Psychosexual Stages of Development

Basic info on the 5 psychosexual stages of development

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  • Created on: 15-04-13 18:45
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  • Psychosexual Stages of Development
    • Oral
      • 0-1 1/2 years
      • Pleasure gained from mouth
        • Conflict: Weening
      • Stimulation
        • Too Little
          • Selfish
          • Unable to develop relationships
          • Pessimistic
        • Too much
          • Gullible
          • Optimistic
          • Over entusiastic
    • Fixation
      • Too much/ too little stimulation
      • Causes characteristics to appear in adulthood
    • Anal
      • 1 1/2 - 3 years
      • Pleasure gained: controlling bowels
        • Conflict: Potty Training
      • Stimulation
        • Strict: anal retentive
          • tidy
          • Possesive
        • Lenient: anal explusive
          • Messy
          • Over generous
    • Phallic
      • 3-5 years
      • Gender Development occurs
        • Identification Occurs
      • Conflict: Oedipus/Electra
      • Stimulation
        • Indulgent: Phallic Dominant
          • Vain
          • Proud
        • Strict: Phallic Submissive
          • Timid
          • Shy
    • Latency
      • 5- puberty
      • Overcome Oedipus/Electra
        • Resolve sexual feelings towards parents
      • Fixated
        • Uncomfortable with opposite sex
    • Genital
      • 12-18 years
      • Where 'crushes' turn into adult relationships
      • Fixation
        • Shy
        • Immature
        • Difficulty forming relationships

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