Child & Adol Quiz 3
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What was Erik Erikson known for?
Theory of Development
What was Erikson stressed for?
Cultural Diversity, and Social Change
How many stages are in Erikson's Developmental Stages?
Are there particular challenges in each stage of Erikson's developmental theory? If so What is it called?
Yes, Developmental Crisis.
The resolution of each stage crisis is based in what??
How the individual interacts with their social environment.
What crisis is between ages 3-6?
Initiative vs. Guilt
What is stage 1?
Trust vs. Mistrust
What is Trust vs. Mistrust?
This is where a baby develops trust that people will take care of them or not.
What is stage 2?
Autonomy vs. Shame and Doubt
What is Autonomy vs. Shame and Doubt?
Children either became confident in their ability to accomplish tasks, such as eating etc. or doubt themselves.
What is stage 3?
Initiative vs. Guilt
What is Initiative vs. Guilt?
This is when a child wants to take on adultlike activities or internalize the limits set by parents. They either feel adventurous or guilty.
What is stage 4?
Industry vs. Inferiority
What is Industry vs. Inferiority?
Stage 4 - Children busily learn to become competent and produce new things or become inferior and wish they could produce things.
What is stage 5?
Identity vs. Role Confusion
What is Identity vs. Role Confusion?
Stage 5 - Adolescents try to figure out who I am? they try to establish a new identity in politics, religion, etc. or end up confused about what roles to play.
What is stage 7?
Generativity vs. Stagnation
What is Generativity vs. Stagnation?
Stage 7 - Middled aged adult contribute to the next generation, pouring into their family, etc. or they stagnate.
What is stage 6?
Intimacy vs. Role Confusion
What is Intimacy vs. Role Confusion?
Stage 6 - Young adults either seek relationships or they isolate them selves for fear of rejection.
What is stage 8?
Integrity vs. Despair
What is Integrity vs. Despair?
Stage 8 - Older adults try to make sense of their lives, either seeing meaning or despairing at goals never achieved.
When does protective optimism occur?
What age group do imaginary friends come in? And what for?
To combat loneliness and help emotional regulation.
What is latency?
It is freuds term for Middle childhood where a child experiences latency in their emotions and psychosexual drive.