Monthly Archive: February 2013

Feb 17

Asperger’s Syndrome

Asperger’s syndrome is a developmental disorder in which people have severe difficulties understanding how to interact socially. People with Asperger’s syndrome may not recognize verbal and nonverbal cues or understand normal social rules, such as taking turns in talking or recognizing personal space. Asperger’s syndrome and autism belong to a class of disorders called developmental …

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Feb 17

Resolving the conflicts: Oedipus Complex and Electra Complex-

Sigmund Freud believed that;in order to develop into a successful adult with a healthy identity, the child must identify with the same-sex. Freud suggested that while the primitive id wants to eliminate the father or mother, the more realistic ego knows that the father or mother is much stronger and bigger. According to Freud, the …

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Feb 17

Kleptomania

Kleptomania is a complex disorder characterized by repeated, failed attempts to stop stealing. It is often seen in patients who are chemically dependent or who have a coexisting mood, anxiety, or eating disorder. People with this disorder have an overwhelming urge to steal and get a thrill from doing so. The recurrent act of stealing …

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Feb 17

FREUD ELECTRA COMPLEX CONCEPT

In contrast of Oedipus Complex, Freud was more hazy on the Electra Complex. The complex has its roots in the little girl’s discovery that she lacks the penis which her father and other men posses. Her love for her father then becomes both erotic and envious as she yearns for a penis of her own. …

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Feb 17

Phallic Stage: Part V

IDENTIFICATION Identification is an important psychological matter that should take place during Phallic stage before any fixation at Oedipus Complex . When a boy falls in love with his mother during the phallic stage, and wish to kill the father, so the fixation had already occurred. Before any fixation takes place in the phallic stage, …

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Feb 17

Child Abuse

Physical Abuse is defined as non-accidental trauma or physical injury caused by slapping, punching, beating, kicking, biting, burning or otherwise harming a child. Physical abuse is the most visible form of child mistreatment. Many times, physical abuse results from inappropriate or excessive physical discipline. A parent in anger may be unaware of the magnitude of …

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Feb 17

E S T P Personality

E S T P is an Extroverted Sensing with Thinking Perception,E S T P people often feel motivated by their interaction with people. They tend to enjoy a wide circle of acquaintances, and they gain energy in social situations.E S T P people are more visible than abstract. They turn their attention on the details …

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