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White’s effectance model saw these traits, if not too extreme, as active, competent ways to adapt to and master the environment. The Phallic Stage. Freud believed that this phase revolves around maturation of the genital organs and the development of the Oedipus complex. At the end of it, at about age ﬁve, the superego begins to emerge as part of identiﬁcation with the parent of the same sex. Mobility, language, curiosity, and capacity for imagining oneself in adult roles are now fairly well developed.
He believes that the self is present from birth and not a derivative of the id and the ego. The sense of self and other inﬂuences all social experience, is the organizing perspective for all interpersonal events, and is the basic organizing aspect of development. Stern’s basic assumption is that senses of self exist prior to self-awareness and language. He differs from earlier developmental theorists in that he does not feel that each developmental stage must be successfully completed before the next is begun or that if the stage is not accomplished the unsolved issues willresult in ﬁxation and pathology.
He puts little emphasis on the “awareness of separation” in early development, as he believes that the in- 40 sonia g. ” The infant is physiologically equipped to interact with others. Stern believes that it experiences a sense of emergent self and is born with self-organizing processes that allow it to eat, sleep, and suck with no confusion between self and other. The infant can also distinguish among some stimuli. As it experiences forming a relationship with an other, it enters the domain of emergent relatedness.