tigerlover:

According to Sigmund Freud, what is the role of the ego? A. To ensure that a person is able to obtain all of his or her wants B. To be the balancing force between personal wants and societal needs C. To control how people observe and imitate others D. To maintain a sense of pride in one's surroundings

3 months ago
bm717:

What do you think the answer is?

3 months ago
bm717:

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3 months ago
bm717:

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3 months ago
tigerlover:

I think it would be D.

3 months ago
Shadow:

Sigmund Freud had a structural model for the psyche. Id - primitive basic instinct (sexual/aggressive) Ego - realistic (mediator between the two extremes of sorts Superego - moral conscience (more moral decisions that deviate from basic instinct).

3 months ago
bm717:

In my opinion, the answer would be B. The answer A is not true because that is an Id. Ego's job was to go between the Id and superego.

3 months ago
bm717:

Id was the one that wanted the needs, and SuperEgo was the one that wanted societal needs. Ego's job was to sort of compromise those two things

3 months ago
tigerlover:

Okay. Thanks. I have 4 more.

3 months ago
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