Early Adulthood, Socioemotional Development 112

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1 Early Adulthood Love Marriage Work
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2 The Personal Self 1- Abraham Maslow 2- Carl Rogers 3- EriK Erikson 4- Three basic Identity Styles 5- Lois Hoffman
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3 1- Abraham Maslow Emphasized needs The goal is self actualization The hierarchy of needs
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4 Abraham Maslow Hierarchy of Needs 3- Self-acctualization
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6 What Are Self-Acctualizers Like? Tend to be realistic Have sense of humor Creative Have a positive self-concept Are not necessarily perfect Aren’t necessarily happy all the time It is a lifelong quest that can never be fully satisfied
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7 2- Carl Rogers Conditions of Worth An individual who internalizes such conditions develops low self-esteem, a sense of failure, and recurrent anxiety and despair. Unconditional Positive Regard Being warmly accepting without reservations or conditions
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8 3- Erik Erikson’s Psychosocial Stage of Development Intimacy-versus Isolation Stage
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9 4- Three Basic Identity Styles 1- Those who unrealistically prefer to see themselves as unchanging. 2- Those who are predominantly accommodative and too changeable as a result of experiences. 3- Those who are balanced and realistically “integrate’ both positive and negative experiences into their identities.
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10 5- Lois Hoffman (1984) Transition from the Family Adults Grow in, to the Family they May Create 1- Emotional Independence 2- Attitudinal Independence 3- Functional Independence 4- Conflictual Independence
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11 Love and Relationships Maybe God wants us to meet a few wrong people before meeting the right one so that when we finally meet the right person, we will know how to be grateful for that gift.
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12 Aspects of Intimacy Erik Erikson Selflessness Sacrifice of one’s own needs for others Sexuality Joint pleasure for the gratification of one’s self and one’s partner Devotion Fusing one’s identity with one’s partner
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13 Separation Anxiety Mary Ainsworth The Strange Situation Experiment Three Categories of Children 1-Securely attached 2-Avoidant 3-Anxious-ambivalent
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14 Causes for Insecure Attachment 1-The Child’s temperament and genetic disposition 2-The child’s family circumstances 3-Later stressful events in childhood
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