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Term: Erikson stage 1 Definition: Oral sensory- birth to 1 year, trust versus mistrust, (feeding and weaning), hope Term: Erikson stage 2 Definition: Muscular Anal Stage, 1-3 years, autonomy versus doubt, toilet training, willpower Term: Erikson stage 3 Definition: Locomotor stage- 3-6 years, initiative versus inadequacy or guilt, independence, purpose Term: Erikson stage 4 Definition: Latency stage 6-12 years, industry versus inferiority, (school years), competence Term: Erikson stage 5 Definition: Adolescence, 12-18 years, identity versus confusion, how do we fit in, peer relationships, fidelity
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Term: Erikson stage 6 Definition: Young adulthood, 18-40 years, intimacy versus isolation, love relationships, love Term: Erikson stage 7 Definition: Middle adulthood, 40-65 years, generativity versus stagnation, passing the baton, caring Term: Erikson stage 8 Definition: Maturity, 65 years-death, integrity versus despair, meaning in life, accepting our own life, wisdom Term: Erikson saw _____ as important in how we developed in life Definition: Conscious Ego (considered ego-centric theorist) Term: Kohlberg's question Definition: Do children go through stages in their moral sense (in deciding right from wrong)?
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Term: Kohlberg's preconventional stage of moral development stage 1 obedience and punishment Definition: Preconventional, children thought of themselves as separate from society at large. Realize there is authority outside of yourself, rules. Term: Kohlberg stages of moral development conventional Definition: Saw themselves as members of society Term: Kohlberg's post-conventional Definition: Individuals responding to society with a universal Term: Kohlberg, Preconventional, individualism and exchange stage. Stage 2 Definition: Instrumental relativist, Based on what's in it for me. Exchange is based on am I getting a fair shake. Term: Kohlberg stage 3 (conventional) stage of good interpersonal relationships Definition: Based on expectations. Social relationships important. Recognizes rules.
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Term: Kohlberg stage 4 (conventional) maintaining of social order Definition: See myself as a part of the wider group. Responsibility that society should function as it should. Still about laws and authority but based on feeling like a part of society. Accepts and abides by rules. Term: Kohlberg stage 5 (post-conventional) social contract and individual rights Definition: See society at large and the implied contract with society. Punishment where appropriate but mitigating circumstances considered. Term: Kohlberg stage 6 (post conventional) stage of universal principals Definition: Concrete good beyond that of society. Recognizes the flaws in society. A law might me broken to fulfill a higher moral principle. Term: Kohlberg's belief Definition: Moral development stages were applicable across cultures and gender lines. Stages cannot be skipped.
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Term: Narrative Therapy Definition: What is you could change the details of the story? Re-author. Michael White and David Epstein. Helps people envision a different future for themselves and change the way they look at life. Change the plot, change the end of the story.
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