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Psychosextual development

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Transcript of Psychosextual development

Sigmund Freud
Sigmund Freud (1856–1939) observed that during the predictable stages of early childhood development, the child's behavior is oriented towards certain parts of his or her body, e.g. the mouth during breast-feeding, the anus during toilet-training. He proposed that adult neurosis (functional mental disorder) often is rooted in childhood sexuality, therefore, said neurotic adult behaviors were manifestations of childhood sexual fantasy and desire. That is because human beings are born "polymorphously perverse", infants can derive sexual pleasure from any part of their bodies, and that socialization directs the instinctual libidinal drives into adult heterosexuality.[3] Given the predictable timeline of childhood behavior, he proposed "libido development" as a model of normal childhood sexual development, wherein the child progresses through five psychosexual stages — (i) the oral, (ii) the anal, (iii) the phallic, (iv) the latent, and (v) the genital — in which the source pleasure is in a different erogenous zone.
Oral stage
Anal stage
1–3 years
Phallic stage
3–6 years
The Origin of Psychotherapy
Latency stage
Genital Stage
Birth–1 year
Mouth
Orally aggressive: chewing gum and the ends of pencils, etc.
Orally Passive: smoking, eating, kissing, oral sexual practices[4]
Oral stage fixation might result in a passive, gullible, immature, manipulative personality.
Range
Erogenous zone
Consequences of psychologic fixation
Bowel and bladder elimination
Anal retentive: Obsessively organized, or excessively neat
Anal expulsive: reckless, careless, defiant, disorganized, coprophiliac
Range
Erogenous zone
Consequences of psychologic fixation
Genitalia
Oedipus complex (in boys and girls); according to Sigmund Freud.
Electra complex (in girls); according to Carl Jung.
Range
Erogenous zone
Consequences of psychologic fixation
6–puberty
Dormant sexual feelings
Sexual unfulfillment if fixation occurs in this stage.
Range
Erogenous zone
Consequences of psychologic fixation
Puberty–death
Sexual interests mature
Frigidity, impotence, unsatisfactory relationships
Range
Erogenous zone
Consequences of psychologic fixation
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