Freud's Perspective

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1. What is the most important element of Freud's perspective on personality development? Why? ***300 WORD, MUST INCLUDE 2 SCHOLARLY REFERENCES, REFERENCES MUST BE SYNTHESIZED CANNOT BE DIRECT QUOTES"****

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1PsychologyStudent Name [ ]Course [ ]University name [ ]Psychology21. What is the most important element of Freud's perspective onpersonality development? Why?Sigmund Freud is a standout amongst the most well known names in psychology. Despitethe fact that the vast majority of his thoughts have been relinquished by modernpsychology, his psychoanalytic hypothesis framed the premise for some currentpsychodynamic speculations. Freud was the first to talk about the unconscious mind andits role in human behavior. The greatest contribution of Freud in personality developmentis he explained libido is frequently sublimated into desexualized energy. This energy isput resources into a wide range of other psychic endeavors both gainful and damaging.Actually, Freud contended that it is this desexualized energy which pushes the person tocreate in all parts of their lives. The m

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