4A - Parenting Across the Lifespan Eriksonian model of...

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Parenting Across the Lifespan Eriksonian model of psychosocial development Personality develops in stages Interactions of biology & environment Finds balance in the presence of opposing forces Eriksonian model of development: stages 1. 0-18mo: Infancy 2. 18mo-3yr: Toddler 3. 3-5yr: Preschool 4. 6-12yr: School age 5. 13-18yr: Adolescence 6. 19-35yr: Young adulthood Eriksonian model of development: stages 0-18mo: Infancy “Hope” Trust vs. mistrust Eriksonian model of development: stages 18mo-3yr: Toddler “Will” Autonomy vs. shame & doubt Eriksonian model of development: stages 3-5yr: Preschool “Purpose” Initiative vs. guilt Eriksonian model of development: stages 6-12yr: School age “Competence” Industry vs. inferiority Eriksonian model of development: stages 13-18yr: Adolescence “Fidelity” Identity vs. role confusion Eriksonian model of development: stages 19-35yr: Young adulthood “Love” Intimacy vs. isolation
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Parenting across the lifespan Prenatal
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This note was uploaded on 10/29/2011 for the course PSYC 190 taught by Professor Roberts during the Summer '07 term at UCSD.

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