Sigmond Freud's psychosexual stages emphasizes how parents manage children's sexual and aggressive drives in the first few years of life is crucial for healthy unique personality development. He developed this theory into stages, which include the oral, anal, phallic, latency, and genital stage. Soon after Freud developed these five stages, Erik Erikson decided that his theory was incomplete. Erikson's greatest innovation was to postulate not five stages, as Freud had done, but eight. Erikson elaborated
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that the inferior child is good at or is knowledgeable in may help. Because the student is more knowledgeable is this area she or he may be more apt to communicate and work with his or her peers. This may encourage the child to be more open with his or her peers. Erickson's breakdown of stages may help a teacher to recognize, stop, and correct a psychosocial fault before it becomes a life long problem.