Essay about Erikson: Erikson ' s Stages of Psychosocial Development and Vs

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Erik H. Erikson’s
Eight Stages of Development from his paper entitled
“The Eight Ages of Man”

Definitions

Definitions
Crisis:

The turning point faced at each developmental stage.

Definitions
Crisis:
Basic
Strength:

The turning point faced at each developmental stage.
Motivating characteristics and beliefs that derive from the satisfactory resolution of the crisis at each developmental stage.

Definitions
Crisis:
Basic
Strength:

The turning point faced at each developmental stage.
Motivating characteristics and beliefs that derive from the satisfactory resolution of the crisis at each developmental stage.

Basic
Weakness: Motivating characteristics and beliefs that derive from the unsatisfactory resolution of the crisis at each developmental stage.

Attitudes and their Counterparts
Have Three Characteristics

Attitudes and their Counterparts
Have Three Characteristics
•They affect the ways in which we experience, namely, our perception.

Attitudes and their Counterparts
Have Three Characteristics
•They affect the ways in which we experience, namely, our perception.
•They affect our ways of behaving.

Attitudes and their Counterparts
Have Three Characteristics
•They affect the ways in which we experience, namely, our perception.
•They affect our ways of behaving.
•These unconscious inner states are determinable by test and analysis.

Stage 1: Trust vs. Mistrust
Age: 0 - 1.5
Q = Can I count on others?
• Infants develop feelings of trust if attachment needs are met, otherwise develop feelings of mistrust.

Successful

Hope

Unsuccessful

Dependency or Paranoia



Stage 1: Trust vs. Mistrust
Age: 0 - 1.5
Q = Can I count on others?
• Infants develop feelings of trust if attachment needs are met, otherwise develop feelings of mistrust.

Successful

Hope

Unsuccessful

Dependency or Paranoia



Stage 1: Trust vs. Mistrust
Age: 0 - 1.5
Q = Can I count on others?
• Infants develop feelings of trust if attachment needs are met, otherwise develop feelings of mistrust.

Successful

Hope

Unsuccessful

Dependency or Paranoia



PARTS
Wisdom
Integrity vs. Despair

Old Age
8
Care
Generativity
vs.
Stagnation

Adulthood
7

S
T
A
G
E

Young
Adulthood
6

Love
Intimacy vs.
Isolation

Fidelity
Identity vs.
Identity
Confusion

Adolescence
5
Competence
Industry
vs.
Inferiority

School Age
4
Play Age
3

Purpose
Initiative
Vs. Guilt

Early
Childhood
2
Infancy
1

Will
Autonomy vs.
Shame, Doubt

Hope
Trust vs.
Mistrust

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

PARTS
Wisdom
Integrity vs. Despair

Old Age
8
Care
Generativity
vs.
Stagnation

Adulthood
7

S
T
A
G
E

Young
Adulthood
6

Love
Intimacy vs.
Isolation

Fidelity
Identity vs.
Identity
Confusion

Adolescence
5
Competence
Industry
vs.
Inferiority

School Age
4
Play Age
3

Purpose
Initiative
Vs. Guilt

Early
Childhood
2
Infancy
1

Will
Autonomy vs.
Shame, Doubt

Hope
Trust vs.
Mistrust

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

Stage 2: Autonomy vs. Shame & Doubt
Age: 1.5 – 3
Q = Can I act independently?
• Toddlers develop independence if exploration is supported. • Caregivers must provide appropriate amount of control. • Too much and the child does not develop a sense of control over environment, becomes overly dependent.
• Too little and the child becomes overly controlling & demanding. Stage 2: Autonomy vs. Shame & Doubt
Age: 1.5 – 3
Q = Can I act independently?
• Toddlers develop independence if exploration is supported. • Caregivers must provide appropriate amount of control. • Too much and the child does not develop a sense of control over environment, becomes overly dependent.
• Too little and the child becomes overly controlling & demanding. Stage 2: Autonomy vs. Shame & Doubt
Age: 1.5 – 3
Q = Can I act independently?
• Toddlers develop independence if exploration is supported. • Caregivers must provide appropriate amount of control. • Too much and the child does not develop a sense of control over environment, becomes overly dependent.
• Too little and the child becomes overly controlling &…