Sigmund Freud’s Psychosexual Theory of Human Development

Daisy Jane Antipuesto RN MN

Currently a Nursing Local Board Examination Reviewer. Subjects handled are Pediatric, Obstetric and Psychiatric Nursing. Previous work experiences include: Clinical instructor/lecturer, clinical coordinator (Level II), caregiver instructor/lecturer, NC2 examination reviewer and staff/clinic nurse. Areas of specialization: Emergency room, Orthopedic Ward and Delivery Room. Also an IELTS passer.

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6 Responses

  1. JITENDRA says:

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  2. emzy says:

    He's really one of a kind man, weird but in some point he's right.:)

  3. billy jole says:

    this is a very different kind of person

  4. ryan reyes says:

    And also, this stage is the most critical stage on the human growth and development.

  5. ryan reyes says:

    The development of a child varies more on his/her environment. As we can see, the child, aging 0 to 2 years old have the difficulty on developing his/her self.

  1. August 23, 2008

    [...] Psychosexual – Sigmund Freud considered sexual instincts to be significant in the development of personality. At each stage, regions of the body assume prominent psychologic significance as source of pleasure. [...]

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