The Psychodynamic Approach Quiz

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  • Created on: 19-05-16 09:58

1. At what age does the Phallic stage occur?

  • Occurs around the age of 4/5 years old.
  • Starts at puberty.
  • Lasts from birth to around 18 months.
  • Lasts from 18 months to around 3 years old.
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2. What are the 5 stages of development? (in the correct order)

  • Anal, Oral, Phallic, Latency, Gential.
  • Genital, Latecy, Phallic, Anal, Oral.
  • Oral, Anal, Phallic, Latency, Genital.
  • Oral, Anal, Latency, Phallic, Genital.

3. What part of the body is the focus of sexual energy in the Phallic stage?

  • The anus.
  • There isn't one.
  • The genitals.
  • The mouth.

4. What is a strength of the theory of psychosexual stages?

  • The case studies required personal interpretation.
  • His theory was unique to the individual and their life.
  • Freud provided some new treatments to patients with mental health problems, which were otherwise unavailable – his development of psychoanalysis was particularly useful in the treatment of those with neuroses.
  • The concepts are measurable and therefore are scientific.

5. What part of the body is the focus of sexual energy in the Latent stage?

  • The genitals.
  • There isn't one.
  • The anus.
  • The mouth.

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