AP PSYCHOL
unit 3 lesson 1 portfolio

At this stage they are supposed to start becoming

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parents a bit. At this stage, they are supposed to start becoming more independent by making friends or choosing their own toys. Stage 3: Preschooler In their preschool ages, they are challenged with initiative v. guilt. At this age they should feel more comfortable with making their own decisions. A neuroscience psychologist would want to know whether or not their brain is developing appropriately. They would ask whether the child has been asking several questions (which they should be). Stage 4: Elementary School
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In this stage, they are challenged with industry v. inferiority. This is when children are learning things on their own with the help of teachers. This is also when friends start to get more important for children, wanting their approval and such. An evolutionary psychologist would want to know whether or not the child is learning appropriately and building their social circle. Stage 5: Adolescence In this stage, teens are challenged with identity v. role confusion. This is a major stage of development for teens, needing to find who they really are as a person and who they really trust. A behavioral psychologist
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