Citations with the tag: PSYCHOSEXUAL development
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- Hypersexual desire in males: An operational definition and clinical implications for males with...
Kafka, Martin P. // Archives of Sexual Behavior; Oct1997, Vol. 26 Issue 5, p505
Presents a study which assessed the longitudinal history and temporal stability of total sexual outlet (TSO) in a group of outpatient males with paraphilias (PA) and paraphilia-related disorders (PRD). Methodology used for the study; Results of the study; Discussion of clinical implications of...
- Perspectives on gender development.
Maccoby, Eleanor E. // International Journal of Behavioral Development; Dec2000, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p398
Two traditional perspectives on gender development-the socialisation and cognitive perspectives- are reviewed. It is noted that although they deal quite well with individual differences within each sex with regard to degree of sex-typing, they do not offer satisfactory explanations for some of...
- PREVALENCE OF CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENT SEXUAL ABUSE AMONG SEX OFFENDERS.
Pope, Verl T. // Psychological Reports; Oct2001, Vol. 89 Issue 2, p355
Focuses on the prevalence of childhood and adolescent sexual abuse among sex offenders in Missouri. Increase risk of men in committing statutory sexual offenses; Factors influencing sexual health; Problems of psychosexual development.
- Ambiguous genitalia patients mostly pleased with gender.
Morain, Claudia // Urology Times; Apr2002, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p17
Focuses on patients with ambiguous external genitalia. Emphasis on long-term medical, surgical and psychosexual outcomes of individuals; Satisfaction of patients with medical treatment for assigned gender; Administration of physical examination to assess the appearance of individuals.
Morain, Claudia // Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary (2009); 2009, Issue 21, p1639
A definition of the term "orality," which refers to the oral stage of psychosexual development, is presented.
- psychosexual development.
Morain, Claudia // Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary (2009); 2009, Issue 21, p1931
A definition of the term "psychosexual development," which refers to the evolution of personality through infantile and pregenital periods to sexual maturity, is presented.
- Psychosexual characteristics of male university students in Brazil.
Leite, Ruth M. Cerquei; Buoncompagno, Everardo M. // Adolescence; Summer95, Vol. 30 Issue 118, p363
Studies the psychosexual characteristics of male university students in Brazil. Topics investigated including physical changes and homosexual manifestations; Survey of quality of relationship with parents and possibilities for dialogue about sex in family circle; Analysis using psychoanalytic...
- Separating the Men from the Boys: Masculinity, Psychosexual Development, and Sex Crime in the United States, 1930s-1060s.
Robertson, Stephen // Journal of the History of Medicine & Allied Sciences; Jan2001, Vol. 56 Issue 1, p3
Focuses on the role of psychosexual development concept in male identity and sexuality in the United States. Importance of the concept in sexual psychopath discussions; Basis for explaining the impulses and victim choices of psychopaths; Containment of masculinity ideal threats by a concept...
- MOSAK'S TYPOLOGY: AN UPDATE.
Mosak, Harold H. // Journal of Individual Psychology (00221805); Nov79, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p192
Examines the typological system concerning psychosexual development. Means of coping up with psychological disorders; Description of normal personality; Role of psychiatrists in treating patients with psychosexual problems.
- Egos and Ogres: Aspects of Psychosexual Development and Cannibalistic Demons in Central Australia.
Eickelkamp, Ute // Oceania; Mar2004, Vol. 74 Issue 3, p161
The paper explores from a psychoanalytic point of view some of the many ethnographic references to cannibalistic figures in Aboriginal societies of the Central and Western parts of Australia. The purpose is to show how dynamics of splitting originating in early infancy (love-aggression,...
- The "Gay Gene" Is Born.
Rosario, Vernon // Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide; Sep/Oct2001, Vol. 8 Issue 5, p13
Focuses on the biological scrutiny of male homosexuality. Theories of German lawyer Karl Heinrich Ulrichs on the psychosexual constitution; Support of physician E.S. of the theory on hermaphroditic physiology; Elaboration of homosexual orientation in the Victorian medical writings.
- The Internal Triangle: New Theories of Female Development.
Holmes, Lucy // Modern Psychoanalysis; 2000, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p207
Discusses female development theories. Early theories of female development; Modern psychoanalytic theory on women; Factor that can alter the female self's attitude toward the paternal introject.
- SCALES MEASURING PSYCHOSOCIAL ANTECEDENTS OF COITAL INITIATION AMONG ADOLESCENTS IN A RURAL SOUTHERN STATE.
Nagy, Stephen; Watts, Graham F.; Nagy, M. Christine // Psychological Reports; Jun2003 Part 1, Vol. 92 Issue 3, p981
The psychometric properties of psychosexual scales designed to examine intentions toward sexual intercourse were examined. Participants from 22 schools in central Alabama provided data on demographics, knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, and intentions toward sexual intercourse. Theoretical...
- Has OmbrÃ«danne's Method of Hypospadic Urethra Reconstruction Been Ignored with Reason?
Kvesić, Ante; Vučkov, Šime; Župančić, Božidar; Bastić, Mislav; Jonovska, Suzana; Čizmić, Ante; Klarić, Miro; Bahtijarević, Zoran // Collegium Antropologicum; Jun2005, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p283
From January 1970 to December 1979 inclusive, 193 boys (aged 2 to 16) underwent surgery for distal hypospadia using Ombredanne's method at the Department of Pediatric Surgery University Hospital Center Rijeka and at the Department of Pediatric Surgery Zagreb. Follow-up period was 7 to 20 years...
- REPETITION AND REALITY: THE CASE OF CONTRAST DEFENCES.
FERNANDO, JOSEPH // Canadian Journal of Psychoanalysis; 2011, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p279
A specific class of defences--contrast defences--is introduced. The author first describes contrast reactions. In these reactions exposure to a reality that contrasts with a second (internally known, even if unconscious) reality evokes feelings connected with this second reality. A contrast...
- Psychosexual characteristics of female university students in Brazil.
Leite, Ruth M.C.; Buoncompagno, Everardo M. // Adolescence;
Presents an overview of the psychosexual characteristics of female university students in Brazil. Questionnaire given to freshmen women at the State University of Campinas in Sao Paulo, Brazil; Analysis of the results using psychodynamic theories of sexual development; Dealing with problems...
Leite, Ruth M.C.; Buoncompagno, Everardo M. // Time; 3/30/1970, Vol. 95 Issue 13, p100
The article reports on stage fright and psychoanalyst Donald M. Kaplan's analysis of this type of anxiety. According to him, it derives from all levels of psychosexual development and symptoms include touching one's own nose or chin, holding cigarette or squeezing a rubber ball. According to the...
- Attitudes and values in sexual behaviour and sex education: A cross-cultural study among University students in Greece and Scotland.
Kakavoulis, Alexandros; Forrest, Joan // International Review of Education / Internationale Zeitschrift f; 1999, Vol. 45 Issue 2, p137
This article describes a survey comparing university students in Greece and Scotland with regard to their attitudes to sexual development and sex education. A questionnaire was constructed in Greek and English and was completed by 436 university students in Greece and an equivalent number in...
- RELATION TO ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO IN ALCOHOLIC AND NON-ALCOHOLIC FAMILIES - COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS -.
Mladenovic, Ivica; Panoski, Roza; Filipovic, Sne�ana; Lazetic, Goran; Nastasic, Petar // Alcoholism: Journal on Alcoholism & Related Addictions; 2008 Supplement 1, Vol. 44, p90
Background: Alcoholism is social medical illness with consequences to all members of alcoholic family and all spheres of family life. We have chosen a family with adolescent (age 15-18), having in mind that adolescence is most vulnerable, but at the same time one of the most important periods in...
- Southern Gospel Sissies: Evangelical Music, Queer Spirituality, and the Plays of Del Shores.
Harrison, Douglas // Journal of Men, Masculinities & Spirituality; Jun2009, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p123
This article explores the paradox of gay men involved in southern (white) gospel music, which might be fairly described as the soundtrack for fundamentalist Christianity in America. The intense antipathy among the majority of fundamentalist Protestant evangelicals in America toward homosexuality...
- WHAT IS SUCCESSFUL DEVELOPMENT: AN OVERVIEW OF OLD AND NEW THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES.
Asante, Kwaku Oppong // Researchers World: Journal of Arts, Science & Commerce; Jul2011, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p131
The concept of lifespan development has been discussed extensively by several theorists for decades. This paper briefly reviews two old theories particularly Freud's psychosexual and Erikson's psychosocial stages of development, summarising their basic themes as well as their similarities and...
- Introduction to Manifestations of Masculinity.
Smiler, Andrew P. // Sex Roles; Nov2006, Vol. 55 Issue 9/10, p585
This article provides a brief overview of the articles in the special issue ï¿½ Manifestations of Masculinity.ï¿½ The importance of studying masculinity, an often looked aspect of gender, is discussed. Different meanings of making manifestï¿½literal, figurative, and symbolicï¿½are...
- Issues related to the sexual decision-making of inner-city adolescent girls.
Rosenthal, Susan L.; Lewis, Lisa M. // Adolescence; Fall96, Vol. 31 Issue 123, p731
Discusses the formation of focus groups of high-risk inner-city African-American and Caucasian adolescent girls to explore issues related to sexual decision-making. Need for an understanding of the context of adolescent sexuality to be effective in reducing the risks of sexual activity in...
- The Oedipus Complex in the Contemporary Psychoanalysis.
Borovečki-Jakovljev, Santa; Matačić, Stanislav // Collegium Antropologicum; Jun2005, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p350
In this article, authors have tried to answer the question: Â»Were is the place, and what is the meaning of the Oedipus complex in contemporary psychoanalysis?Â«. The review of different theoretical standpoints was given, according to meaning and place of the Oedipus complex in human...
- Sexual Identity Development: A Base for Work with Same-Sex Couple Partner Abuse.
Miller, Amy J.; Bobner, Ronald F.; Zarski, John J. // Contemporary Family Therapy: An International Journal; Jun2000, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p189
Literature review reveals that domestic violence occurs in same-sex relationships at approximately the same rate as it does in heterosexual relationships. There are a number of dimensions common to same-sex and heterosexual battering as well as significant differences. The differential impact of...
- Recalling the early years of psychosexual nursing.
Irwin, Rob // Oral History; Spring2011, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p43
Based on the transcript of a witness seminar organised by the Association of Psychosexual Nursing in May 2008, this article examines the emergence of psychosexual nursing during the 1970s and early 1980s. It draws on the memories of the early pioneers of psychosexual nursing, who were mainly...
- Tetrarch (Book Review).
Herbert, Rosemary // Library Journal; 4/15/1980, Vol. 105 Issue 8, p1008
Reviews the book 'Tetrarch,' by Alex Comfort.
Herbert, Rosemary // Columbia Dictionary of Modern Literary & Cultural Criticism; 1995, p220
A definition of the term "part-object" is presented. It designates an object that becomes the focus of one of the most fundamental or component instincts. Usually, it refers to a part of the body a person can be identified or identify him or herself with a part-object. Some theorist describes...
- The nurse facing childhood sexual abuse diagnosis.
Ciuffo, Lia Leão; Rodrigues, Benedita Maria Rêgo Deusdará; da Cunha, Janice Machado // Online Brazilian Journal of Nursing; 2008, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p12
This article discusses nursing diagnosis face sexual abuse victim child, considering the magnitude of the problem and its impact on health and psychosexual development of the child. The objective is reflect on the role of nurse facing diagnosis of situations that provide child sexual abuse....
- Kinflicks (Book Review).
Haas, Diane // LJ: Library Journal; 3/1/1976, Vol. 101 Issue 5, p737
Reviews the book 'Kinflicks,' by Lisa Alther.
Haas, Diane // Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary; 2005, p1528
A definition of the medical term "orality" is presented. It refers to the oral stage of psychosexual development, which involves sucking or chewing on objects other than food. The definition is from the "Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary," published by F.A. Davis Co.
- psychosexual development.
Haas, Diane // Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary; 2005, p1811
A definition of the term "psychosexual development" is presented. It refers to the evolution of personality through infantile and pregenital periods to sexual maturity.
- anal phase.
Peters, Michael // BMA A-Z Family Medical Encyclopedia; 2004, p44
An encyclopedia entry for "anal phase" is presented. It is a term used in psychoanalytic theory that describes a stage to a person's psychosexual development. The phase starts at around 18 months of age and lasts for up to two years. Anal phase is also related to the genital and oral phases of...
- genital phase.
Peters, Michael // BMA A-Z Family Medical Encyclopedia; 2004, p337
An encyclopedia entry for "genital phase" is presented. It refers to a stage of an individual's psychosexual development used in psychoanalytic theory. The genital phase starts around the ages of three to five years.
- THE ECOLOGICAL MODEL OF GAY MALE IDENTITY.
Alderson, Kevin G. // Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality; 2003, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p75
This paper introduces the ecological theory of gay male identity. The model incorporates both developmental stages and process components in explaining identity formation, and it seeks to identify all psychosocial influences affecting the person, including internal psychological factors and...
- Damaged Sexual Self-Esteem: A Kind of Disability.
Mayers, Kathleen S.; Heller, Daniel K.; Heller, Jessica A. // Sexuality & Disability; Winter2003, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p269
Damage to sexual self-esteem can occur readily through interactions with others; name-calling, sexual insults, unsuccessful sexual interactions, sexual victimization, and one's own impulsivity and self-destructiveness in a sexual encounter can affect the individual's sexual self-esteem. In this...
- Who is she online?
Kelsey, Candice // Daughters; Jul/Aug2007, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p5
The article considers ways to be considered in advising daughters who is caught placing pornographic images, personal profile and messages online. It states that parents must hear the reasons of their children in placing pornographic images, and messages online. It likewise states that they must...
- Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia: Classification of Studies Employing Psychological Endpoints.
Stout, Stephanie A.; Litvak, Margarita; Robbins, Natashia M.; Sandberg, David E. // International Journal of Pediatric Endocrinology; 2010, p1
Psychological outcomes in persons with congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH) have received substantial attention. The objectives of this paper were to (1) catalog psychological endpoints assessed in CAH outcome studies and (2) classify the conceptual/theoretical model shaping the research design...
- Freud's Psychosexual Stage Conception: A Developmental Metaphor for Counselors.
Garcia, John L. // Journal of Counseling & Development; May/Jun95, Vol. 73 Issue 5, p498
In this article, the author conceptualizes the counseling process and its outcome by comparing it metaphorically to Freud's psychosexual stage conception of personality development. Specifically, he focuses on resemblances between the oral anal, phallic, latency, and genital stages of both...
- TRIADIC TRANSFERENCES OF PATHOLOGICAL FAMILY IMAGES.
Sonne, John C. // Contemporary Family Therapy: An International Journal; Jun91, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p219
Traditionally, self-object and psychosexual transferences have been thought of as dyadic processes. This paper emphasizes the importance of seeing the triadic transferences that are contained within the more visible dyadic transferences. Triadic transferences are the partial recreation of...
- The Satcher Report.
Sonne, John C. // Contemporary Sexuality; Aug2001, Vol. 35 Issue 8, p4
The article presents the U.S. surgeon general's call to action to promote sexual health and responsible sexual behavior. Sexual health is inextricably bound to both physical and mental health. Sexual health is not limited to the absence of disease or dysfunction or its importance confined to...
- THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FATHERLY AFFIRMATION AND A WOMAN'S SELF- ESTEEM, FEAR OF INTIMACY, COMFORT WITH WOMANHOOD AND COMFORT WITH SEXUALITY.
Scheffler, Tanya S.; Naus, Peter J. // Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality; Spring99, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p39
The article investigates the relationship of fatherly affirmation to women's self- esteem and other psychosexual characteristics. Research on the effect of the family on women's psychological development has focused primarily on the influence of the mother-daughter relationship. Although fathers...
- Couples and Sex: an introduction to relationship dynamics and psychosexual concepts.
Graham, Tanya // Primary Care Mental Health; 2004, Vol. 2 Issue 3/4, p200
Reviews the book "Couples and Sex: An Introduction to Relationship Dynamics and Psychosexual Concepts," by Carol Martin-Sperry.
- Leonardo Da Vinci: A Study in Psychosexuality.
Sears, William P. // Education; Jun1947, Vol. 67 Issue 10, p602
Reviews the book "Leonardo Da Vinci: A Study in Psychosexuality," by Sigmund Freud.
- Long-Term Psychosexual Development in Genetic Males Affected by Disorders of Sex Development (46,XY DSD) Reared Male or Female.
Wisniewski, Amy B.; Kirk, Katherine D.; Copeland, Kenneth C. // Current Pediatric Reviews; 2008, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p243
The medical, surgical and psychosocial management of individuals affected by disorders of sex development (DSD) is currently under scrutiny. Patients who possess a 46,XY chromosomal complement (i.e., those affected by 46,XY DSD) pose particular challenges to healthcare professionals because this...
- Disorders of Sex Development: A Review.
Maharaj, Dushyant // Current Women's Health Reviews; 2008, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p223
Disorders of sex development comprises a spectrum of embryological anomalies resulting in ambiguous genitalia at birth or develops at puberty ie., the appearance of the external genitalia being at variance with normal development for either sex. Sex outcome at birth is the result of a...
- Human Sexuality.
Francoeur, Robert T.; Hendrixson, Linda L. // Handbook of Marriage & the Family; 1999, p743
The article discusses the development of human sexuality. Psychosexual development of humans involves feminizing and masculinizing axis. This two concurrent processes operate from early pregnancy to death. An initial prenatal gate of human pscychosexual development involves the union of male and...
- Karl Abraham. Sus principales ideas acerca del desarrollo psicosexual.
Arbiser, Samuel // Psicoanalisis: Revista de la Asociacion Psicoanalitica de Buenos; 2010, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p113
No abstract available.
- New Families, Judicial Decision-Making, and Children's Welfare.
Brophy, Julia // Canadian Journal of Women & the Law; 1992, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p484
Child custody disputes in which the mother is a lesbian seldom appear in case law reports. This is partly because mothers are frequently advised that they are unlikely to succeed in the face of a father contesting future care of children. The case of C v. C demonstrates that such mothers are...
- "OUTSIDE AND INSIDE, MALE AND FEMALE" RECONSIDERED.
McGihon, C.L. Denny // Clinical Social Work Journal; Winter98, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p385
This paper reconsiders Judith Kestenberg's classic work "Outside and Inside, Male and Female" in the light of subsequent work on gender identity and psycho-sexual development. Kestenberg argued that the fear of internal genital sensations was common to both men and women and an obstacle to...