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Dev Theories

Erikson's Stages of Dev and Piaget's Cog Dev

Autonomy vs. shame and doubt Erkison's second stage and age 18-24 mo. to 3-4 years
Basic trust vs. mistrust Erkison's first stage and age 0-18/24 months
Initiative vs. guilt Erkison's third stage and age 3-4 years to 6 years
Industry versus inferiority Erkison's fourth stage and age 6 – 12 years
Identity vs. role confusion Erkison's fifth stage and age 10-12 to 18-20 years
Intimacy vs. isolation Erkison's sixth stage and age 20 to 40 years
Generativity vs. stagnation Erkison's seventh stage and age 40-45 to 60-65 years
Ego integrity vs. despair Erkison's eigth stage and age 65+
Erkison has how many stages in his Psychosocial theory? 8
Piaget has how many stages in his Cognitive theory? 4
Sensorimotor Stage Piaget's first stage and birth - 2 years. Everything is about sensory (reflex, touch grasp, etc)
Preoperational Stage Piaget's first stage and birth - 2 years. Everything is about symbolic thought.
Concrete Operational Stage Piaget's third stage and 7 - 11 years. About using logic.
Formal Operational Stage Piaget's fourth stage and 11 years - adult. Everything is about abstract and reasoning.
Created by: danielleot14
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