sexuality (sek-shu-al´i-te)

1. The sum of a person's sexual behaviors and tendencies, and the strength of such tendencies. 2. One's degree of sexual attractiveness. 3. The quality of having sexual functions or implications.
infantile psychoanalytic personality theory, the concept concerning psychosexual development in infants and children; encompasses the overlapping oral, anal, and phallic phases during the first five years of life.


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