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Identity_Development_lecture_notes - Identity Psychosocial...

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Identity / Psychosocial Development Developmental Theories 0. Ecological Systems Theory 1. Levinson’s “Seasons” of Development 2. Attachment Theory 3. Erikson’s Eight Stages of Development Ecological Systems Theory 0. Developed by Bronfenbrenner 1. Reciprocal interaction with environment 2. Active construction of reality 3. Nested contexts of influence 0. Micro, meso, exo, and macrosystems 1. Experiential learning 2. Social learning Levinson’s “Seasons” 4. Four developmental periods
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3. Childhood and adolescence 4. Early adulthood 5. Middle adulthood 6. Late adulthood 5. Major transitions between each stage 6. Evolving life structure (life theme) Attachment Theory 4. Originators 0. John Bowlby and Mary Ainsworth 5. Secure base for exploration 1. Individuality and relatedness 2. “Strange situation” experiment 6. Attachment Styles 7. Talbot article Erikson’s Eight Stages 0. Trust vs. Mistrust (0-1) 1. Autonomy vs. Doubt (1-3) 2. Initiative vs. Guilt (3-6)
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3. Industry vs. Inferiority (6-11) 4. Identity vs. Role Confusion (12-20)
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