Psychodynamic theories refer to theories developed by Freud's followers, but usually differing somewhat from Freud's original theories. Psychodynamic theories refer to theories proposing that development is largely determined by how well people resolve conflicts they face at deifferent ages. A perspective that traces ist roots to Freud's theory that personality emerges from conflicts that children experience between what they want to do and what society wants them to do.
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