Erikson's Psychosocial Stages Summary Chart
Erikson's Stages of Psychosocial Development
Erik Erikson described development that occurs throughout the lifespan. Learn more in this chart summarizing
Erikson's stages of psychosocial development.
Secondary Sex Characteristics Physical Features that Distinguish 1 Sex from the Other but that
are not Essential for Reproduction.
b. Puberty Stage during which Sexual Functions reach Maturity, which Marks the Beginning of
a.i. Harry Harlow Attachment happens because the Mother becomes a Conditioned
a.ii. Attachment Patterns
Secure Attachment Use Mother as Secure base to Venture out.
Resistant Attachment Anxious when Mother is Present or Leave
WHAT IS ABNORMAL BEHAVIOR?
Q. What are the criteria for deciding that behavior is Abnormal Behavior?
A. Unusualnessexperienced by only a few
B. Social devianceviolates social norms
C. Emotional distressstates of negative emotions w
III. Types of Anxiety Disorders
A. Most commonly experienced disorders, characterized by excessive or inappropriate anxiety
B. Phobiasan irrational or excessive fear of some object or situation
1. Social phobia
2. Specific phob
drugs that depress the activity of the central nervous system, reducing anxiety but impairing memory and judgement
basal metabolic rate
the body's resting rate of energy expenditure
pure science that aims to increase the scient
ADVANCED GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
Chapter 11: Human Development across Lifespan
Development Sequence of Age-Related Changes that occur as a Person Progresses from Conception until
a. Zygote 1 Celled Organism formed by