Successful completion of these stages, Freud argued, led to the development of a healthy personality, but fixation at any stage prevents completion and therefore the development of an unhealthy, fixated personality as an adult.
Although elements of this theory are still used in modern day In his later work, Freud proposed that the human psyche could be divided into three parts: Id, Ego and Superego.
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It was about this time also that Freud began his own self-analysis in which he meticulously analysed his dreams in light of unconscious processes culminating in his next major work “The Interpretation of Dreams” (1901).