SocialPsych 9.70 - #HumanDevelopment

Guilt favorable outcome purpose and direction

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Unformatted text preview: ing things together. If and when addition­ al offspring arrive, problems come to include sibling rivalries and the differ­ ential treatment of relatively preferred and rejected children. LATENCY STAGE: extension of object relations beyond fami­ ly; sense of personal/social compe­ tence engenders and reinforces sense of "self-esteem"; ego identity; frequency and intensity of inci­ dents in which family norms are being test­ ed (and possibly found wanting) through encounters with social influences arising from community and peer groups; devaluation of parental omnipotence YOUNG CHILD: SPHERE OF SIGNIFI­ CANT SOCIAL RELA­ TIONS: neighborhood and school MAIN DEVELOPMENTAL TASK: to make; to go after, to imitate MAIN DEVELOPMENTAL CRISIS: initiative vs. guilt FAVORABLE OUTCOME: purpose and direction UNFAVORABLE OUTCOME: see column to left MAIN DEVELOPMENTAL TASK: to make things; to compete and coop­ erate with peers MAIN DEVELOPMENTAL CRISIS: industry vs infe­ riority FAVORABLE OUTCOME: self-esteem, compe­ tence and skill UNFAVORABLE OUTCOME: low selfesteem STAGE IV: INTIMACY AND TASK ORIENTATION: Amid conti...
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