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CDE 232 2/6 The First Two Years: Psychosocial Development Development of our personalities, social skills and emotions Psychoanalytic Theory Oral Stage o Babies are supposed to derive pleasure and interest with their mouths Anal Stage o babies are working on controlling bowel movements Erikson’s Psychoanalytical theory Everyone must have a crisis in order to move on 1 st stage- trust vs. mistrust o babies decide if they are going to put trust in adults and people around them 2 nd stage- autonomy vs. shame and doubt o babies decide if they are going to cling to caregiver or separate and try to learn skills on their own Behaviorism Parents reinforce or punish child’s behavior - our personalities and emotions come out because of the punishments and rewards we receive Bandura’s social cognitive theory Babies learn to deal with challenging situations by witnessing other models in their environments Piaget’s Cognitive Theory Individuals thoughts influence perspective on the world
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