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The biological drives and demands for instant gratification are part of Freud's

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    None of those. According to Freud, biological drives and demands for instant gratification are part of the id.

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    sorry , ID is not the choice ...

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    Check with your instructor to see if there's an error in this question and the answer choices.

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    I agree and disagree with Ms. Sue. Id would be a better answer, but the id is unconscious.

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