Super Ego Force of Freudian Theory - Organizational Behavior

The super ego represents societal and personal norms  and serves as an ethical constraint on behavior. It can best be described as the conscience. The super ego provides norms to ego to determine what is wrong or right. However, a person is not aware of the working of the super ego, and conscience is developed by absorption of cultural values and norms of the society.

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