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Starting with Sigmund Freud, psychoanalysis and then more general psychodynamic approaches have emphasized the importance of early childhood experiences and parental connections as guiding forces in personality formation. Furthermore, this perspective considers the unconscious mind and impulses to be far more powerful than conscious awareness. Psychoanalysis, and later more general psychodynamic approaches, have stressed the importance of early childhood experiences and parental ties as guiding forces in personality formation, beginning with Sigmund Freud. Furthermore, the unconscious mind and instincts are regarded as significantly more powerful than conscious awareness in this worldview.
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