Defense Mechanisms – AP Psychology Flipped Lesson

Defense Mechanisms – AP Psychology Flipped Lesson



AP Psychology Flipped Lesson

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November 12, 2013 / 41 Comments / by / in
  • Lovely ❤️❤️ thank you ❤️now i understand 👏👏

  • Well done!

  • The rationalization part is inaccurate, I believe. Rationalization is when you truly believe your "rational" but false explanation as to why you're doing something, not when you just give an excuse which you know is just an excuse, such as "my dog ate my homework." In this case, the excuse is not a defense mechanism but a conscious strategic decision to lie. Right?

  • DEFENSE MECHANISMS DO NOT APPEAR WHEN YOU DO NOT KNOW WHAT TO DO. IT IS VERY INACCURATE.

  • THE DESCRIPTION OF ALL THESE MECHANISM IS FINE, BUT THE PROCESS IS A BIT MORE COMPLICATED.

  • I like this.  My dad was a freudian and he told me about these, but this helps me understand more.  I can easily remember a time where I used Reaction Format.  It was when I got arrested (going into details would be very stupid), but I went home to my family, and I remember myself acting so cheerful (ingenuinely) when I actually was dying inside with the feelings and regretability of me being arrested.  

  • YOU ARE A LIFESAVER!!!  This was so helpful!

  • Why are all the best educational channel got very few subscribers compared to the pointless silly videos that if anything would make a person lose brain cells,these stupid videos have millions of views and subscribers,what does that say about humans in general?,Great video by the way and i am looking forward to watching a lot more on your channel.

  • Rationalization = lying

  • Great help for exam review!

  • Excellent video for class review. Reaction formation is very interesting to me.

  • This really helped for my psychology exam, thank you!

  • Thank you for explaining and giving examples of these terms, in laymen's fashion. It has really helped me to be better prepared for my ASWB licensing exam that I'll be taking soon.

  • You really do such a great job of explaining this subject. Thanks.

  • Great video, so helpful!

  • Actually it`s his daughter Anna Freud who came up with this, not him….over-shadowed

  • thanks, it really helps..

  • I came here to understand a book character's feelings. wtf.
    I like this lesson though.

  • This is so fascinating. I'm not in school; I'm not taking psychology, but this stuff is so applicable to every day arguments. It's crazy 🙂

  • Helpful ❤️

  • Omg thank you so much

  • Wonderful lesson. This is very useful almost in every aspect of our lives! Thanks for sharing.😊

  • Regression is a bit fuzzy..

  • what is the evidence for repression?

  • kool

  • this is gr8

  • what a vid

  • so good

  • gr8 m8

  • 2 kool 4 skool

  • fantastic video I learned all about beluga whales in this 🙂

  • xD lol hahahahahaha

  • Gucci

  • yes I agree 10/10

  • Wow. Really comprehensive and well explained and exemplified. Thank You ; ) K

  • Aren't denial, repression, and rationalization all practically the same thing?

    And displacement is basically slight inferiority complex?

  • Hahahahaha… Regression… l

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  • I think regression could go deeper than the explanation; But idk 😂😂 I regress in a way much more than that

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