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Emergence of Psychoanalysis + Freud

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Across
4.Invented hyponosis
5.Balance between the 2 other structures of personality
7.Life instinct, manifested in sexual motivation
8.Death instinct, manifested in aggression and self-destruction.
10.This hypothesis suggests that hysteria results from experience of childhood sexual abuse.
11.Treated wild boy Victor.
13.Induced bloodletting.
15.This method focused on brining emotional release to patient. Purpose is for patient to remember situations where associative connections first appeared.
16.Instituted "moral treatment" removed chains and instituted better hygiene and nutrition.
17.1) ____experiences influence behaviour as hysteric symptoms
18.general theory about the causes of human behaviour and mental processes
19.This form of anxiety is feelings of guilt and shame arising from violating moral code.
Down
1.This form of anxiety is tension due to fear that ID based impulses will get out of control
2.3) _______ cam be alleviated if the person gains insight into the originating event.
3.Mechanism to defend ego from anxiety. (Ex-repression)
6.2) ______ symptom has symbolic relationship to event that caused it.
9.Removal of deceased blood-to calm blood.
12.Rewarded good behaviour
14.learned moral values, works to inhibit ID.

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