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Chapter 13 - Michelle Cruz October 12, 2010 Chapter 13:...

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Michelle Cruz October 12, 2010 Chapter 13: Development over the Life Span Erikson’s Eight Stages Trust vs. mistrust infancy (birth-age1) Autonomy vs. shame and doubt toddler (ages 1-2) Initiative vs. guilt preschool (ages 3-5) Industry ( competence) vs. inferiority -- learning skills and honing those skills elementary (ages 6-12) Identity vs. role confusion adolescence (ages 13-19) Intimacy vs. isolation young adulthood (ages 20-40) Generativity vs. stagnation -- being stuck in life or giving back/being happy middle adulthood (ages 40-65) Integrity vs. despair -- looking back on life and still being happy with what you’ve done late adulthood (ages 65 and older) Overview From conception to the first year Cognitive development Moral development Gender development Adolescence Adulthood The wellsprings of resistance Agents that cross the placenta german measles x-rays and other radiation toxic chemicals sexually transmitted infections -- all expecting mothers are tested for AIDS and other sti’s cigarette smoking alcohol and other drugs -- fetal alcohol syndrome (type of mental retardation, the only one that can be completely phased out if women stop drinking while pregnant)
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