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PGS341 Ch.1 Other A

8 Stages Psychosocial Development- Erikson (Psychosocial Stage, Age, Challenge)

QuestionAnswer
1 Basic trust vs. mistrust; Birth to 1 year; To develop a sense that the world is safe, a “good place”
2 Autonomy vs. shame and doubt; 1-3 years; To realize that one is an independent person who can make decisions
3 Initiative vs. guilt; 3-6 years; To develop the ability to try new things & to handle failure
4 Industry vs. inferiority; 6 years to adolescence; To learn basic skills and to work with others
5 Identity vs. identity confusion; Adolescence; To develop a lasting, integrated sense of self
6 Intimacy vs. isolation; Young adulthood; To commit to another in a loving relationship
7 Generativity vs. stagnation; Middle adulthood; To contribute to younger people through child rearing, child care, or other productive work
8 Integrity vs. despair; Late life; To view one's life as satisfactory and worth living
Created by: Marisa Ostos Marisa Ostos on 2010-01-01



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