1)Identity Diffusion - the status in which the adolescent does no have a sense of having choices; he or she has not yet made a commitment
2)Identity Moratorium - the status in which the adolescent is currently in a crisis, exploring various commitments and ready to make choices, but has not made a commitment to these choices yet.
3)Identity Foreclosure - the status in which the adolescent seems willing to commit to some relevant roles, values, or goals for the future.
4)Identity Achievement - the status in which adolescent has gone through a identity crisis and has made a commitment to a sense of identity that he or she has chosen
@)Addressing Erikson's notion of identity crisis, Marcia posited that the adolescent stage consists neither of identity resolution nor identity confusion, but rather the degree to which one has explored and committed to an identity in a variety of life domains from vocation, religion, relational choices, gender roles, and so on.