Sigmund Freud Psychology Lecture – Part 3 – Id, Ego, Superego || Ryan David
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This is part 3 of a 4 part video series on Sigmund Freud’s contributions to Personality Theory. This clip is a recording of a lecture given to my Introduction to Psychology class – PSY2012.
In this clip, I break down each of the three structures of the personality according to Freud, the ID, the Ego, and the Superego, and I elaborate on how they relate to the conscious and unconscious aspects of our mind using the iceberg model. I also explain the relationship between the three aspects of our personality.
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