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    How would you describe your personality from a Freudian perspective?

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    1. How would you describe your personality from a Freudian perspective?

    Let's look at two personality types based on Freud's ideas, and then apply one of these for you to consider.

    According to Freud, the child can get stick in each stage and become fixated, which means they develop certain traits. In the anal phase of psychosexual development, for example, it is a period when an infant's attention moves from oral stimulation (sucking and feeding) to anal stimulation (bowels and bladder), usually associated with the infant learning to control her or his excretory functions (i.e. toilet training). Freud proposed that a child who experiences conflicts during this period of time may ...

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    The expert describes your personality from a Freudian perspective. References are provided.

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