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Erikson's Theory

Mental Health

Toddler/Early Childhood (1-3) Autonomy vs. Shame & Doubt Gaining some basic control of self and environment (e.g., toilet training, exploration)
Preschool/Late Childhood (3-6) Initiative vs. Guilt Becoming purposeful and directive.
School Age (6-12) Industry vs. Inferiority Developing social, physical, and school skills.
Adolescence (12-20) Identity vs. Role Confusion Making transition from childhood to adulthood; developing sense of identity.
Early Adult (20-35) Intimacy vs. Isolation Establishing intimate bonds of love and friendship.
Middle Adult (35-65) Generativity vs. Self-Absorption Ability to give and to care for others.
Later Adult/Gerian (65+) Integrity vs. Despair Looking back over one's life and accepting its meaning.
Infancy (0-1) Trust vs. Mistrust Attachment to the mother, and develop trust in others.
Created by: fulk_90