Psychology-Test 6

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The 3 component parts of personality as proposed by Freud are:

a. the conscious, preconscious and unconscious
b. Larry, Moe, and Curly
c. Id, Libido, and Superego
d. Superego, Ego, and Id
e. Oral, Anal, and Phallic

Answer:
d. Superego, Ego, and Id

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