Psychoanalytic Perspective Of The Id, Ego, And Superego

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Placed on the street of Ocean Avenue there is a small burger restaurant named Bob’s Burgers. Bob’s Burgers is owned by Bob Belcher himself and his family. His family consists of Linda, his wife, and his three children Tina, Gene, and Louise. Louise is the youngest of the family but has the biggest attitude. This spunky nine year consists of a loud mouth, mischievous ways, and pink bunny ears. Louise tends to want things to go her way, and if they don’t go her way, there might be some trouble in for the family. Louise has many traits that factor into her having such a large personality. Louise can be feisty, aggressive, quick-witted, mischievous, and sometimes a little inappropriate. She is not afraid to speak her mind no matter what it may be. She is undeniably the sassiest girl out there. The Psychoanalytic Perspective views that personality develops through stages, each influenced by the unconscious mind. Within this theory, there is the concept of the Id, Ego, and Superego. Louise’s actions are more controlled by her id, the id demands immediate gratification and strives to satisfy the basic sexual and aggressive drives. Louise tends to have an aggressive attitude and she works for what she wants. She behaves impulsively and rarely shows a sign of guilt. She tends to not realize the difference between rights and wrongs, “I got a tool to remove security tags! Next Christmas is on me!” Her id plays a major role in her personality, controlling her aggressive and

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