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Infancy Trust vs Mistrust (birth to 18 months) Task Attachment to mother
Infancy Trust vs Mistrust (birth to 18 months) sucessful Trust persons; faith and hope and environment and future
Infancy Trust vs Mistrust (birth to 18 months) Failure General difficulties r/t persons effectively; suspicous; trust-fear conflict, fear of the futre
Early childhood Autonmy vs Shame and doubt (1 months to 3 years) task Gaining some basic control over self and environment.
Early childhood Autonmy vs Shame and doubt (1 months to 3 years) success Sense of self control and adequacy;will power
Early childhood Autonmy vs Shame and doubt (1 months to 3 years) failure Independence-fear conflict; severe feelings of self doubt
Late chilhood Initiative vs. guilt (3 to 6 years) task Becoming purposeful and directive.
Late chilhood Initiative vs. guilt (3 to 6 years) success Ability to initate one's own activities; sense of purpose
Late chilhood Initiative vs. guilt (3 to 6 years) Failure Aggression-fear conflict;sense of inadequacy or guilt
School age industry vs inferiority (6 to 12 years)task Develop social, physical and learning skills
School age industry vs inferiority (6 to 12 years) success Competence; ability to learn and work
School age industry vs inferiority (6 to 12 years) Failure Sense of inferiority;difficulty learning and working.
Adolescence Identity vs role confusion (12-20)Identity vs role confusion : task Developing sense of identity
Adolescence Identity vs role confusion (12-20)Identity vs role confusion : success Sense of personal identity
Adolescence Identity vs role confusion (12-20)Identity vs role confusion : failure confusion about who one is; identity submerged in relationships or group memberships.
Early Adulthood (20-35) Intamacy vs isolation : task Establish intimate bonds of love and friendships
Early Adulthood (20-35) Intamacy vs isolation : success Ability to love deeply and commit oneself
Early Adulthood (20-35) Intamacy vs isolation :Failure Emotional isolation;egocentricity
Middle adulthood (35-65) Generativity vs stagnation: task Fullfilling life goals that involve family, career, and society
Middle adulthood (35-65) Generativity vs stagnation: success Ability to give and care for others.
Middle adulthood (35-65) Generativity vs stagnation: Failure Self absorption;inability to grow as a person.
Later adulthood (65 years to death) integrity vs despair: task Look back at one's life and accepting its meaning.
Later adulthood (65 years to death) integrity vs despair: success sense of integrity and fulfillment
Later adulthood (65 years to death) integrity vs despair: Failure Dissatisfaction with life.
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