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Definition psychoanalysis:  that part of the unconscious mind with primitive, instinctual desires
  • She prizes the superego over the id.
id = psychoanalysis:  that part of the unconscious mind with primitive, instinctual desires
  • Freud developed three personality structures. The id is the primitive and instinctual part of the mind. The superego operates as a moral conscience. And the ego mediates between the two.
  • id = psychoanalysis:  the part of the unconscious mind with primitive, instinctual desires
  • Does an idiot have an id?
    Daniel Keyes  --  Flowers for Algernon — Novel
id = psychoanalysis:  that part of the unconscious mind with primitive, instinctual desires

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