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The repository of elemental drives and instincts
The arbitrator between social and psychic demands.
The source of feelings of guilt based on social demands.
Unconcious elements shared by the species.
The life force or drive
The destructive force or drive
The 'royal road to the unconscious.'
The first stage of psychosexual development.
The second stage of psychosexual development.
The third stage of psychosexual development.
A state in which a male child desires his mother and fears his father.
A state in which a female child desires her father and competes with her mother.
Something that produces sexual arousal that is not sexual in nature.
Learning that takes place to gain a desired object.
Being unable to remember past trauma or unacceptable impulses.
Forcing one's self to not think of trauma or unacceptable impulses.
Transforming an object into a socially acceptable goal.
The thing which a drive or impulse seeks.
The use of fantasy to satify a drive.
Adult stage of sexual expression.
When the expression of a drive gets stuck in an infantile state of fulfillment.
A drive attaining its real or fantastic object.
Using behavior that previously was successful in satifying a drive.
Part of the individual psyche that can never be known.
Accessible portions of the individual psyche that are not currently in awareness.
The first experience of something that colors or determines subsequent similar behaviors.
Events taking place in the unconscious.
Events taking place in the conscious.
Guilt that has created unrelated psychic links to multiple events.
The inability of a drive to obtain its object.
Accepting social norms into elements of the personal unconscious.
A psychic maneuver which prevents or reduces anxiety.
Placing one's own unacceptable impulses on someone else.
Disowning one's unaccetpable impulses.
Shifting from an unacceptable object to an acceptable oblect.
Repeated unwanted thoughts that usually result in raised levels of anxiety.
Repeated or ritualistic actions that often reduce anxiety.
Transforming an unacceptable thought or action into an acceptable one by thinking of reasons why it is acceptable.
The theory and therapy method developed by Sigmund Freud.
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