In Freud's view what is the difference between the ego, id and superego, and how do they interact
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... Interactions between the ego, id, and superego The ego, id, and super ego are components of the psychic apparatus defined by Freud in his structural model of the psyche (Nehrer 86); this theoretical construct explains the motivation of human psychology, and the organization of human feelings and thoughts. In Freud’s view, the mind has three components, the id, ego, and super ego, which constantly interact and each one of them is responsible for a different purpose. This paper will provide a detailed account of the differences between the id, ego, and super ego, according to Freud’s view, and the ways in which they interact. The Id Freud conceptualizes the id in terms of uncoordinated instincts, and...