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CFN Erikson

EFN Eriksons Psychosocial stages

Basic conflict for Infancy (birth to 18 mths) Trust vs mistrust
Basic conflict for early childhood (2 -3 years) Autonomy vs shame and doubt
Basic conflict for preschool (3 to 5 years) Initiative vs guilt
Basic conflict for school age (6-11 yrs) Industry vs inferiority
Basic conflict for adolescence (12 to 18) identity vs role confusion
Young adulthood (19 to 40) Intimacy vs isolation
Middle adulthood (40-65) generativity vs stagnation
Maturity (65-death) Ego Integrity vs despair
What is cognative dissonance When you have done something, having done it you believe it was a good thing to do - believe it was true.
When was Eric Eriksons stages created? 1940s
Created by: Clare C