SYNERGY BETWEEN TEACHING AND FREUD’S STRUCTURAL THEORY OF PERSONALITY: ID, EGO AND SUPEREGO

Authors

  • Dr. Divya Gupta

Abstract

Students are like tabula rasa where there is a dearth of preconceived ideas or predetermined
goals. Looking at the current situation, students are undergoing with such a negative traumas
that it becomes hard for them to handle the peer pressure. Teachers as mentors can judge the
behavior and nature of their disciples and reciprocate accordingly. Their psychoanalytic criticism
can bring the remarkable change in student’s life. This paper is an attempt to show the impact of
three important qualities determining the personality trait of an individual which Sigmund Freud
suggested: Internal Drive (ID), Ego and Superego on Teaching. Freud's work helped in shaping
our understanding of the human mind. Over 100 years later, his research and findings continue to
influence our studies on the human mind. Qualitative method is applied to find the result of this
synergic experiment.

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Published

2020-12-02

How to Cite

Dr. Divya Gupta. (2020). SYNERGY BETWEEN TEACHING AND FREUD’S STRUCTURAL THEORY OF PERSONALITY: ID, EGO AND SUPEREGO. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 6723 - 6734. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/1949