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Mental health quiz2

developmental stages tasks

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Infancy and early childhood (birth to 5) learn to trust people self and world, learn to communicate needs and feelings, learn to control impulses, continuous refinement of sensory abilities, motor skills, and perceptual and cognitive abilities
Later childhood (6-12) awareness of social norms and expectations, awareness of needs of others, learning to delay gratification for increasingly long periods, increased physical coordination, more intellectual sophistication
Adolescence develop social and sexual identity separate from one’s parents, engage in process of occupational choice, explore values and interests, develop social skills, adjust to hormonal, physical changes, adjust to the increasing expectations of others
Early adulthood succeed in chosen careers, develop friendships with others(find marriage partner), contribute to future(through career or family)
Middle adulthood reevaluate life;satisfy urge to nurture; assess satisfaction of chosen work; adjust to aging; dealing with adolescents or children leaving home,aging parents; identify and pursue goals in work,family,community life that contributes to future significantly
Late adulthood and aging understand and appreciate the accomplishments of one’s life; adjustment to significant life stress from aging body; retirement and loss of career role; deaths of spouse and cherished friends; economic worries; loss of home
Created by: mejasha
 

 



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