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Menninger"). 25 THE PIONEER DEVELOPMENTALISTS Stages of Development" Normal behavior formation Symptom formation Structural results Continuations Sublimations Reaction formations 9 10 11 12 Pleasure principle overwhelmingly predominant Praetieally all id and unconsdcus Psychosis Of neurosis Perversion 13 14 Character defeet 15 Wine tasting Epicureanism Oratory Wit Sarcasm, ete. Food faddism Dislike of milk Prohibition enthusiasm Purism in speech Continual visiting of dentists, ete. Schizophrenia Passive oral· inversion Manic-depressive Active oralsadism Schizoid Narcissistic Painting bowel movement Sculpture Constipation, diar- Philanthropy rhea Statistieal studies, etc.
New York: W. W. Norton, 1978. vander Post, L. A portrait of Japan. New York: William Morrow, 1968. 2 The Pioneer Developmentalists ARNOLD VAN GENNEP (1873-1957) The first person to lay a foundation for the field of adult development was not a psychiatrist or psychoanalyst but an anthropologist. In 1908, Arnold Van Gennep originally published his monograph The Rites of Passage (Van Gennep, 1960), one of the first works to describe the importance and meaning of life events and rituals throughout the life span, making for his time a unique contribution to the sodal sdences.
130) The Western term "adulthood" finds no easy translation in the Japanese language. Whereas the American ideal of development is for a child to become increasingly independent of others, in Japan the infant is seen as separate to begin with and needing to be drawn into ever greater interdependency with others (Caudill & Weinstein, 1969). " The major characteristics of such an individual are his empathy and openness to others (Rohlen, 1978). , and interpersonal skills associated with such human-ness.
Adult Development: A New Dimension in Psychodynamic Theory and Practice by Calvin A. Colarusso M.D., Robert A. Nemiroff M.D. (auth.)