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Psychology 9/13/07 Adolescence Eriksons Stages of psycho-social development 1. Trust vs mistrust (1 st year) 2. Autonomy vs shame (2 nd year) 3. Initiative vs guilt (3-5 years) 4. Competence vs inferiority (6 to puberty) 5. Identity vs role confusion 6. Generativity vs stagnation 7. Intergrity and despair Characteristic of adolescence Video: “Active Parenting” It’s tough being a teenager 500000 teenagers attempt suicide Self: A persons personality or nature of which one is aware. Self Concept: Conscious, cognitive perception and evaluation of individuals by themselves; it is their thoughts and opinions about themselves. Ideal Self: The kind of person an individual would like to be. Self Esteem: One’s impression or opinion of oneself (usually defined by the disparity between self and self-concept) Basic Dilemma of Identity Formation- How to establish a separate identity that reveal a distinct sense of senlf but at the same time feel like others and be like them. Identity: Self-definition formed as the adolescenet chooses
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course PSYCH 101 taught by Professor M during the Spring '08 term at ASU.

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Psych913 - Psychology 9/13/07 Adolescence Eriksons Stages...

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