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How old are you in the oral stage?

0-18 months

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In the oral stage how is satisfaction received?

Feeding

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How do you become orally fixated?

Too much or little feeding

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Freud said individuals with schizophrenia become fixated when?

First few months of the oral stage

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All schizophrenics are orally fixated but not all orally fixated people will do what?

Develop schizophrenia

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(Regression) if an adult experiences excessive amounts of stress the individual may do what?

Regress back to the oral stage

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(Regression) when a schizophrenic regresses how long is it?

Long term
Over reliance on regression

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(Losing touch with reality) during the oral stage the ego is not what?

Well developed
Oral stage is 0-18 months
Ego develops at 2-3 years

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(Losing touch with reality) the role of the ego is what?

Managing the demands of the id and superego

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(Losing touch with reality) if the person represses back to a time the ego doesn't exist the id does what?

Operates unimpeded

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(Losing touch with reality) what do the symptoms of schizophrenia e.g. Hallucinations represent?

Unchecked activities of the id

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(Losing touch with reality) the schizophrenic individual is unable to do what?

Distinguish between reality and their desires

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(Schizophrenogenic mother) psychodynamic theorist believed which relationship is a crucial factor in development of schizophrenia?

Mother child relationship

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(Schizophrenogenic mother) who developed the concept of the schizophrenogenic mother?

Fromm-Reichmann

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(Schizophrenogenic mother) the concept says mothers of people with schizophrenia are what?

Overprotective and controlling
But also rejecting and distant

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(Schizophrenogenic mother) an overprotective controlling mother does what?

Stifles a childs emotional development

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(Schizophrenogenic mother) a rejecting and distant mother does what?

Leaves the child with lack of personal security

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(Schizophrenogenic mother) the child is vulnerable to what?

Stress and is therefore more likely to regress

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(Schizophrenogenic mother) mothers with psychological problems gave birth to healthy children and then did what?

Drove them mad

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(Schizophrenogenic mother) in the home the mothers delusional ideas do what?

Dominate making her unaware of needs of other family members

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(Schizophrenogenic mother) schizophrenic behaviours are a way of a child doing what?

Making sense of the toxic home environment

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