anonymous
  • anonymous
reud became interested in the unconscious when he noticed that certain symptoms in his patients: could not be removed by the means of medication. could not be removed by the means of hypnosis. could not be explained in terms of neurological impairments. resulted from a loss of internal locus of control. resulted from learned helplessness.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I Beleive this one is hypnosis? or not removed by medication and then that's where he used hypnosis?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm actually leaning on the third option here. I can't tell you that I'm 100% sure. But I do know that some of the symptoms he worked with were not caused by any form of neurological impairment, or brain damage. For instance, you know the Defense Mechanisms? Freud outlined them. He must have met people who were dealing with issues like....Regression, where they were not behaving like their age, but rather, they behaved like people who were much younger. Freud believed that these sorts of issues weren't necessarily caused by brain damage. Rather, they were caused by life situations that were stressful, and hard to deal with.
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh ok yeahh that makes sense

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Mmm, it makes sense to me too. I admit I'm no expert on the subconscious mind.
anonymous
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haha, yeahh that's part of why i like psychology i like to understand why people act the way they do or do certain things

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