The Unconscious Mind Analysis

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Brian Martone PS101 Sec.701 Summer 2015 Exam 1 Lawrence Goff 1) When comparing and contrasting the unconscious and conscious minds to the observable and internal mental processes we begin to see how both of these areas influence and effect each other. The unconscious and conscious minds process a lot to do with everyday tasks as well as the tasks that we may not process all by ourselves. We don 't have complete control of our minds, however, the unconscious part that does help, preserves the physical body (by keeping it alive) and also runs the body in ways of health through the immune system, heart rate, and simply breathing. (Conscious of the Unconscious. (n.d.). Retrieved June 17, 2015, from…show more content…
I believe what may seems to be the biggest part, our physical behavior doesn 't reflect what truly is the biggest part. Our natural instincts, internal processes, or unconscious minds deal with most of what we do everyday and that 's why I believe it is the bigger part of the picture when discussing both of these issues. The Nervous System, specifically the CNS work to communicate not only physically but with the brain, telling yourself about pain or a temperature shift, are experienced in both of these areas. (Understanding your Mind; Conscious and Unconscious Processing. (n.d.). Retrieved June 17, 2015, from…show more content…
Race, ethnicity, gender, traditions, age, or religion may be some of the subgroups that influence someone 's behavior. When relating this theory to an attraction of love between two people we can connect how this interaction can be a social cue, and it 's discipline can define how behavior/actions and feelings can occur. (Cultural Psychology - Boundless Open Textbook. (n.d.). Retrieved June 17, 2015, from https://www.boundless.com/psychology/textbooks/boundless-psychology-textbook/introduction-to-psychology-1/theoretical-perspectives-in-modern-psychology-23/cultural-psychology-116-12653/ ) In conclusion, the attraction of love between two people may be defined differently, but what is the same between both the Humanistic Perspective and the Social Perspective is that both of these empathize the qualities of the human, whether it be from the inside or from a social construct. Also, as cultural psychology goes, these behavioral tendencies are rooted and embodied within the culture, so they are not only shaped by their culture, but the culture is
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