According to Freud's psychodynamic theory, what is the correct sequence of psychosexual stages in the development of personality?
anal, oral, latency, phallic, genital
id, ego, superego
oral, anal, latency, genital, phallic
oral, anal, phallic, latency, genital
When Molly leaves the house to go to middle school each morning, she is dressed in the conservative style that her mother prefers. As she waits for the bus, however, she unbuttons an extra button on her shirt, pulls her skirt a little higher above her knees, and applies a small amount of eye shadow and lipstick, all to match the style and dress of her friends. How unusual is her behavior?
Not that unusual; adolescents inhabit an environment of parental influence and an environment of peer influence, and those influences are not always the same.
Fairly unusual; Molly is making a conscious decision to reject the standards of her mother, so she is demonstrating a psychodynamic shift.
Fairly unusual; Molly's cultural standards, reinforced in the home environment, should still be in place throughout her school day.
Highly unusual; adolescence is typically a time of confusion, especially for young girls, so they tend to follow the rules and examples set by their parents.