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Taking up where Izzard (1999) left off, this paper argues that reconceptualisation of psychoanalytic theory is necessary and that such reconceptualisation should retain the Oedipus complex as a central organising concept in the psychosexual development of the homosexual male.
The last 2 years of the Church's life have led to the deeper understanding that, through trial and tribulation, religion and psychosexual development are integrally related.
The psychosexual development of HIV-positive adolescents has not yet been the subject of specific studies in Africa.
The subtext framework composing part 1 is constructed with accounts from and commentary on Genesis, Aquinas and natural law theory, and from theories of psychosexual development and Aquinas on acquired virtues and chastity.
Maybe I missed out on crucial stages of my psychosexual development and should be seeing a shrink.
Sue, the Scottish charity's principal psychosexual development officer, said: "One of my aims is to get at least one sexual therapist in every district.
According to Freud's theory of psychosexual development, the male child has to renounce his incestuous desire for the mother (and his concomitant identification with the father) in order to proceed to full genital maturity.
Froken Snehvit offers a both graphic and saddening depiction of the emotional challenges that are often associated with young people's psychosexual development. The book's portrayal of adult victimization of children, however, is absolutely horrifying.
In her latest work, Krystufek appears to be looking into the roots of a critical period of psychosexual development, the passage from childhood to adolescence.
Although fathers might also be expected to have an impact on a daughter's psychosexual development, few studies have addressed this issue despite anecdotal evidence suggesting that fathers can have a considerable effect on a young woman's self-esteem and on her eventual choice of men.
Freud had previously suggested that children progress through several stages of what he called psychosexual development, including a period in which boys have to resolve an Oedipal complex marked by sexual desire for the mother and rivalrous hatred of the father.
Psychosexual development in young children is a topic that early childhood educators often ignore in the belief that children are not sexual beings.