The study attempted to distinguish conceptually phenotypic matching from positive sexual imprinting. Once the individual has ambivalent relations with parental-substitutes, he will enter into the triangulating castration complex. Nonetheless, the boy remains ambivalent about his father's place in the family, which is manifested as fear of castration by the physically greater father; the fear is an irrational, subconscious manifestation of the infantile id. Freud resisted subjecting theories such as this one to scientific testing and verification, as did his followers . The Oedipus complex, in narcissistic terms, represents that an individual can lose the ability to take a parental-substitute into his ego ideal without ambivalence. Many psychoanalytic thinkers such as Chodorow and Corbett are working towards changing the Oedipus complex to eliminate "automatic associations among sex, gender, and the stereotypical psychological functions deriving from these categories" and make it applicable to today's modern society. The Austrian neurologist , Sigmund Freud — , attended.
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