Psychosocial - appropriate amount of control If parents provide too much control children cannot assert themselves and develop their own sense of

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(ages 1to3 years), toddlers develop independence and autonomy if exploration and freedom are encouraged, or they experience shame, self-doubt, and unhappiness if they are overly restricted and protected. According to Erikson, the key to the development of autonomy during
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this period is that the child’s caregivers provide the
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Unformatted text preview: appropriate amount of control. If parents provide too much control, children cannot assert themselves and develop their own sense of control over their environment; ifparents provide too little control, thechildren become overly demanding and controlling....
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This note was uploaded on 02/11/2012 for the course INFORMATIO IT/205 taught by Professor Dr.reginahenry during the Winter '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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Psychosocial - appropriate amount of control If parents provide too much control children cannot assert themselves and develop their own sense of

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