FREUD’S PSYCHODYNAMIC THEORY AND THE RECENT APPROACH

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The psychodynamic theory has its own perspective, thus ranging us with numerous experimental findings and studies. According to Freud, the psychodynamic theory has developed from the psychosexual stages of an individual; in terms of normal development, at which, is a start at birth and throughout his adulthood. There are multiple factors structuring of human personality; and therefore, Freud had introduced us his theory in achieving it from the state of the unawareness. Ermann also focused on the same idea, indeed he presented his psychoanalytical research in an article titled, "You touched my heart": Modes of memory and psychoanalytic technique. His concentration was upon the procedural state of the mind as well as referring back to the memory. He had based his psychoanalytic technique on the episodic and the procedural states; in addition, setting forth in analyzing a narcissistic patient in his experiment. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) is best acknowledged for his unconscious psychodynamic theory, indeed in structuring of human personality as well as in shaping the behavior. His theory was centralized upon the feelings and thoughts that we are normally unaware of in a general state. His attention was based on understanding the behavior that is primarily leading us from the sexual instincts, aggression, and drives. He also happened to be the first to propose the unconscious theory, and later invented the psychotherapy process. Freud verified the instincts based on the level of aggression; and nevertheless, he had learned that some instincts are destructive, as well as others are in need for a survival. He concluded in the study that the main factor in shaping of personality has developed based on the sexual instincts, which are a... ... middle of paper ... ...emy of Psychoanalysis & Dynamic Psychiatry, 34(1), 215-222. Hock, R. (2009). Forty Studies that Changed Psychology. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education, Inc. Jacobs, M. (2003). Sigmund Freud. London: SAGE Publications Ltd. Lewis, A., Dennerstein, M., & Gibbs, P. (2008). Short-term psychodynamic psychotherapy: review of recent process and outcome studies. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 42(6), 445-455. Maisto, A., Morris, C. (2009). Psychology: The Core. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education, Inc. White, J. (2008). Catalysts for psychic change: Perspectives from contemporary psychoanalysis. Psychodynamic Practice, 14(4), 441-452. Whitehead, C. (2005). The Theory of Knowledge and the Third Psychoanalytic Revolution. Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis & Dynamic Psychiatry, 33(2), 287- 298.

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