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The "thieves" are spared a beating and have half-cooked meat thrown into their mouths if they give money to the bride's guardians. ") The bride and her parents receive gifts from their guests, and all depart in joyous procession toward the groom's horne. They are met en route and escorted the rest of the way by his parents. After two or three days of celebration the girl and her parents return to their horne. Another year passes before the bride's dowry is given (double the amount paid for her) and then she is escorted to her husband's horne, to remain permanently.
Modesty, ete. Phallic narcissism Exhibitionism, voyeurism Nymphomania Satyrisis Conversion hysteria perego Reality established Superego complete Id repressed into conscious I The continuations, sublimations, and reaction formations of the latency period include all the others in a socially modified form. Establishment of superego Normal sex life Reemergence of pleasure prindpie and id drives Personality com- plete Renuneiation of sex for art, seience, society Rejection of sex- uality Socially constructive work At the genital level there are no symptoms found 26 CHAPTER 2 ing forty "the no on of life," he described continued personality individuation du ring the second half of the life cyde.
His genius brought together biology and psychology, describing development as the interaction between forces within the organism (bioIogicaI constitution) and forces in the environment (life's psychological experiences), emphasizing not onIy the interaction of biological and psychoIogicaI variables, but the basic interdependence of organism and environment. The fundamental hypotheses of psychoanalytic deveIopmentaI psychology were described as early as 1905 in Freud's pioneering monograph, Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality.