Stages Of Development In Psychology: Sigmund Freud And Inside Out

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Emotions, they are all inside the vast notion of how we develop into this world. It makes us who we are, the specific relationships in which we have with others and connect on a different level. Where do these emotions come in from? More specifically, how does one cope in the preteens when things begin to chance. Each emotion has been, is being made as moments happen in one’s life. Just as in a movie Inside Out, the brains development defines the person’s life. So many emotions are made, but there are specific core emotions that are inside of us. These emotions such as: Joy, Sadness, Fear, Disgust, and Anger. These ideas come from stages in which we need to hit as we mature in order to develop properly.
In essence there were two main developments in psychology that support the where our developers into each stage come from. For starters, there’s Sigmund Freud, a main contributor to psychology (neurologist), that believed there is a specific order in the stages of development. His stages are called Psychosexual Stages of Development. The Five stages include Oral, Anal, Phallic, Latent, and Genital. (As seen in Figure 1) These developments are more on the physical side to growing into puberty and so on. Freud’s ideas
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As seen above Inma Carpe states that this is an example used to help children and even adults from their emotions. Although she brings up the original emotions, including 6. This 6th emotion to Antonio Damasio was surprised, but in the movie Inside Out they left that out (Carpe). Seeing for example, that anger is a main controller and that they all look alike gives you the idea that the father is angrier and contains a temper more than any other emotion. The mother in the movie is run by the sadness which shows that there is a possibility of depression in the mother’s mind. They have both matured and are able to keep control of their emotions, unlike seen in Riley’s act upon

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