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Even in paramecia, there is approach to a weak light and avoidance of a strong one. The concept was expanded by Denny-Brown (1963) in the interpretation of a spectrum of motor and cognitive responses; for example, he interpreted Parkinson’s tremor as a rhythmic alternation of positive/negative, or approach/avoidance behaviors. This idea was the basis of his description of the flexor or extensor bias in pallidal and striatal syndromes. It was extended to psychological attitudes in the account of frontal and parietal lobes (and lesions) in relation to grasping (approach) and denial (withdrawal).

The relation of feeling to memory, to idea, dream and object, is the pivotal problem in theory. Freud’s account of emotion Freud tried to account for this relation by postulating the cathexis of memory traces by libidinal drive energy. He argued that memory traces were static entities deposited by perceptions. For Freud, one meaning of the timelessness of the Ucs concerned the identity of registration and retention (Leowald, 2000). The perception-memory trace was, in the metapsychology, transformed to a drive-representation or idea when it was activated—cathected—by libidinal drive energy, but how circulating energy locates the trace, or the trace attracts the energy was not discussed.

One infers that hunger and sexual drive are categorical primes that generate an out-going search for objects, the targets of which become “containers” for the drive process. After satiation, hunger disappears. In what sense does the hunger-drive exist other than as future potentiality? The transition from drive to desire With learning in the course of maturation, drive-categories and the core self become the repositories of the implicit or unconscious beliefs and values that make up individual character.

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