Welcome to your course support for Personality Theories.
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2) Learning Guides
Part 3) Retrieval and re-investigating. Building on knowledge, or just getting it back. Dr. Sigmund Freud believes that the human mind has at least three parts. The conscious, pre-conscious, and unconscious. The unconscious is always with us, but has unclear influences on our thoughts and behavior. The conscious is what we can talk about and the pre-conscious is what might be able to be made conscious. If you are able to remain conscious during your learning but hate forgetting, then we use the electronic tools to make it MUCH EASIER to reboot your brain. We make it MUCH EASIER to load the contents of your pre-conscious mind into your conscious mind and then build on those ideas, or just use them in daily life. Protect your education by using, modifying, re-organizing your notes as well as writing short summary essays on what you are gaining from any class or knowledge source. Add these writings back into your notes or as stand-alone material. If you publish anything, even blogs, this is one way to collect your ideas and turn them into products.
- Science and Intro to Personality
- Freudian Psychoanalysis
- Start looking to see what is similar for all theories of mind and visit the class shared Google Docs spreadsheet.
- Start defining primary vocabulary
- Jung and the evolution of psychoanalysis