The Pleasure Principle
Tags: PLEASURE principle (Psychology); FREUD, Sigmund, 1856-1939; SOFTBALL; DO What You Love, the Money Will Follow: Discovering Your Right Livelihood (Book); 301 Ways to Have Fun at Work (Book); SINETAR, Marsha; HEMSATH, Dave; YERKES, Leslie
- Normal and Abnormal Impulses. BOYD-BARRETT, E. // America;1/17/1925, Vol. 32 Issue 14, p317
The article reflects on the classification of normal and abnormal impulses by various psychologists and philosophers. The four elements of impulses are the drive, the direction of the drive, the physical act and consciousness. It compares the libido theory of Sigmund Freud, the bonum and élan...
- id. Peters, Michael // BMA A-Z Family Medical Encyclopedia;2004, p406
An encyclopedia entry for the term "id" is presented. It refers to one of the three constituents of the personality, along with the ego and superego, described by Sigmund Freud. It is defined as the primitive, unconscious energy store from which the instincts for food, love, sex, and other basic...
- pleasure principle Psychology. // Dictionary of Theories;2002, p416
A definition of the term "pleasure principle" is presented. It is a theory in psychology proposed by Austrian founder of psychoanalysis Sigmund Freud. It is a psychoanalytic concept suggesting that an organism avoids pain and seeks immediate gratification.
- Book review. // Food Management;Dec99, Vol. 34 Issue 12, p11
Reviews the book `301 Ways to Have Fun at Work,' by Dave Hemsath and Leslie Yerkes.
- Lighten up. Vasilash, Gary S. // Automotive Manufacturing & Production;Sep97, Vol. 109 Issue 9, p45
Features the book `301 Ways to Have Fun at Work,' by Dave Hemsath and Leslie Yerkes. Making fun of work using game formats; Effect on employee reaction to training, discussion and work interactions.
- LA COSA Y EL SACRIFICIO. Uribe, Juan Guillermo // Affectio Societatis;jun2012, Vol. 9 Issue 16, p2
The introduction of the notion of das Ding, the Thing, in the 7 Seminar: the ethics of the psychoanalysis is of crucial importance as well as for the clinic psychoanalytic as for the general ethics reflection. Lacan takes from Kant the notion of moral law as categorical imperative, which, for...
- Did Freud Build His Own Legend? A new study analyzes the myth of the master. // Time;7/30/1979, Vol. 114 Issue 5, p51
The article focuses on psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud. It states that author Frank J. Sulloway wrote a book titled "Freud: Biologist of the Mind" that highlights the achievements of Freud. It also states that the book contains the concepts of Freud on infant sexuality, psychoanalysis and neurotic...
- Freud: Who seduced whom? Schatzman, M. // New Scientist;3/21/92, Vol. 133 Issue 1813, p34
Investigates dubious evidence that Freud drew on to support his conclusions. Patients had not told him of their experiences of sexual seduction, rather he had inferred them; Freud invented certain memories of his own; Some of his earlier writings are betrayed as false in his later versions.
- Re-examining Freud. // Psychology Today;Sep89, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p48
On the 50th anniversary of Sigmund Freud's death, takes another look at the major architect of modern psychology, reassesses his contributions, and discusses what a few of today's leading psychologists think can still be learned from his work.