Psychological Integration - Coggle Diagram
, Conscious mind (Reality Principle)
, Moral values, societal norms & Ideals (Morality principle, ideal principle)
, unconscious mind (pleasure principle)
Industry vs. Inferiority
Identity vs. Role Confusion
Coherent sense of self & clear identity
Initiative vs. Guilt
explore &play= sense of purpose & initiative
Intimacy vs. Isolation (
Autonomy vs. Shame & Doubt
Generativity vs. Stagnation
Making positive impact =
Actively engaged in work, family, community, sense of generativity & fulfillment.
Trust vs. Mistrust
Integrity vs. Despair
Satisfaction & accomplishments & experiences = sense of wisdom & integrity
(mother, the hero, wise old man, shadow)
(Universal symbols, themes, patterns present across different cultures)
the collective unconscious influences an individual's behavior, thoughts, and perceptions, even if they are not consciously aware of it.
Carl Rogers, Self-Actualization
(to become the best version of themselves)
(Authentic, express true feelings)
Openness to experience
(embrace new ideas, perspectives, experiences, open-minded)
(independent & self-directed, making choice aligned with their values)
Freud's Stage of Psychosexual Development
(preschool age), 3-6 years
pleasure centered around the genitals = Successful resolution of the Oedipus/Electra complex leads to the development of gender identity and the superego.
(School age), 6-12
Repressed sexual feelings = focus on socializing and intellectual pursuits.
(toddlerhood), 1-3 year
pleasure related to bowel and bladder control = healthy development of self-control and autonomy.
(adolescence & beyond), Genital.
focus is on mature sexual relationships = ability to form healthy and intimate relationships.
(infancy) 1 year,
pleasure through sucking and biting = ability to trust and form relationships