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Midterm Erikson

5010 Midterm - Erikson Concepts

First year Psychosocial Infancy Stage age range
trust vs. mistrust Psychosocial Infancy Stage
1-3 Psychosocial Early childhood stage age range
autonomy vs shame/doubt Psychosocial early childhood stage
3-6 Psychosocial Preschool Stage age range
initiative vs guilt Psychosocial preschool stage
6-12 Psychosocial school age stage age range
ndustry vs inferiority Psychosocial school age stage
12-18 Psychosocial adolescence stage age range
identity vs role confusion Psychosocial adolescence stage
18-35 Psychosocial Young adulthood stage age range
intimacy vs isolation Psychosocial Young adulthood stage
35-60 Psychosocial Middle age stage age range
generativity vs stagnation Psychosocial Middle age stage
60+ Psychosocial Later life stage age range
integrity vs despair Psychosocial Later life stage
Crisis turning point in life when we have the potential to move forward or to regress
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