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Unformatted text preview: Three levels of moral thinking 1. Pre-conventional morality - before age 9, children show morality to avoid punishment or gain reward. 2. Conventional morality by early adolescence social rules and laws are upheld for their own sake 3. Post-conventional morality Affirms peoples agreed-upon rights or follows personally perceived ethical principles Social Development Erickson 1. Trust vs. Mistrust (0-1 years old) 2. Autonomy vs. shame/doubt (1-3) 3. Initiative vs. guilt (3-6) 4. Competence vs. Inferiority (7-12) 5. Identity vs. Role confusion (12-18) 6. Intimacy vs. Isolation (20s-40s) 7. Generativity vs. Self-absorption (40s-60s) 8. Intergrity vs. Despair (60s and beyond) Old Age: Sensory abilities After 70, hearing, distance perceptions, and the sense of smell diminishes. Muscle strength, reaction time and stamina also decrease. After 80, neural processes slow down, especially for complex tasks....
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This document was uploaded on 10/25/2011 for the course PSY 105 at DePaul.
- Spring '09