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    Good Morning! The topic for today is: Adolescence:  Identity Formation
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    Structure of the lecture: Developmental stages General characteristics of adolescence Who I am? Identity formation as a main  task for adolescence. Different forms of identity development. Defense strategies Commitment
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    Surveying “Knit each new thing on to  some acquisition already  there.”                      (William James)
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    Life Span Development Conception Prenatal Development Infancy Childhood Adolescence Young Adulthood Adulthood Old Age Death
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    Erikson’s Stages of  Psycho-social Development. 1. Trust vs mistrust (1st year) 2. Autonomy vs shame (2nd year) 3. Initiative vs guilt (3-5 years) 4. Competence vs inferiority ( 6 to puberty) 5. Identity vs role confusion (adolescence) 6. Generativity vs stagnation (middle adulthood) 7. Integrity and despair (late adulthood)
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    Characteristic of adolescence Video:  „Active Parenting”
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    SELF: A person’s personality or  nature  of which one is aware.
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    SELF-CONCEPT Conscious, cognitive perception and  evaluation of individuals by themselves;      it is their thoughts and opinions about  themselves.
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    IDEAL SELF The kind of person                       an individual would like to be.
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    SELF-ESTEEM One’s impression or  opinion of oneself (usually  defined by the disparity  between ideal self and self- concept.)
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