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CSU Erikson OT

CSU Erikson Psychosocial Development

Trust vs. Mistrust (ages) In "typical" development: 0-1 years old
Autonomy vs Shame & Doubt (ages) This is expected at 2-3 years old
Initiative vs Guilt (ages) Typically: 4-5 years old
Industry vs Inferiority (ages) Most often at 6-12 years old
Identity vs Role Confusion (ages) Typically: 13-19 years old
Intimacy vs Isolation (ages) Typically: 20-24 years old
Generativity vs Stagnation (ages) Typically: 25-64 years old
Ego Integrity vs Despair (ages) Most common at age 65 +
Ego Integrity vs Despair (a good outcome would be...) Facing the ending of life, and accepting successes and failures, ageing, and loss. People accept their lives, and develop a sense of wisdom
Generativity vs Stagnation(a good outcome would be...) strong sense of creativity, success, and of having "made a mark" and are concerned with the next generation;
Intimacy vs Isolation (a good outcome would be...) Able to be close, loving, and vulnerable with romances and friends. Able to address the needs of others. It is based in part upon identity development, in that you have to know yourself to share it.
Identity vs Role Confusion (a good outcome would be...) They develop an understanding of thier strengths, weaknesses, goals, sexual identity, and gender roles. They "try on" different identities,and use their friends to reflect back to them
Industry vs Inferiority (a good outcome would be...) THe individual tames impulses and learns to please others. The individual can set and work toward goals over days or weeks
Initiative vs Guilt (a good outcome would be...) The child develops an awareness of purpose, and sets goals and acts in ways to reach them by completing multistep tasks. Modeling adults is very important
Autonomy vs Shame & Doubt (a good outcome would be...) The child devlops a sense of will. By expressing their will they develop self esteem and confidence in thier abilty to control their own bodies.
Trust vs. Mistrust (a good outcome would be...) Realizes that people are dependable and the world can be a safe place. The child develops a sense of hope and confidence; this is a belief that things will work out well in the end
Thinking of Examples in the behavior of individuals Remember that you should be able to describe specific examples for each stage. What might you observe an individual DOING that would suggest that they were successfully navigating each developmental crisis?
Thinking of Examples in an individual's social contexts Remember to think in SPECIFIC examples. What might an individual in the social context do to facilitate or hinder the individual as they are working on each developmental crisis? Remember to be SPECIFIC.
Created by: OTTeacherLady
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