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Psychosexual development stages - Freud’s theory that centers around an individuals unconscious sexual urges. The theory is broken down into multiple stages that a child goes though as he/she becomes an adult. Ones personality is determined by how well the needs in each stage are met. When a child’s needs are not met they become frustrated and when their needs are surpassed they become overindulged. Frustration and overindulgence result in a fixation at the stage and the child is unable to progress to the next stage. -The Oral Stage- Birth to 1 or 1.5 years of age. Child wants oral stimulation- nursing. Babies who are not nursed can become pessimistic, envious, suspicious or sarcastic. The opposite will become of babies who are nursed. -The Anal Stage- 1 or 1.5 years to 3 years of age. Child is being toilet trained. The child does not want to have to control when he/she can go to the bathroom. If a child is not toilet trained he/she can become messy, disorganized, reckless, careless, and
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