Achievement a person is able to successfully find

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Achievement: A person is able to successfully find their identity, usually after some exploration. Erikson’s Identity vs. Role Confusion: Stage of Erikson's development that's important during the adolescent years (teens to early 20s) in figuring out who we are. Failure to do this can have adverse effects in later stages. Cliques: Adolescents often form these types of groups of people with similar interests and a strong mutual attachment. Emerging adulthood: Development stage put in between adolescence and adulthood that is characterized by the difficulty of adolescence years. Generally when someone is beginning to cut off ties with parents financially and finding their own place in the world.
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34 Erikson’s Intimacy vs. Isolation: Stage of Erikson's development that's important during adulthood in finding a partner. Failure to form an identity can make it difficult if not impossible to form an intimate relationship. Crystallized Intelligence: Type of intelligence that reflects accumulated learning. It does not decline with old age, and can even increase as learning continues throughout life. Fluid Intelligence : Type of intelligence that relates to reasoning speedily and abstractly. Declines with old age. “Empty Nest” myth : Myth that when children leave home, the parents become sad and depressed. In reality, they are much happier without the added stress of the child. Midlife crisis/transition: A time of great struggle, regret, or even feeling struck down by life during middle adulthood. Experienced by mainly men and sometimes women. Menopause : The end of a woman's fertility when eggs stop ovulating . Erikson’s Generativity vs. Stagnation : Stage in Erikson's Development that deals with is the person able to be a productive member of society and work or not. Alzheimer’s Disease: Affects 10% of adults over 60 and 50% older than 90. This is a result of the mental decline that occurs in old age. Keeping mentally fit and physically active can delay or prevent this disease. It is a disease when someone begins to forget who they are and everything around them. Elizabeth Kubler-Ross: psychologist that Came up with the stages of death and grief. Stages of Death/Grief: stages that a person goes through when dealing with death/grief Denial : person thinks this can't be happening, it's not true Anger: person so angry that this is happening Bargaining: person thinks if i do something please let this will stop
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35 Depression: person is sad for a long period of time/ has a hard time coping with the death of another person/ realization that they are going to die Acceptance: person accepts the fact that other person is dead or the fact that they are going to die and lets go of prior emotion Erikson’s Integrity vs. Despair: Final stage in Erikson's stages of development that deals with someone reminiscing on their past in old age and wondering if they did everything they could and whether there are any regrets that they have.
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