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These are called psychosexual stages because each stage represents the fixation of libido roughly translated as sexual drives or instincts on a different area of the body.
As a person grows physically certain areas of their body become important as sources of potential frustration erogenous zonespleasure or both. Freud believed that life was built round tension and pleasure.
Freud also believed that all tension was due to the build-up of libido sexual energy and that all pleasure came from its discharge. In describing human personality development as psychosexual Freud meant to convey that what develops is the way in which sexual energy accumulates and is discharged as we mature biologically.
NB Freud used the term 'sexual' in a very general way to mean all pleasurable actions and thoughts. Freud stressed that the first five years of life are crucial to the formation of adult personality.
The id must be controlled in order to satisfy social demands; this sets up a conflict between frustrated wishes and social norms. The ego and superego develop in order to exercise this control and direct the need for gratification into socially acceptable channels.
Gratification centers in different areas of the body at different stages of growth, making the conflict at each stage psychosexual. The Role of Conflict Each of the psychosexual stages is associated with a particular conflict that must be resolved before the individual can successfully advance to the next stage.
To explain this Freud suggested the analogy of military troops on the march. As the troops advance, they are met by opposition or conflict. If they are highly successful in winning the battle resolving the conflictthen most of the troops libido will be able to move on to the next battle stage.
But the greater the difficulty encountered at any particular point, the greater the need for troops to remain behind to fight and thus the fewer that will be able to go on to the next confrontation. Frustration, Overindulgence, and Fixation Some people do not seem to be able to leave one stage and proceed on to the next.
One reason for this may be that the needs of the developing individual at any particular stage may not have been adequately met in which case there is frustration.
Both frustration and overindulgence or any combination of the two may lead to what psychoanalysts call fixation at a particular psychosexual stage.
Fixation refers to the theoretical notion that a portion of the individual's libido has been permanently 'invested' in a particular stage of his development.
It is assumed that some libido is permanently invested in each psychosexual stage and thus each person will behave in some ways that are characteristic of infancy, or early childhood.
Psychosexual Stages of Development You can remember the order of these stages by using the mnemonic: Oral Stage year In the first stage of personality development, the libido is centered in a baby's mouth.
It gets much satisfaction from putting all sorts of things in its mouth to satisfy the libido, and thus its id demands.
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