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  • Unconscious mind contains unresolved conflicts and has an effect on our behaviour and experience. Many of these conflicts show up in our fantasies and dreams but in disguised forms like shapes.
  • Shows up in dreams/fantasies
  • Unresolved Conflicts
  • Shows up in shapes and symbols
  • Affects behaviour and experiences
  • Oedipus complex - the idea that children pass through 5 stages of development and believed that little Hans supported this idea as sexuality is the basic drive in development
  • Stages of Psychosexual development
  • During the phallic stage the child's interest focuses on their opposite sex parent,this caused conflict between Hans and his father as he feared his father will find out and punish him by castrating
  • Hans liked his mum with sexual desires
  • Little Hans
  • 5 year old little Hans spent a lot of time with his mother and wanted his father to be away permanently
  • Music critic who supported Freud (father) went back to Vienna for a holiday
  • Little Hans
  • He was afraid his mother would drop him when she was bathing him
  • Aim & method
  • Method - longitudinal case study - Freud used clinical case study to investigate Hans' phobia. The case study was carried out by his father who supported Freud who only met the boy once. Little Hans was observed at home by his father who noticed and recorded his observations in everyday activities and passed on the info to Freud to gather evidence to support his theories.
  • Aim - report findings of the treatment of a 5 yr old boy for his fear of horses.
  • When Hans was 3 1/2 his baby sister was born which caused separation from him and his mother.
  • He expressed hostility towards his sister which indirectly caused a fear of baths

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