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PSY101 GDB Fall 2019 Solution & Discussion Last Date: 30-01-2020

Graded Discussion Board

Introduction to Psychology (PSY101)


Dear Students!

This is to inform that Graded Discussion Board (GDB) will be opened on January 29, 2020for discussion and last date for posting your discussion will be January 30, 2020.

Topic/Area for Discussion


“Psychodynamic Theory”


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SY101 Introduction to Psychology GDB Solution & Discussion FALL 2019

Introduction to Psychology (PSY101) Fall 2019.

Topic :  “Psycho dynamic Theory”

Your discussion must be based on logical facts.

PSY101 GDB Solution Fall 2019

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PSY101 GDB Solution Idea:

I believe this notion as a result of in line with Psychodynamic Theory there ought to be a bearing of unconscious forces directly or indirectly on our body like concepts, and feelings might permeate out through different sources e.g. dreams, slips of tongue etc. The brain includes mental processes that area unit inaccessible to consciousness however that influence judgments, feelings, or behaviour. Our feelings, motives, and choices are literally powerfully influenced by our past experiences, and keep within the unconscious. Psychodynamic theory states that events in our childhood have a good influence on our adult lives, shaping our temperament. Events that occur in childhood will stay within the
unconscious, and cause issues as adults. All behaviour includes a cause (usually unconscious), even slips of the tongue. thus all behaviour is determined: Psychodynamic theory is powerfully fatalist because it views our behaviour as caused entirely by unconscious factors over that we've no management. Unconscious thoughts and feelings will transfer to the aware mind within the style of par praxes, popularly called slips of the tongue. We tend to reveal what's very on our mind by language one thing we tend to did not mean to. Components of the brain (the id and superego) area unit in constant conflict with the aware a part of the mind (the ego). This conflict creates anxiety that can be handled by the ego's use of defence.

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I accept this thought because of line with psychodynamic hypothesis there should be an orientation of oblivious powers straightforwardly or in a roundabout way on your body like as an ideas and emotions. Might pervade out through various hotspots For instance dream and slip.

The mind incorporates mental procedures that zone unit unavailable to awareness anyway that impact judgment, emotions, rationale and decisions are truly effectively affected by our past encounters and keep inside the oblivious. Psychodynamic hypothesis express that occasions in our youth affect our grown-up lives, molding our disposition Occasions that happens in our youth life will remain inside the oblivious, cause issues as grown-ups. All conduct incorporates a reason, even slips of that tongue.

Oblivious considerations and emotions will move to the mindful personality inside the style of standard praxes, prevalently called slips of tongue Segments of cerebrum region unit in consistent clash with the mindful a piece of psyche. This contention makes nervousness that can be taken care of by the inner selves utilization of resistance.

Adding exact statement of GDB NO 1- Fall 2019:

Psycho dynamic approach to personality emphases that the unconscious forces determine our personality. Do you agree with the notion on not? Justify your answer with the solid reasons.

Kindly share your ideas for this topic.



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