Early Affectional Bonds

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Psychosexual Stages of  Psychosexual Stages of  Development Development Oral Stage Oral Stage Anal Stage Anal Stage Phallic Stage Phallic Stage Latency Latency Genital Stage Genital Stage 2 Sigmund Freud Sigmund Freud     (1856 –1939) (1856 –1939)
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3 Give me a dozen healthy  infants, well-formed, and my  own specified world to bring  them up in and I'll guarantee  to take any at random and  train him to become any type  of specialist I might select-- doctor, lawyer, artist,  merchant-chief and, yes,  even a beggar-man and thief,  regardless of his talents,  penchants, tendencies,  abilities, vocations, and race  of his ancestors.” John Watson John Watson 1878 – 1958 Goal of Psychology:   Prediction and Control  Subject matter:  Elements of  Behavior; acts which could be  described objectively  without  using subjective or mentalistic  terminology  
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This note was uploaded on 05/10/2009 for the course PSYC 359 taught by Professor Barone during the Spring '09 term at USC.

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