Ch. 3 Notes - EDUC 9:09:00 AM 9:09:00 AM Erickson's Stages...

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EDUC 17/09/2007 09:09:00
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17/09/2007 09:09:00 Erickson’s Stages Infancy (1 st  year)- Trust vs. mistrust Infancy (1-3years)- Autonomy versus shame and doubt o Learning to become independent o Early Childhood (3-5) Initiative vs. guilt o Taking responsibility o Give choices, examples. Helping to make decisions Middle and late childhood (6-puberty) Industry vs. inferiority o Lemonade stands o Mimicking adult like behaviors o Teaching a child industry Responsibility   allowance How do you turn a child’s failure into a positive?? Identity vs. Identity Confusion (adolescence 10-20) o Hair color, piercing, tattoos o They’re trying to finds their identity o They still want their parents around, but at the same time they don’t Early Adulthood (20-30) Intamacy vs. Isolation o Into relationships, looking for husband/wife o Biggest fear is that you will be alone Middle Adulthood (40s,50s) Generativity vs. stagnation
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