain, too hot, to cold, or just want attention. The Id speaks up until his or her needs are met.  This sort of behavior would be both disruptive and socially unacceptable.  According to Freud, the id tries to resolve the tension created by the pleasure principle through the primary process which involves forming a mental image of the desired object as a way of satisfying the need. 2. Ego  As a baby turns into a toddler and then into a preschooler, he/she relates more with the environment, the ego slowly begins to emerge.  The ego operates using the reality principle. It is aware that other also have needs to be met. It knows that being impulsive or selfish can be result to negative consequences later, so it reason and considers the best response to situations  As such it is deciding agent of the personality. Although it functions to help the id meets its needs, it always takes into account the reality of the situation. 3. Super ego  Near end to the preschooler years, or the end of the phallic stage, the superego develops.  The super ego embodies a person’s moral aspect. This develops from the parents, teachers and other person who will exert influence impart to be good or moral.  The superego is likened to conscience because it exerts influence on what one considers right and wrong. TOPOGRAPHICAL MODEL  The Unconscious Freud believed that the majority of what we experience in our lives, the underlying emotions, beliefs, feelings, and impulses are not available to us at a conscious level. He believed that most of what drives us is buried in our unconscious  The Conscious The role of the unconscious is only one part of the model. Freud also believed that everything we are aware of is stored in our conscious. Our conscious makes up a very small part of who we are. In other words, at any given time, we are only aware of a very small part of what makes up our personality; most of what we are is buried and inaccessible.  The Subconscious The final part is the preconscious or subconscious. This is the part of us that we can access if prompted, but is not in our active conscious. Its right below the surface, but still buried somewhat unless we search for it. Information such as our telephone number, some childhood memories, or the name of your best childhood friend is stored in the preconscious.  Because the unconscious is so large, and because we are only aware of the very small conscious at any given time, this theory has been likened to an iceberg, where the vast majority is buried beneath the water's surface.  The water, by the way, would represent everything that we are not aware of, have not experienced, and that has not been integrated into our personalities, referred to as the non-conscious.

psychoanalytic theory Sigmund Freud

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Social studies

Araling panlipunan

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Media studies

Araling pangmidya

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fgEnglish studies

Araling Ingles kyla

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to produce quality and globally competitive graduates in the fields of peace studies, philosophy, and to undertake researches, extension services and advocacies

upang makabuo ng kalidad at globally competitive graduates sa larangan ng pag-aaral ng kapayapaan, pilosopiya, at upang idaos researches, mga serbisyo extension at advocacies

Last Update: 2014-06-17
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Descriptive research is concerned with the description of data and characteristics about a population. The goal is the acquisition of factual, accurate and systematic data that can be used in averages, frequencies and similar statistical calculations. Descriptive studies seldom involve experimentation, as they are more concerned with naturally occurring phenomena than with the observation of controlled situations.

Mananaliksik

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Cultural studies

Araling pangkultura

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Gender studies

Edukasyong pangkasarian

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international studies

relasyon sa publiko opisyal

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Scientific studies

Pamamaraang makaagham

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Computer studies

Kompyuter

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