Psych week 6 Adolescence and Adulthood Checkpoint

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Adolescence and Adulthood Checkpoint Amber Cooper PSY 202 January 28, 2012 Janie Lacy The psycho-development stage of adolescence is when individuals develop the understanding of who they and others are as individuals. A self realization stage in other words. According to psychoanalyst Erik Erikson, psycho-development can be broken into a series of eight stages. Trust vs Mistrust Stage birth-1 ½ years Affected by positive and negative interactions Autonomy vs Shame & Doubt 1 ½- 3 years Affected by too little or too much control Initiative vs Guilt Stage 3-6 years Affected by consequences of independence Industry vs Inferiority Stage 6-12 years Identity vs Role Confusion Stage Adolescence Tries to determine self Intimacy vs Isolation Early Adulthood- 30’s Generativity vs Stagnation Middle Adulthood Starts contribution to family, & society
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