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Trust vs Mistrust Infant develops trust as the caregiver meets needs
Autonomy vs. Shame and Doubt Toddler increasingly independent and prefers doing things him/herself
Initiative vs Guilt Preschool learns through play, develops conscience
Industry vs Inferiority School-age focus on achievement, marked by social relationships
Identity vs Role Confusion Adolescent identifies and integrates own values with societies, develops others opinions as opposed to self-concept
Sensorimotor Infant & Toddler child learns through interaction with the environment, starts reflex activity through repetitive behaviors to imitative behaviors
Preoperational thinking Preschool non-logical and non-linear, ie. Magical thinking
Concrete Operations School-Age thinking becomes more logical, linear, concrete, tangible
Formal Operations Adolescents thinking becomes adaptable and flexible, abstract thought develops
Key factors for Industry vs Inferiority school achievement, friendships, competition and cooperation with others, learning rules
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