Id, Ego, and Superego Quiz

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Which defense mechanism involves seeing one’s own traits in other people?

What is the function of the Super-Ego in the context of the text?

Which therapeutic technique involves making unconscious material conscious by telling their analyst everything that occurs to them?

What does the psychodynamic approach aim to achieve?

Which defense mechanism involves rechanneling uncomfortable thoughts or affects into socially acceptable pursuits?

According to Melanie Klein's object relations theory, what does the theory focus on?

In object relations theory, what happens when the caregiver is unresponsive?

What is a common symptom that helps individuals avoid facing life tasks according to the text?

What does the therapeutic strategy recommend for helping clients?

What did Melanie Klein's work build on?

What is the definition of mental health according to WHO (2004)?

What does the concept of salutogenic emphasize?

What are the six domains included in the evaluation of clinical outcomes?

What does sense of coherence (SOC) refer to?

What is quality of life based on the provided text?

Which aspect of the psyche is primarily driven by basic needs and wishes, operating on the pleasure principle?

What is the focus of cognitive therapy techniques such as collaborative empiricism and addressing cognitive distortions like all-or-nothing thinking?

In behavioral therapy, what is used to address unhelpful behavior through conditioning, involving reinforcement and punishment?

Which theory emphasizes earlier parent-child relationships and questions of personal worth and lovableness?

Which defense mechanism involves attributing one's unacceptable thoughts or feelings onto another person?

Which of the following is a key difference between Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud?

Which archetype is described as an authority figure, stern and powerful?

What is the primary goal of Jungian analysis according to Carl Jung?

According to Jung, what does the collective unconscious consist of?

What is the purpose of the persona in Jungian psychology?

What is the instrumental or behavioral component of manageability (Ma) based on the text?

What does the bio-psycho-social model emphasize?

What is the focus of strength-based practice?

What is the primary focus of resilience?

What is the main focus of ethical decisions in counseling?

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Summary

  • Cognitive component of comprehensibility (C): Refers to the perception of stimuli as consistent, structured, and clear. Positive cases include feelings of security and acceptance in children.

  • Instrumental or behavioral component of manageability (Ma): The extent to which one perceives adequate resources to meet life's demands. Children experience self-efficacy and progress acceptance.

  • Three levels of mental disorders prevention:

    • Primary Prevention (Tier 1): Universal prevention delivered to all populations, increasing protective factors.
    • Secondary Prevention (Tier 2): More targeted and specialized services for those at risk.
    • Tertiary Prevention (Tier 3): Intensive or individualized intervention for people with significant mental health problems.
  • Bio-psycho-social model: Health and illness caused by multiple factors, affecting the body and mind. A multidisciplinary approach emphasizes the relationship between patient and practitioner.

  • Ecological model: Human development influenced by interactions between individuals and their environments. Bronfenbrenner's ecological model focuses on social contexts and influences.

  • Strength-based practice: Accomplishment, contribution, and coping with stress. Focus on client's difficulties can lead to negative labeling.

  • Resilience: Turning adverse situations around and making life more endurable.

  • Lecture 3: Counseling as a treatment for mental health problems. Guidance for important choices, counseling for change, and trained professionals practicing scientifically derived principles.

  • Difficulties faced by counseling practice: Higher standards, rigid outcome criteria, competition, short-term processes, and unpredictable economic climate.

  • Effective helping: Self-awareness, cultural differences, helper's feelings, modeling, altruism, ethics, catalyst for empowerment, open-mindedness, and trustworthiness.

  • Ethical and legal: Ethics and laws guiding professional behavior in counseling.

  • Ethical decisions: Competence, multiple relationships, informed consent, privacy, and confidentiality.

  • Transference: a stage in psychotherapy where the patient's feelings towards the therapist are experienced as if they were feelings towards significant people from their past

  • End of therapy: includes experience of loss and increased capacity for self-analysis

  • Limitation of psychodynamic therapy: not suitable for all cultures, may not emphasize current maladaptive behaviors, subjective interpretation, and client fantasy, and can involve lengthy lectures

  • Carl Jung: developed concepts of extraversion and introversion, archetypes, and the collective unconscious

  • Goal of Jungian analysis: individuation, or the achievement of greater consciousness regarding the totality of one's experiences

  • Jungian unconscious: personal and collective

  • Collective unconscious: contains shared patterns and ordering principles, including archetypes

  • Jungian archetypes: persona, shadow, anima and animus, and the self

  • Persona: enables us to interact with the world, acts as a mask or set of behaviors

  • Shadow: contains aspects of the self we have not accepted, can be projected onto others and elicit strong reactions

  • Anima and animus: archetypal images that often manifest in dreams as opposite genders, represent the undeveloped aspects of our personality

  • Jungian therapeutic techniques: analysis of transference, active imagination, and dream analysis

  • Alfred Adler: emphasis on social influences, feelings of inferiority, and the striving for superiority

  • Comparison of Freud and Adler: different views on human motivation, choice, and development, and the role of past experiences and the future

  • Adlerian theory: optimistic, people are responsible for their own development, social interest is a goal of therapy, and it emphasizes the importance of empathy and altruism.

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Test your knowledge of the id, ego, and superego with this quiz. Explore the functions of the three components of the mind and understand how they influence behavior and decision-making.

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