personality? an individual is a Conglom? rat of all? decisions we made throughout our lives. There are natural factors, g? N? Ticks and environmental factors that contribute to the d? Development of our personality? in pursuit of a person more? finished, many people sign up? courses offered in al? management to promote or am? improve the image they intend to project? others. These classes help? identifying features of your consciousness and comparing them with what you intend to exhibit. The factors h? R? Hereditary contributing to d? Development of personality? do? Following interactions with the social environment specifically engineered in which people live. In other words, the personality? is the sum total of what a person – the behaviors, thoughts? es and feelings that persist throughout life. Concepts of? Development of personality? Records: Both hard-core sex and aggression-motivate all our thoughts? Are and our behaviors. They are mentioned? S as eros (love) and Thanatos. Eros represents? Feel the instinct of life o? sex is the main driving force. Thanatos represents? Feel the death instinct, which enabled the human race of Procris? St, while in the m? Me time the eye elimination of our enemies. The structure of personality?: It is believed that the spirit as only having a quantity? fixed rate? psychic energy (libido). The r? Findings from the dynamic interaction between? Has the ego and the superego? S completes our personality? adults. The personality? tripartite personality? has three basic things – the? has the ego and the superego-se r? f? Rant? Does the personality? Tripartite. The id allows us to get our base? Desires satisfied. It is believed that the id is low? E on the principles of pleasure? Say he wants satisfaction imm? Diate, without any consider? Ration for r? Alit? the condition. As the child interacts more with the world, the ego begins? is d? expand. The work of the ego is r? Meet the needs of the id, while taking into account the constraints of the r? What a novel concept. The ego recogn t impulsivit that? or? go? ste can sometimes hurt us, then the field is? be limited? e. Of the superego? Develops during the phallic stage by stupid? Quent? moral constraints placed? are on us by our parents. The m? Mechanisms of d? Defense: The ego has a p? Period tr? S hard trying to meet the needs of the id and the superego and so he uses m? Mechanisms of d? Defense. R? Pressure is the most powerful of them. R? Pressure is the act by which unacceptable id impulses are? Pushed? S? out of consciousness and the unconscious. Psychosexual stages: It is believed that specific points in the d? Development of the child, only one body part is Particular LY sensitive? sexual stimulation. These areas? Rog? Ties are the mouth, anus and r? Region g? Nital. ? any time a child’s libido is focused on the area? rog? no primary for this? age. In con? Frequency of the child has special needs and demands of some who are linked? Are? areas? rog? ties for this? tape. Frustration occurs if these needs are not met, but a child can become abuse?, And can? Be reluctant? S? d? pass the stage. Both frustration and overindulgence can lead? fixation of the libido-the child remains shut up? in this? tape Particular re. If a child is obstructed? D? ? a particular stage, the m? method of obtaining satisfaction that character? laugh? this? step will dominate his personality? adult.