adolescence and adulthood

adolescence and adulthood - April 1 2008 Adolescence and...

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April 1, 2008 Adolescence and Adulthood Lifespan --the lifespan approach means that development is a continuous process Erikson's Psychosocial Theory (8 stages): 1. trust/attachment (ages birth to 1) = infants learn to trust or mistrust depending on the degree of care love and attention 2. shame or doubt may result (ages 1 to 3) = terrible 2s, wanna do it theirself, children learn to express their will and independence and make own decision if not then doubt 3. pretend play (ages 3 to 6) = initiate activities, developing motor and other abilities, if made felt stupid they become guilty 4. elementary school years (ages 6 to puberty) = entrance into life, spending more time with other adults rather than our own parents 5. adolecents must integrate (adolecense) = identity versus role confusion, transition between childhood and adulthood, develop identity, put everything together, daughert, friend, student all into one 6. primary adult goal: get and give care (young adulthood) = ability to share with and care
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course PSY 110 taught by Professor Campbell during the Spring '08 term at Illinois State.

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