Psych 101

Psych 101

Greetings, we would like to introduce you to your friends…the ID, Ego, and Super-ego.  Please follow the below link and answer the assignment questions:,_ego,_and_super-ego

Mary Ann Marzano says:

The whole bible is one big war between the id and the super-ego. The id being our flesh and the super-ego being the Holy Spirit in us. In the Old Testament, God is constantly trying to get His children to obey. Do they ever listen…no. It took 40 years to cover a 11 day journey because they couldn’t control their urges. The New Testament is a little different in that Jesus dies for our sins because we just can’t seem to get it right. Even though we find salvation through Jesus, we are still told to strive to a hirer level, overcoming our id. Dying to the flesh is a regular suggestion in the N.T.

Assignment Questions:

1) What is the difference between the mind and the brain?

2) Why is important to note that the ID, Ego, and Super-Ego are parts of the mind, rather than the brain?

3) Do you see the ID, Ego, and Super-Ego to almost exist as separate personalities within a person?  Why or why not?

4) In your own words define the ID.

5) How can the ID relate to mankind’s "sin nature"?

6) What leadership skills would you need when working with someone with a strong ID?

7) In your own words define the Ego.

8) How can the battle between the super-ego and the id affect leadership?

9) Why do you think so many people have come to label the word "ego" as a negative aspect of a person (for example "he is on an ego trip")?

10) How is the Ego connected to a person’s concept of their self worth?

11) How can the Ego cause arguments with other people?

12) In your own words define the Super-ego.

13) How does the Super-ego compare to the work of the Holy Spirit in the lives of Christians?