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Erickson stages

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Infancy (Birth to 18 months) Trust vs. Mistrust
Trust vs. Mistrust to develop a trust in the mothering figure and be able to generalize it to others. Failure results in emotional dissatisfaction with self and others, suspiciousness, and difficulty with interpersonal relationships.
Early Childhood (18 months to 3 years) Autonomy vs Shame & Doubt
Autonomy vs Shame & Doubt To gain some self-control and independence within the environment. Failure results in a lack of self-confidence, a lack of pride in the ability to perform, a sense of being controlled by others, and a rage against the self.
Late childhood (3 to 6 years) initiative versus guilt;
initiative versus guilt; to develop a sense of purpose and the ability to initiate and direct own activities. Failure results in feelings of inadequacy and guilt and the accepting of liability in situations for which he or she is not responsible.
School age (6 to 12 years) industry versus inferiority
industry versus inferiority to achieve a sense of self-confidence by learning, competing, performing successfully, and receiving recognition from significant others, peers, and acquaintances. Failure results in difficulty in interpersonal relationships d/t feelings of inadequacy.
Adolescence (12 to 20 years) identity versus role confusion
identity versus role confusion to integrate the tasks mastered in the previous stages into a secure sense of self. Failure results in a sense of self-consciousness, doubt, and confusion about one’s role in life.
Young adulthood (20 to 30 years) intimacy versus isolation
intimacy versus isolation to form an intense, lasting relationship or a commitment to another person, a cause, an institution, or a creative effort. Failure results in withdrawal, social isolation, aloneness, and the inability to form lasting, intimate relationships
Adulthood (30 to 65 years) generativity versus stagnation
generativity versus stagnation to achieve the life goals established for oneself, while also considering the welfare of future generations. Failure results in lack of concern for the welfare of others and total preoccupation with the self.
Old age (65 years to death) ego integrity versus despair
ego integrity versus despair to review one’s life and derive meaning from both positive and negative events, while achieving a positive sense of self-worth. Failure results in a sense of self-contempt and disgust with how life has progressed.
Infancy (birth to 18 months)—trust versus mistrust: the positive outcome To develop a trust in the mothering figure and be able to generalize it to others.
Infancy (birth to 18 months)—trust versus mistrust: Failure results Emotional dissatisfaction with self and others, suspiciousness, and difficulty with interpersonal relationships.
Early childhood (18 months to 3 years)—autonomy versus shame and doubt: the positive outcome To gain some self-control and independence within the environment
Early childhood (18 months to 3 years)—autonomy versus shame and doubt: Failure results A lack of self-confidence, a lack of pride in the ability to perform, a sense of being controlled by others, and a rage against the self.
Late childhood (3 to 6 years)—initiative versus guilt: The positive outcome To develop a sense of purpose and the ability to initiate and direct own activities.
Late childhood (3 to 6 years)—initiative versus guilt: The failure outcome Feelings of inadequacy and guilt and the accepting of liability in situations for which he or she is not responsible.
School age (6 to 12 years)—industry versus inferiority: The positive outcome achieve a sense of self-confidence by learning, competing, performing Successfully, and receiving recognition from significant others, peers, and acquaintances.
School age (6 to 12 years)—industry versus inferiority:The failure results in difficulty in interpersonal relationships due to feelings of inadequacy.
Adolescence (12 to 20 years)—identity versus role confusion: Positive outcome To integrate the tasks mastered in the previous stages into a secure sense of self.
Adolescence (12 to 20 years)—identity versus role confusion:Failure results A sense of self-consciousness, doubt, and confusion about one’s role in life.
Young adulthood (20 to 30 years)—intimacy versus isolation: Positive outcome Form an intense, lasting relationship or a commitment to another person, a cause, an institution, or a creative effort.
Young adulthood (20 to 30 years)—intimacy versus isolation: negative results in withdrawal, social isolation, aloneness, and the inability to form lasting, intimate relationships.
Adulthood (30 to 65 years)—generativity versus stagnation: positive outcome To achieve the life goals established for oneself, while also considering the welfare of future generations.
Adulthood (30 to 65 years)—generativity versus stagnation: failure results In lack of concern for the welfare of others and total preoccupation with the self.
Old age (65 years to death)—ego integrity versus despair: Positive outcome To review one’s life and derive meaning from both positive and negative events, while achieving a positive sense of self-worth.
Old age (65 years to death)—ego integrity versus despair:negative results In a sense of self-contempt and disgust with how life has progressed.
Created by: Wends1984