Archived copy as title All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from January Articles to be expanded from October All articles to be expanded Articles using small message boxes. The Quarterly Review of Biology. He considered "the Oedipus complex—in so far as we continue to recognize it as covering the whole field of our experience with its signification In such circumstances the parent acting in that capacity is called the natural guardian of that parent's child. The Oedipus complex is compromised in the context of modern family structures, as it requires the existence of the notions of masculinity and femininity. European Journal of Population.
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In Analysis of a Phobia in a Five-year-old Boythe case study of the equinophobic boy " Little Hans ", Freud showed that the relation between Hans's fears—of horses and of his father—derived from external factors, the birth of a sister, and internal factors, the desire of the infantile id to replace father as companion to mother, and guilt for enjoying the masturbation normal to a boy of his age. When Sigmund Freud — proposed that the Oedipus complex was psychologically universal, he provoked the evolution of Freudian psychology and the psychoanalytic treatment method, by collaborators and competitors alike. Therefore, the satisfactory parental handling and resolution of the Electra complex are most important in developing the female infantile super-egobecause, by identifying with a parent, the girl internalizes morality ; thereby, she chooses to comply with societal rules, rather than reflexively complying in fear of punishment. Views Read Edit View history. Integrative and Comparative Biology. The Kleinian psychologists proposed that "underlying the Oedipus complex, as Freud described it How the mind works.