In Psychology and Life (Chapter 1, 18th edition), the authors (Gerrig and Zimbardo) write that
According to the psychodynamic perspective, behavior is driven, or motivated, by powerful inner forces. In this view, human actions stem from inherited instincts, biological drives, and attempts to resolve conflicts between personal needs and society’s demands. Deprivation states, physiological arousal, and conflicts provide the power for behavior just as coal fuels a steam locomotive.
I'm wondering if these two lists "match up." In other words:
- inherited instincts — deprivation states
- biological drives — physiological arousal
- attempts to resolve conflicts between personal needs and society’s demands — conflicts
By "match up, I mean are they related as elements are in the following example:
Freud's structural model of the psyche includes the id, the ego, and the superego, which relate to instinctual drives, the need to develop and maintain an organized and realistic perception of the world, and the internalization of cultural rules, respectively.
It's this "respectively" part I'm focused on. Did the authors write those sentences with that sort of relationship in mind?