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Brian Rose Period 7 DC Psychology January 16, 2003 Chapter 2 Take-home Essay test 1. Neurosis is maladaptive, repetitive, formed as a result of damned-up impulses in a restrictive environment. Anxiety causes this by causing too much stress on the ego from the super-ego or id. The ego has to spend too much time dealing with defense mechanisms and thus ties up large amounts of libido. Libido is the life-giving force according to Freud. The more that is tied up the less there is for life to continue in an organized way. Causing the person to become engulfed in their neurotic behaviors. This is caused by the anxiety put on the ego, because it has too fight continuously with the super-ego and id to keep them from having too much control. When the super-ego or id start to grow to the size of or bigger than the ego, there is major problems. Such as anxiety causing neurotic behaviors. The cathexis of libidinal energy is tied up when there is anxiety put on the ego by the super-ego or the id. They are tied up by defense mechanisms that keep the libido from being released to give life-energy. The more libido tied up through cathexis the less life-energy. The anxiety is often suppressed into the unconscious mind. Dreams are a release of the anxiety through acting them out in dreams. Such as free association, hypnosis as well as transference. The first stage the oral stage can cause anxiety when, because of lack of food, suckling or cuddling you become oral fixated when these are suppressed into the unconscious causing libido to become tied up with the suppression of the fixation. The second stage is the anal stage, which causes anxiety due to suppressed of pressured potty training, or feeling shame for gratification of expulsion or retention of feces. The third stage the phallic stage causes anxiety when there is shame for masturbation. As well as the unconscious for males of castration anxiety, the Oedipus complex is also in the unconscious causing anxiety due to the fact boys have sexual feelings toward their mothers, which they can not fulfill due to their fathers. Females it is seen in penis envy, that is anxiety for lack of a penis. As well as incestuous feelings for their fathers, which causes anxiety due to not being able to follow through on the desires. In summation anxiety directly affects neurosis by causing to large of a strain on the ego, by enlarging either the super-ego or the id.2. The men that I have liked or loved in my life are Preston, Mike, Ralph, and Scott. The women are Zhia, Chiara, and Terri. Preston is an extrovert who always...

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