Psychoanalytical theory (developed by Freud) and Jung's analytic psychology, although they both consider unconscious mind to be the most important part of the psyche, have many differences. We can find main discrepancy in Jung's disagreement upon Freud's theory of infantile sexuality and libido. Jung refused to accept that sexual instinct is main psychological drive, and that led him to development of his own theory and, therefore, his own school of analytic psychology, distinct from psychoanalysis.
"Psychoanalytic theory is a general term for approaches to psychoanalysis which attempt to provide a conceptual framework more-or-less independent of clinical practice rather than based on empirical analysis of clinical cases." **Referenced from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychoanalytic_theory A window into the mind of a man with strange thoughts about his mother.
Your question is based upon the formalism of Freudian psychoanalytical theory, and you should bear in mind that even though Freud made very important progress in the study of human psychology, his theories are no longer taken literally by psychologists. It would be more accurate to say that people develop such moral consciences as they may have (if they do not become narcissists with no conscience) in childhood.
Jung was the founder of the school of analytical psychology. His main theories were those of collective unconscious, archetypes, individuation, and typology based on extaversion-introversion with four functions. Collective unconscious is, according to theory, the part of mind shared by every human being. It contains archetypes, universal psychological structures. The aim of the individuation is wholeness, through the integration of unconscious forces and motivations underlying human behavior.
There are two broad theories: 1. classical a) epistemological theories b) stimulus/response theories c) psychoanalytical theories 2.Modern: a) cognitive theories b) neural embed theory (including ion matrix theory) Learning acquisition hypothesis theories have been put forward by each school of philosophy or extended to other areas & disciplines with no empirical evidence.However the modern neural embed & ion cognitive matrix theories have biochemical & clinical evidence on cognitive process as learning acquisition. The learning acquisition…
No it's not. In psychoanalytical psychology they study underlying problems (such as repressed anger, desires, dreams,...). methods they use in this field are for example free association, dream analasys, and things like projections (for example the ink marks on a piece of paper, this was designed by the psychologist named Roschach). Analytical Psychology focusses more understanding, describing and analyzing of mental disorders. In less colloquial terms, Analytical Psychology is the name that refers to the…
How should one prepare himself for a Ph.D interview on the psychoanalytical research on Shakespeare?
Are you asking how many evolutionary theories there are? DIFFERENT EVOLUTION THEORIES nebular hypothesis planetismal theory tidal theory theory binary theory dust cloud theory stellar dyamic theory collision theory convergent theory abiogenesis theory (spontaneous generation) biogenesis theory general theory hopeful monster theory pansperuria theory big bang theory anthropic principle theistic theory neutral theory (lucky accident) broad scale theory punctuated equilibeium theory patchwork origin theory
The humanistic perspective has conserned itself with areas of human behaviour and experience whcih have been ignored by the behaviourist and psychoanalytical persepectives. For example: its person centered focuses of free will it views humans in a positive light has a subjective experience of the whole person
His name was Edward Louis James Bernays. He was an Austrian-American pioneer in the field of public relations and propaganda, referred to in his obituary as "the father of public relations". He combined the ideas of Gustave Le Bon and Wilfred Trotter on crowd psychology with the psychoanalytical ideas of his uncle, Sigmund Freud.