Superego in Freudian theory refers to the aspect of the personality representing the internalization of society's values, standards, and morals; the inner consciousness, in direct opposition to the id. This is one of the three structures in the psychoanalytic theory of mind which is develop during the phallic stage and is the internalized representation of society's morals and goals; the conscience.
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superego is a term in Psychoanalysis which refers to the psychic entity representing the internalized moral standards of parents and society.
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