Chapter 6 - ii. Isophilic- preadolescence, needs people...

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Chapter 6- Harry Stack Sullivan Modes of Experience- 1. Protaxic mode- infancy, state of generalized sensation or feeling with absence of thought 2. Parataxic mode- child using speech but few logical connections; understanding remains minimal 3. Syntaxic mode- experience, judgements, and observations are shared and understood, consensual validation Six stages of Development 1. Infancy- protaxic. Starts from birth until speech; forms personifications; 2. Childhood- starts from articulate speech until need for peers a. Children accept parents standards b. Language becomes a tool to alleviate tensions c. Developing self-system to eliminate anxiety 3. Juvenile Era- parataxic. finding friends and recognizing people as authorities 4. Preadolescence- needing a best friend 5. Early Adolescence- syntaxic. intimacy needs a. Orientation to others based on intimacy needs i. Autophilic- no preadolescent development, self-directed love
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Unformatted text preview: ii. Isophilic- preadolescence, needs people like himself, same sex iii. Heterophilic- intimate with members of opposite sex b. Orientation to others based on status i. Homosexuals ii. Heterosexuals iii. Autosexuals iv. Katasexuals c. Lust regarding use of genitals i. Orthogenital- heterosexual use of genitals ii. Paragenital- seeks contacts but no intercourse (rubbing) iii. Metagenital- masturbating others or performing oral sex iv. Amphigenital- taking on a role that is different from their own 6. Late Adolescence- begins with genital behavior and ends with establishment of fully mature repertory of interpersonal relations Psychotherapy Stages: 1. Inception- first meeting 2. Reconnaissance personal history 3. Detailed Inquiry- in-depth exploration 4. Interruption or termination...
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This note was uploaded on 09/25/2010 for the course PSYCH 3325 taught by Professor Sheridan during the Spring '10 term at University of Houston.

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