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Psychoanalytic background ability to capture the essence of personality during developmental periods
Erikson’s theory of infant and toddler personality Psychoanalytic background tust vs. mistrust Autonomy vs. shame and doubt
basic trust vs. mistrust If the balance of care is good, the baby develops trust and expects the world to be good and gratifying
Autonomy vs. shame and doubt parents provide suitable guidance and reasonable choices, and are neither under or over controlling
Basic emotions are universal and promote survival happiness, interest, surprise, fear, anger, sadness, and disgust
Temperament nature early-appearing, stable individual differences in reactivity
Environmental influences heredity and environment combine to influence temperament Child’s approach to the world affects the experiences to which they are exposed
Avoidant attachment they are not distressed by parents departure respond to the stranger the same way as to the parent, and are unresponsive to the parent during reunion
Resistant attachment they remain close to the parent before departure, and display angry resistive behavior during reunio
Disorganized/disoriented attachment at reunion, the infant responds in a confused, contradictory way. This pattern reflects the greatest insecurity
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