Pleasure-principle meaning

In psychoanalysis, the tendency or drive to achieve pleasure and avoid pain as the chief motivating force in behavior.
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(psychoanalysis) The principle that the governing instinct of the id is to seek pleasure, or gratification, and avoid pain, or unpleasantness.
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In psychoanalysis, the tendency or drive to achieve pleasure and avoid pain as the chief motivating force in behavior.
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