Psychology Of Human Nature

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Psychology is the very important perspective for human nature. It is very much important for the individual environment. ?Psychology is very much a product of the Western tradition. Whereas a new psychology of the year 2000 contains both the eastern as well as the Western tradition?(Frey,04/06). Psychologists call a person?s self concepts it includes what a person perceives from the person?s self-concept attitudes. It?s related to Psyche means the integrate part of human mind motion connected to those with bodily concepts. ?It however reflects true relationship with the mind-body concept. ATTITUDES AND SOCIAL COGNITION addresses those domains of social behavior in which cognition plays a major role, including the interface of... View More »

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In fact it determines the various stages and phalices in human selfhood as well as natural ignorance for the beings which ultimately gives much broader concept of the human nature. ?According to Freud, people are often compelled to do things without knowing the reasons for their actions; the motivation for their actions is unconscious?(Freud, Civilization and its discontents). Sigmund Freud has many theories on how people develop. His most influential theory to the development of the human mind was his five psychosexual stages.? Freud?s belief was that children were done developing after they finished going through puberty. The stages started with infants describing this as the oral stage, or the sucking stage. The anal stage deals with the one and two year olds. This age group is starting to potty train. After this stage the three through five-year-olds go through the phallic stage.?(Freud, Civilization). ?The child focuses on the genitals, as they discover it is enjoyable. Freud?s fourth stage is the latency stage, including children six to twelve years.?(Freud, Civilization). This is when their sexual interests are put on the back burn. ?The last stage is the genital stage. Children going through puberty have a time of sexual reawakening. Other theorists criticized him by saying that there was more to development than sex.?(Freud, Civilization) They also said a person does not stop developing after they turn eighteen. ?Freud did develop another theory that many author?s have described in their literary works which included the Id, Ego, and Superego. The Id, Ego, and ...

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