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7 Written questions

6 Multiple choice questions

  1. Trust vs. Mistrust
  2. Autonomy vs. Shame & Doubt
  3. Our strength comes from a wisdom that world is very large and we now have detached concerned with the whole of life, accepting death as the completion of life. May struggle for purpose in life and wonder "was the trip worth it?" Most significant relationship is with all of MANKIND "MY KIND"
  4. (1) the world gets bigger as we go along and (2) failure is cummulative
  5. Intimacy vs. Isolation
  6. Identity vs. Role Diffusion

6 True/False questions

  1. Key issue(s): Erikson's Autonomy vs. Shame & Doubtreferred to as the Oral Sensory Stage (baby puts every thing in mouth) During this period, infants develop a sense of trust or mistrust, largely depending on how well their needs are met by their caregivers. Significant relationship with the MATERNAL PARENT or CONSTANT CAREGIVER


  2. Eriksonwas influenced by Freud, he believed that the ego exists from birth and that behaviour is not totally defensive.


  3. Key issue(s): Intimacy vs. Isolation Stagea stage in which we are neither a child or adult, try to find our own identity, struggle with social interactions and grapple w/ moral issues. Go through period of Moratorium. Unsuccessful through this stage will experience role confusion and upheaval. Most significant relationship, PEERS.


  4. Moratoriumwithdrawing from responsibilities


  5. Name of Erikson's Stage: Play age 3 to 5 YearsInitiative vs. Guilt


  6. Key issue(s): Erikson's Trust vs. Mistrust StageOften called LATENCY, were are capable of learning, creating and accomplishing numerous new skills and knowledge, thus developing a sense of industry. Feeling of inadeqacy and inferiority among peers can cause problems in terms of competence and self-esteem. Most significant relationship is with the SCHOOL and NEIGHBORHOOD. Parents are no longer the complete authorities they once were, although they are still important.