Behavioral Patterns as they Relate to Gender

Psychology / April 23, 2015 / No Comments /
This paper examines how gender affects human behavior.

This paper shows the influence of gender on the psychological makeup and behavioral patters of female patients according to studies made by Freud and John Baker.
“Gender can be described as a structure beneath which gender forces bubble. The structure itself is the biological male and female. The forces that bubble beneath this are the cultural and social components of this. These forces can be analyzed in relation to Freud’s analysis of Dora, as described in Dora: An Analysis of a Case of Hysteria. In this work, we can see that gender is the force which pushes Dora into her state of hysteria. It is the nature of the role of gender that is at the basis of Dora’s problems.”

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