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chapter 14 review - Sigmund Freud and the Psychodynamic...

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Sigmund Freud and the Psychodynamic Approach Relates personality to the interplay of conflicting forces within the individual, including unconscious ones. Largely discredited: most well-known components of theory included “catharsis”, which actually showed no evidence of therapeutic value, Oedipus complex (for boys), again, no evidence. 5 stages of psychosexual development (where libido is centered) •Oral: birth to 1.5 YOA – sucking, swallowing, biting, dependence issues. •Anal: 1.5-3 YOA – expelling and retaining feces: orderliness or lack thereof, stinginess or generosity •Phallic: 3-6 YOA: touching penis or clitoris: Oedipus complex: Males, fear of castration, females, penis envy •Latent: 6-puberty: suppression of sexual interest •Genital: puberty onward: sexual contact with others Alfred Adler and Individual Psychology Inferiority complex: an exaggerated feeling of weakness, inadequacy, and helplessness. •Striving for superiority:
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  • Spring '08
  • Staff
  • Alfred Adler, Psychosexual development, Thematic Apperception Test, various facial expressions, Unconditioned positive regard

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