STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT IN SULLIVAN'S INTERPERSONAL THEORY

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BIRTH TO 18 MONTHS (INFANCY)

Relief from anxiety through oral gratificaiton of needs

18 MONTHS TO 6 YEARS (CHILDHOOD)

Learning to experience a delay in personal gratification without undue anxiety

6 TO 9 YEARS (JUVENILE)

Learning to form satisfactory peer relationships

9 TO 12 YEARS (PREADOLESCENCE)

Learing to form satisfactory relationships with persons of same sex; initiating feeling of affection for another person.

12 TO 14 YEARS (EARLY ADOLESCENCE)

Learing to form satisfactory relationships with persons of the opposite sex; developing a sense of identity

14 TO 21 YEARS (LATE ADOLESCENCE)

Establishing self-identity; experiencing satisfying relationships; working to develop a lasting, intimate opposite-sex relationship.

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