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FII: CH 17 Key Points of Developmental Theories

Freud: Theme Psychosexual
Freud: Infancy to Toddler-hood (0-18 months) Oral stage
Freud: Infancy to Toddler-hood (8months-4years) Anal Stage
Freud: Preschool to Early School Years (3-7 Years) Phallic Stage
Freud: School Years (7-12 years) Latent Stage
Freud: Adolescent to Adult years (12-20 years) Genital Stage
Erikson: Theme Psychosocial
Erikson: Infancy to Toddler-hood Trust versus Mistrust; Autonomy versus Shame and Doubt
Erikson: Preschool to Early School Years Initiative versus Guilt
Erikson: School Years Industry versus Inferiority
Erikson: Adolescent to Adult Years Intimacy versus Generation
Erikson: Middle Adult Years Generativity versus Stagnation
Erikson: Later Adult Years Ego Integrity versus Despair
Piaget: Theme Cognitive
Piaget: Infancy to Toddler-hood *Sensorimotor (Birth-24 Months) Basic reflexes; coordinates more than one thought at a time; begins to reason and anticipate events
Piaget: Preschool to Early School years *Preoperational (2-7years) (Has 2 Parts) Increased language; increased understanding of life events and relationship 2 Parts: Preconceptual & Intuitive
Piaget: School Years *Concrete Operational (7-11 years) Develops logical thinking; incorporates others perspectives; uses abstract thinking and deductive reasoning; test beliefs to establish values
Piaget: Adolescent to Adult Years *Formal Operational (11years-older) Adopts life-guiding values or religious practices
Kohlberg: Theme Moral
Kohlberg: Infancy to Toddler-hood Oriented to obedience and punishment
Kohlberg: Preschool to Early School years Defines acts satisfying to others as right
Kohlberg: School years Morality of maintaining good relations and approval of others; aware of need to respect authority
Created by: Slmallory83