Episode 6 - The Psychological Dynamics in Dispute Resolution: the interplay between the id, ego, superego and apology, through the lens view of Sigmund Freud

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    Abstract

    Is there an interplay between ego and apology, which are two sides of a coin when it comes to dispute resolution? I and Esther Ebigbo, a First Class graduate of psychology from the University of Nigeria, who works with persons with disabilities; an inspirational singer, provided a comprehensive insight into the above-stated question. We also dealt with 'whether people can have a subject matter bias'? The reason for this question predicates the 5th Episode of EVA where we discussed that some lawyers are yet to embrace ADR.
    We concluded that this psychological, emotional dynamics and other factors discussed should be borne in mind by potential users when making a choice.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 4 Dec 2020

    Keywords

    • Psychoanalytic Therapy
    • psychoanalysis
    • Sigmund Freud
    • Dispute Resolution
    • Mediation
    • Apology
    • id
    • ego
    • superego

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