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Exam lasts for 1hour 40 minutes.
Always read through your answers at the end.
Answer all multiple questions, even if you don't know
the answer (1 in 4 chance).
If you run out of time on the essay question use
If you run out of room ask for more paper the lines in
the booklet are not guidelines as to the amount you
Read the question.
Follow the time guidelines in the paper:
Section A: 15 mins (MC)
Section B: 45 mins (short answer)
Section C: 40 mins (longer answer)…read more
Theory of Psychosexual Practical:
Development: Correlational design using
5 Stages of development. self report data
Personality. commitment to goals and
Defence Mechanisms. Research Methods:
Gender Development. Case studies.
Studies in detail: Longitudinal studies.
Little Hans, Freud.
Cross sectional studies.
Is psychoanalysis effective
for all patients?…read more
You will have learnt about one of the following
studies in detail from the Psychodynamic Approach:
Axline V (1964) Dibs: Personality Development in Play
Bachrach et al (1991) Effectiveness of psychoanalytic
Cramer P (1997) Identity, personality and defence
Describe one study from the list. (5)
You have only studied ONE of the above studies in
There is a difference between theories & studies!!…read more
Psychosexual Stages of
5 stages of development.
ORAL, ANAL, PHALLIC, LATENCY & GENTAIL.
Old Age Pensioners Like Greens
If a stage is not completed fixation occurs.
This is when the libido is locked at a particular
This causes abnormal personality development in
adult life.…read more
Know 3 stages in detail
The ORAL stage
Birth to 18 months.
The mouth is the focus of pleasure.
Not being nursed - be envious, pessimistic & sarcastic bite
The ANAL stage
18 months to 2 and half years old.
The anus is the focus of pleasure, due to the experience of toilet
Anal expulsive character messy, reckless and disorganised.
Anal retentive character perfectionism, careful and obstinate.
The PHALLIC stage
3 to 5/6 years old.
The genitals are the focus of pleasure.
Boys experience the Oedipus complex and girls the Electra
complex. Children develop/adopt their gender behaviour from their
The LATENCY stage 6 years to puberty
The GENITAL stage puberty to 18 years old…read more