Unconscious Behavior and Sigmund Freud

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Unconscious Behavior & Sigmund Freud:

Sigmund Freud believed that human behaviour is like an iceberg. There is a seen part and an unseen part. Just like in an iceberg, the unseen part of human behaviour controls the seen part. Freud believed that human behaviour is in constant conflict within itself, that is, the three constructs of human personality are in constant struggle. This is one of the reasons why most people cannot physically express their emotions. Modern psychologists believe that human behaviour is satisfied by wants and motives. These wants and motives have five characteristics:

Human Wants and Motives:

1.Human behaviour is controlled by the strongest need.

2.If the need is satisfied, it no longer controls behaviour.

3.When a need is satisfied, it gives rise to another need.

4.New needs always arise.

5.Needs are present everywhere at once.

Additional Readings:

1. Human Relations Movement according to Fred Luthans
2. Definition of Organization Behavior
3. Fundamental Concepts of Organizational Behavior
4. Unconscious Behavior and Sigmund Freud
5. Mechanics of Defense Mechanisms
6. Content and Process, and Abraham Maslow's Need-Hierarchy Theory
7. Theory of motivation by Herzberg
8. Definition of Morale
9. Ego States
10. Determinants of Personality
11. Definition of Perception
12. Attitude, Belief, and Ideology
13. Stress and State of Exhaustion
14. Leadership and Leadership Styles
15. Path-Goal Leadership

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