Basic Psychoanalytic Concepts on the Libido Theory
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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Source Pressure Aim and Object of the Sexual Component Instinct
Libidinal Development at Puberty
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anal erotism Analysis Anatomical Distinction autoerotic become bisexuality boys castration complex cathexis character child childhood clinical clitoris component instincts concept death instinct described Dissolution dominant erotogenic zones exhibitionism external factors fantasies father Female Sexuality fixation formulations Freud refers Freud wrote genital phase genital zone girl's gratification Homosexuality ibid Infantile Genital Organization infantile sexual Inhibitions Interpretation of Dreams Introductory Lectures latency period later Lectures on Psycho-Analysis libidinal libido love-object male manifestations masturbation mother mucous membrane narcissism narcissistic normal sexual object choice object love Obsessional Neurosis Oedipus complex oral erotism origin passive aim penis penis envy perversions phallic erotism phallic phase phallic stage pleasure pregenital Problem of Masochism psychoanalytic Psychological Consequences puberty relation repression sadism and masochism satisfaction scopophilia scopophilic instinct sexes sexual aim sexual development sexual instinct sexual object stage sublimation superego term Theory of Sexuality threat of castration Three Essays tion transformation unconscious Vicissitudes wish women