Test: Sociology

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What are the id, the ego, and the superego?

The id is the cultural norms and values internalized in a person, the ego is a person's basic drives, and the superego is what tries to balance these natural drives and societal values.

The id is the cultural norms and values internalized in a person, the superego is a person's basic drives, and the ego is what tries to balance these natural drives and societal values.

None of these

The id is a person's basic drives, the superego is the cultural norms and values internalized in a person, and the ego is what tries to balance these natural drives and societal values.

There is no difference between the terms, they all describe a person's innate personality.

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