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Q: In one to two sentences, name some values, interests, skills, or personality traits that should play a role in your career decision
A: The structural model, which was later conceived by Freud, further divided personality into the id, the ego and superego. Freud maintained that at birth there is but one personality structure, the id. [ [ This is the selfish part one?s self that is concerned with satisfying personal desires and is buried entirely in the unconscious. The ego part is based on the reality principal and based on
satisfying id impulses while taking into consideration the realities of the situation. The ego?s job is to keep the id impulses in the unconscious, since id impulses tend to be socially unacceptable and may pose a threat to one?s self. Freud maintained that this was aimed at reducing tension for needs that go unmet. The superego helps in ones decisions based on what is acceptable so as to not violate society?s moral code like lying, cheating and stealing; thus the superego concept can be called ones conscience. The libido and thanatos theory as explained by Freud ] ]
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User: Salary is the most important factor when choosing a career path. True False

User: In one to two sentences, name some values, interests, skills, or personality traits that should play a role in your career decision

Weegy: The structural model, which was later conceived by Freud, further divided personality into the id, the ego and superego. Freud maintained that at birth there is but one personality structure, the id. [ [ This is the selfish part one?s self that is concerned with satisfying personal desires and is buried entirely in the unconscious. The ego part is based on the reality principal and based on satisfying id impulses while taking into consideration the realities of the situation. The ego?s job is to keep the id impulses in the unconscious, since id impulses tend to be socially unacceptable and may pose a threat to one?s self. Freud maintained that this was aimed at reducing tension for needs that go unmet. The superego helps in ones decisions based on what is acceptable so as to not violate society?s moral code like lying, cheating and stealing; thus the superego concept can be called ones conscience. The libido and thanatos theory as explained by Freud ] ]
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