Growth and Development in Childhood
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Psychosexual development has a central place in all phases of child development and entails many more preadolescent changes than those of physical development. These are evident in the child’s increased sexual masturbatory activity, explorative interests, his awareness of genital differences, his attraction to the contrasexual parent, and his castration anxiety. (84 pp.)