There were three friends. maybe you've heard of them! harry was rational, logical, and cunning. hermione was rule oriented, moral, and always ethical. ron was pleasure seeking, found it hard to delay gratification, and usually just did what he wanted. according to freud, hermione was mostly
The answer is superego
Explanation: The correct answer is letter C, Superego.
Superego is the portion of the personality that marks what is good and bad, how we want to be and the perception we have of ourselves. This superego is developed, according to Freud, as we are growing and having contact with society and its rules; We learn about "good and bad" by what we are taught to.
The superego's function is to control the id's impulses, especially those which society forbids, such as sex and aggression. It also has the function of persuading the ego to turn to moralistic goals rather than simply realistic ones and to strive for perfection.
Ego: In psychology, the term "ego" is considered as one of the personality dimensions which was proposed by one of the most influential psychologists of his time named Sigmund Freud.
According to Sigmund Freud, ego works on the reality principle i.e, an individual with ego-personality gains the logical aspect of his or her life. He or she generally behave rationally. People with ego-personality knows that every desire of them can not be fulfilled at the moment they want it to.
In the question above, According to Freud, Harry was mostly ego.
According to my research on Freud's model of the psyche there are three main parts. These three parts are the following.
Ego: realistic part that acts as an intermediary between the id and superego
Super-Ego: is the moral conscience
id: is the primitive and instinctive part that contains sexual and aggressive desires as well as memories.
According to these definitions provided by Freud we can say that Ron was mostly the id in the group. Since he was the primitive and instinctive one always seeking what made him happy.
The ego refers to 'that piece of the id which has been altered by the immediate impact of the outside world.'The ego creates to intercede between the unreasonable id and the outer true. It is the basic leadership part of identity. In a perfect world, the inner self works by reason, while the id is riotous and irrational.