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Ego (psychoanalysis): In psychoanalysis according to Freud, the weakest third of the personality which moderates between base impulses of the id and conscience-driven concerns of the superego.
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- Psychology : The study of systemic properties of the brain and their relation to behaviour.
- Sigmund Freud : (1856 – 1939) Pioneering psychiatrist who developed psychoanalysis.
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- Superego : In psychotherapy according to Freud, the branch of the personality representing the conscience, gleaned from internalizing rules by parental standards.
- Id : In psychotherapy according to Freud, one of the three parts of the personality; the id represented instinct, hunger, and other basic drives.