THE ID , EGO and SUPEREGO

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THE ID , EGO and SUPEREGO

  1. 1. • Name : Ali• Surname : ÖZTAŞ• Department : Psychology
  2. 2. THE STRUCTURAL THEORY OF PERSONALITY ddd
  3. 3. Inner conflicts, basic and instinctual drives played a criticalrole for how personalities developed .The personality ismade up of three main interacting systems which are notparts of brain, or in any way physical.
  4. 4. THE ID• The id is the part of the personality structure that includes a human’s basic needs , instinctual drives such as sex , hunger , aggressiveness . It is based on pleasure principle to avoid pain or displeasure and to obtain pleasure .
  5. 5. THE EGO• The ego is the component of personality that is responsible for dealing with reality that attempts to mediate between the id and superego in its relation to the id it is like a man on a rampant horse. Like the id, the ego seeks pleasure and avoids pain when appropriate outlet is found but unlike the id, the ego is concerned with devising a realistic strategy to get pleasure.
  6. 6. THE SUPEREGO• The superego is the moral part of the personality that includes the values, social rules and morals of society which are learnt from people’s parents and others. The superego’s function is to control the id’s impulses such as social prohibitions, taboos, sex and aggression.
  7. 7. THANK YOU FOR ATTENTION…

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