The Silence of the Lambs Essay | The Silence of the Lambs - Case Study

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Summary: Hannibal Lector and The Psychoanalytical Perspective (Sigmund Freud)and The Behavioural Perspective

Section 1

Throughout this Case Study I will be using two different theoretical backgrounds. The Psychoanalytical Perspective (Sigmund Freud)

The Behavioural Perspective

These will help me throughout the case study concerning Hannibal

Freud believed that much of our behaviour stems from unconsious processes. What Freud meant by unconscious processes was beliefs, fears, and desires a person is unaware of but that nevertheless influence behaviour. What Freud believed was that much of our behavior is affected by our unconcoscious, which consists of all aspects of our personalities of which we are unaware. The conscious consists of that which is within our immediate awareness. The preconscious consists of that which is not immediately at the level of awareness but is fairly accessible;many of our ideas and thoughts become available to us when we concentrate on them or attempt to bring them into awareness, preconscious...

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