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1 Psychosocial Development Parenting Styles Cold Not responsive Warm Responsive Parenting Styles Not demanding Demanding Cold Not responsive Warm Responsive
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2 Parenting Styles Not demanding Authoritative Demanding Cold Not responsive Warm Responsive Parenting Styles Not demanding Authoritarian Authoritative Demanding Cold Not responsive Warm Responsive Parenting Styles Permissive Not demanding Authoritarian Authoritative Demanding Cold Not responsive Warm Responsive
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3 Parenting Styles Uninvolved Permissive Not demanding Authoritarian Authoritative Demanding Cold Not responsive Warm Responsive Stages of Psychosocial Development • Neo-Freudian – Emphasizes unconscious Differs from Freud – Covers entire lifespan – Emphasizes social relationships – More optimistic than Freud Unsuccessful resolution at one stage makes later stages more difficult
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4 Trust versus Mistrust Birth to 12-18 months Trust: allows for close relationships Mistrust: allows for self-protection Virtue: Hope Sensitive, responsive caregiving Corresponds to which stage for Freud? Autonomy versus Shame and Doubt 18 months - 3 years Autonomy: allows for self-control Shame & doubt: sets limits Virtue: Will See expressions of self-will as normal; explain responses and limits Which Freudian stage?
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