An extreme or irrational fear of crowded or public places.
Most agoraphobia episodes occur after the loss of a loved one.
Agoraphobia usually begins between 15 and 35 years of age.
Lawrence Kohlbergs Theory of Development stemmed from Jean Piagets theory
of moral reasoning.
Morality begins in the early childhood years and develops positively or negatively
depending upon how the individual
Running head: SYBIL BOOK REVIEW 1
Flora R. Schreiber
University of John Jay College
SYBIL BOOK REVIEW
Sybil Isabel Dorsett, a fragmentation of disassociation, was the son and daughter of
Sensorimotor stage (from birth to age 2)
Preoperational stage (from 2 to 6 years)
Concrete Operational stage (7 to 11 years)
Formal Operational stage (12 and up)
The child experiences the world through
By: MikHalia George
AP PSYCHOLOGY- PD. 3
Description: extreme or irrational fear of being in crowded spaces or enclosed public places; is
sometimes accompanied by anxiety attacks.
Most of the first time agoraphobia episode
Sensorimotor (0-2 years)
The infant explores the world through direct sensory and motor contact.
Object permanence and separation anxiety develop during this stage.
Preoperational (2-6 years)
The child uses