Freud's Psychosexual Stages (Unit 11) Flashcards

1
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List the psychosexual stages in order (5):

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  1. Oral
  2. Anal
    3.Phallic
  3. Latency
    5.Genital
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2
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What age is the oral stage?

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Birth to 1 or 1 and a half

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3
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Transition from breastfeeding to solid food:

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Oral Stage

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4
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Outcome: Overeating, smoking, overdependence:

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Oral Stage

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5
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What age is the anal stage?

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2-3 years

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6
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Toilet training, reality based expectation of behavior:

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Anal Stage

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7
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Outcome: Obsession over neatness/order OR messy, rebellious, and hostile personality:

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Anal Stage

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8
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What age is the phallic stage?

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3-6 years

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9
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What erogenous zone is the phallic stage?

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Genitalia

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10
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Attachment to opposite-sex parent, identification with same-sex parent:

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Phallic Stage

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11
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Outcome: Oedipus complex, castration anxiety, Electra complex, penis envy:

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Phallic Stage

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12
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What age is the latency stage?

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6 to puberty

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13
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What erogenous zone is the latency stage?

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None

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14
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Focus on intellectual and social development:

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Latency Stage

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15
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What age is the genital stage?

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Puberty On

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16
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Development of intimate relationships outside of family:

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Genital Stage

17
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Outcome: Sexual desire emerges, Freud believes one’s personality is fixed at this point:

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Genital Stage

18
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Inadequate resolution of a stage, which prevents an individual from progressing on and can manifest as an unconscious dynamic in the adult personality:

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Fixation

19
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Can occur during the phallic stage when a male child’s sexual desire leads to a fear of the father:

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Oedipal Conflict

20
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A boy’s fear that the dad will remove his penis if the boy attempts to seduce his mother:

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Castration Anxiety

21
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Girl desire their fathers while dislike their mothers:

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Electra Conflict

22
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Because girls don’t have a penis they cannot identify with their fathers and later develop an inferiority complex because of ths:

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Penis Envy

23
Q

A cognitive psychologist and the most influential of all the developmental theorists:

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Jean Piaget’s Cognitive Development

24
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Maturing brains build concepts or ____:

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Schemas

25
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Piaget’s two concepts we use to adjust to our schemas:

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Assimilate and Accomodate

26
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Interpret them in terms of our current knowledge/schemas; schema stays the same:

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Assimilate

27
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Adjust our schemas to fit the new experience; schema “creates change”:

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Accommodate

28
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Piaget said there is a ________ ______ when certain events must take place if proper development is to occur:

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Critical Period