Basic Psychoanalytic Concepts on the Libido Theory

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Karnac Books, 1990 - Psychology - 194 pages
This volume traces the development of Freud's thinking on sex, including the formulation of his famous libido theory and his discoveries about sexuality in childhood and adolescence, sexual perversion and bisexuality.This volume is of prime importance for any serious student of Freud's work.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
15
Source Pressure Aim and Object of the Sexual Component Instinct
19
Component Instincts
25
Erotogenic Zones
30
Erotism
36
Oral Erotism
39
Anal Erotism
44
Phallic Erotism
56
Libidinal Development at Puberty
97
Autoerotism
103
Narcissism
107
Masochism
113
Sadism
119
Bisexuality
123
ActivityPassivity MasculinityFemininity
129
Scopophilia
146

Oedipus Complex
64
The Oedipus Complex of the Girl
67
The Oedipus Complex of the Boy
73
Dissolution of the Oedipus Complex
75
Latency
83
Genital Erotism
88
Exhibitionism
153
Perversion
158
The Castration Complex
171
index
186
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