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No. The latent stage was characterized by having no sexual urges. They simply went away for a while.
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According for Freud, human beings, from birth, possess an instinctual libido that develops in five stages. The oral, anal, phallic, latent and genitalia.
The first stage, the Trust vs. Mistrust stage, is from birth to age 2. The main conflict in this stage is trusting others.The second stage, the Autonomy vs. Shame and Doubt st…age, is from ages 2-4. The main conflict in this stage is learning to let go of the first stage, in which everything is done for the child, and becoming autonomous.The third stage, the Initiative vs. Guilt stage, is from ages 4-5. The main conflict is an extension of that of the second stage: learning to act for oneself and in one's own best interests.The fourth stage, from ages 5-12, is Industry vs. Inferiority. This stage is generally the first time when children will begin to interact with children outside their own age group. The main conflict is learning to interact successfully with others.The fifth stage, from ages 13-19, is Identity vs. Role Confusion. This is the age when people begin to create their own identities as teenagers. The main conflict in this stage is trying to be oneself.The sixth stage, from 20-24 years, is Intimacy vs. Isolation. The conflict in this stage is finding a permanent mate for the rest of one's adult life.The seventh stage, from age 25-64, is Generativity vs. Stagnation. The main conflict in this stage is making one's life count (i.e. having children; changing the world for the better).The eighth and final stage, from age 65-death, is Ego Integrity vs. Despair. The conflict in this stage is finding out whether one's life was fulfilling from reflection on life. All of the ages given are approximate. Someone may enter the fifth stage, for example, at the ages of 8 to 14. However, most people enter the stage around the given age. It is rare to skip a stage, as each stage builds directly on the last.
Erikson's psychosocial theory emphasizes the social environment and culture in mental growth. This theory posits that the environment has a direct effect on how one feels …about himself and others.
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Erickson's theory or stages of psycho social ultimately involves those whom an individual interacts with during each stage in life. That Interaction and experience is the …determining factor in how an individual develops in following stages.
Trust vs. Mistrust, Autonomy vs. Shame, Initiative vs. Guilt, and Industry vs. Inferiority
Freud is considered to be the founder of the field of psychology. A strength of his psychosexual theory is that it kick-started the field.
Erikson's lifespan theory proposes that psychosocial development occurs primarily as a result of self-recognition gained through crises or conflicts.
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What is the psychosocial conflict for the adolescent (age 12-19) in Erikson's theory of psychosocial development?
identity vs. confusion
Oral stage, birth to one year. Anal stage, 1 to 3 years. Phallic stage, 3 to 6 years. Latent stage, 6 to puberty. Genital stage, puberty to death.
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Theories of development? Freud's theory of development was labeled as "psychosexual." The conflicts children had to resolve were sexually based, with stages such as oral, anal…, phallic, latency, and genital. Erikson's theory of development was labeled "psychosocial." It pertained more to social environment and conflicts in a social stage. These stages focus on social themes such as trust, competence, and intimacy.