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Ch8 ID Development tasks (mental, emotional, social changes) by Age Group
Infancy (birth to 1 year)
Toddlerhood (1 to 3 years)
Pre-school (3 to 6 years)
School age (6 to 10 years)
- learn to walk, eat solids, trust, talk, sleep
- controlling bowel & bladder, using words, free of caregiver
- learn to communicate, play, self-care
- learn to read, write, do math, and gender behavior
Infancy (birth to 1 year)
- learn to walk, eat solids, trust, talk, sleep
Toddlerhood (1 to 3 years)
- controlling bowel & bladder, using words, free of caregiver
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Physical, Social, mental, and emotional changes during the adolescence.
What are some physical changes a boy g…
What ages does a boy mature at?
What are some physical changes a girl…
What ages does a girl mature?
Voice deepens, facial hair, muscles develop, shoulders broade…
10-15 years old.
Female hormones increase, breast develops, menstruation/perio…
8-13 years old
What are some physical changes a boy g…
Voice deepens, facial hair, muscles develop, shoulders broade…
What ages does a boy mature at?
10-15 years old.
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Week 8 (Social emotional development and Infant child adolescent mental health )
Social development
Psychosocial Stages
Temperament
Two dimensions of temperament
The ways in which individuals' social interactions and expect…
Proposed by Erik Erikson, successive developmental stages tha…
A child's biologically based level of emotional and behaviour…
- reactivity ... - self-regulation/effortful control
Social development
The ways in which individuals' social interactions and expect…
Psychosocial Stages
Proposed by Erik Erikson, successive developmental stages tha…
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HLTHPSYCH: Module 4 - Social-emotional Development & Infant, child and adolescent Mental Health
What is attachment?
what is a major developmental task for…
What is the ethological theory of atta…
What are the 4 main features of secure…
- Strong, enduring, affectionate tie that humans feel toward…
- forming social relationships
- Focus on period after 9 months of age.... - Infant's emotional…
1. intensified by anxiety provoking situation... 2. Serves to re…
What is attachment?
- Strong, enduring, affectionate tie that humans feel toward…
what is a major developmental task for…
- forming social relationships
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Chapter 16: Emotional and Social Development in Middle Adulthood
"big five" personality traits
burnout
feminization of poverty
generativity versus stagnation
Five basic factors into which hundreds of personality traits…
A condition in which long-term job stress leads to mental exh…
A trend in which women who support themselves or their famili…
In Erikson's theory, the psychological conflict of midlife, w…
"big five" personality traits
Five basic factors into which hundreds of personality traits…
burnout
A condition in which long-term job stress leads to mental exh…
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Chapter 9: Social and Emotional Development
Attachment
Understanding Attachment
Bowlby
Ainsworth Strange Situation
-positive emotional bond that develops between a child and a…
-earliest animal research suggests attachment based on biolog…
~Earliest HUMAN research suggests attachment based on needs f…
-widely used experimental technique to measure attachment... -se…
Attachment
-positive emotional bond that develops between a child and a…
Understanding Attachment
-earliest animal research suggests attachment based on biolog…
CHAPTER 18: EMOTIONAL AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT IN LATE ADULTHOOD
Ego integrity versus despair
Gerotranscendence
Affect optimization
Reminiscence
Erikson's term for the crisis of late adulthood, characterize…
An additional psychosocial stage--a cosmic and transcendent p…
the ability to maximize positive emotion and dampen negative…
refers to telling stories about people and events from the pa…
Ego integrity versus despair
Erikson's term for the crisis of late adulthood, characterize…
Gerotranscendence
An additional psychosocial stage--a cosmic and transcendent p…
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Chapter 5 Mental and Emotional Problems
Anxiety
Emotions
Depression
Apathy
The condition of feeling uneasy or worried about what may hap…
a natural instinctive state of mind deriving from one's circu…
A prolonged feeling of helplessness, hopelessness, and sadness
A lack of strong feeling, interest, or concern
Anxiety
The condition of feeling uneasy or worried about what may hap…
Emotions
a natural instinctive state of mind deriving from one's circu…
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Chapter 5 Mental and Emotional Problems
Anxiety
Emotions
Depression
Apathy
The condition of feeling uneasy or worried about what may hap…
a natural instinctive state of mind deriving from one's circu…
A prolonged feeling of helplessness, hopelessness, and sadness
A lack of strong feeling, interest, or concern
Anxiety
The condition of feeling uneasy or worried about what may hap…
Emotions
a natural instinctive state of mind deriving from one's circu…
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Human Development; Chapter 8, Emotional and Social Development in Early Childhood.
initiative versus guilt
initiative
guilt
Play
Erikson stage: 3-6 years. psychological conflicts of the pres…
a sense of ambition and responsibility develops when parents…
when parents demand too much self-control they induce excessi…
Erikson regarded this as a means through which young children…
initiative versus guilt
Erikson stage: 3-6 years. psychological conflicts of the pres…
initiative
a sense of ambition and responsibility develops when parents…
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PSY460 CH9 SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN EARLY CHILDHOOD
Social-Identity theories
During early childhood, children's soc…
Socialization
Personality formation
Socialization ... Personality formation
Process by which children learn the standards, values, and kn…
Process by which children develop their own unique patterns o…
Social-Identity theories
During early childhood, children's soc…
Socialization ... Personality formation
Emotional and social development in late adulthool
In Erikson's theory, the psychological…
Spirituality and Religion in Late Adu…
Factors in Psychological Well-Being
Late adulthood adults that are of a hi…
Ego Integrity vs Despai
-About three-fourths of U.S. elders say religion is "very imp…
-Control versus dependency... -Health... poor health, depression li…
stronger impairment-depression relationship.
In Erikson's theory, the psychological…
Ego Integrity vs Despai
Spirituality and Religion in Late Adu…
-About three-fourths of U.S. elders say religion is "very imp…
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Chapter 10: Emotional and Social Development in Early Childhood
Erikson's Theory: Initiative versus Gu…
Self-Concept
Self-Esteem
Emotional Development in Early Childhood
Initiative:... • Eagerness to try new tasks, join activities wit…
• Self-concept is based on observable characteristics:... - App…
• Judgments we make about our own worth and feelings associat…
• Emotional development is supported by gains in representati…
Erikson's Theory: Initiative versus Gu…
Initiative:... • Eagerness to try new tasks, join activities wit…
Self-Concept
• Self-concept is based on observable characteristics:... - App…
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Chapter 9: Social- Emotional Development of the Infant
social-emotional development
disposition
temperament
initiate
type of development involving a person's disposition, interac…
a person's general mood
the tendency to react in a certain way to events
to begin
social-emotional development
type of development involving a person's disposition, interac…
disposition
a person's general mood
Social and Emotional Health
Emotional Health
Thoughts
Cortex
Values
The state of being free of disturbances that limit functioning.
The mental process of which a person is always conscious.
The outer most layer of the brain.
What a person thinks/believes, on the inside, what is right o…
Emotional Health
The state of being free of disturbances that limit functioning.
Thoughts
The mental process of which a person is always conscious.
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Ch 8 Emotional and Social Development in Early Childhood
Initiative
Guilt
Self-understanding
self-concept
New sense of purposefulness, eagerness to try new tasks, join…
Overly strict superego, or conscience, causing too much guilt…
emerging language skills enable children to discuss inner men…
based on observable characteristics: appearance, possessions,…
Initiative
New sense of purposefulness, eagerness to try new tasks, join…
Guilt
Overly strict superego, or conscience, causing too much guilt…
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Emotional & Social Development of Infants
Emotional development
Social development
Attachment
Failure to thrive
The process of learning to recognize and express feelings and…
The process of learning self-expression and how to interact w…
This is when physical contact helps build the bond between a…
A condition in which babies fail to grow and develop properly
Emotional development
The process of learning to recognize and express feelings and…
Social development
The process of learning self-expression and how to interact w…
Emotional and Social Development in Infancy
Discrete Emotions Theory
Cognitive Emotions Theory
Colic
Display Rules
This theory assumes that infants are born with pre-wired syst…
assume that newborns are not pre-wired for discrete emotions…
Beginning at about 3 weeks of age, some babies display chroni…
Every society has cultural expectations about which emotions…
Discrete Emotions Theory
This theory assumes that infants are born with pre-wired syst…
Cognitive Emotions Theory
assume that newborns are not pre-wired for discrete emotions…
Social and Emotional Development
Emotion
Emotional competence
Attachment Theory
Emotional Intelligence
Expression of feelings, needs, and desires accompanied by spe…
Involves expression, understanding, and regulation
This theory believes that the relationship one forms with car…
an intelligence based on the ability to recognize one's own a…
Emotion
Expression of feelings, needs, and desires accompanied by spe…
Emotional competence
Involves expression, understanding, and regulation
Teen Health Mental & Emotional Health
Mental & Emotional Health
Personality
Empathy
Resilience
The ability to handle the stress & changes of everyday life i…
A combination of your feelings, likes, dislikes, attitudes, a…
Identifying with & sharing another person's feelings
The ability to recover from problems or loss
Mental & Emotional Health
The ability to handle the stress & changes of everyday life i…
Personality
A combination of your feelings, likes, dislikes, attitudes, a…
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Chapter 18:Emotional and Social development in late adulthood
Ego Integrity
Despair
Peck: tasks of ego integrity
Labouvie-Vief Emotional Expertise
Feel whole, complete and satisfied with achievements; life vi…
Feel many decisions were wrong, yet time is now too short; bi…
Ego differentiation: affirm self-worth thru fam, friendship,…
Decline in cognitive-affective complexity; gain in affect opt…
Ego Integrity
Feel whole, complete and satisfied with achievements; life vi…
Despair
Feel many decisions were wrong, yet time is now too short; bi…
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Chapter 4: Mental and Emotional Problems
Disorder
Anxiety Disorder
Phobia
Personality Disorder
A disturbance in the normal function of a part of the body
A disorder in which intense anxiety or fear keeps a person fr…
An exaggerated fear of a specific situation or object
A psychological condition that affects a person's ability to…
Disorder
A disturbance in the normal function of a part of the body
Anxiety Disorder
A disorder in which intense anxiety or fear keeps a person fr…
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CD 14 Emotional and Social Development from Four to Six
tension
self-confidence
initiative
peer
Emotional Stress
The belief that you can be successful at something (for examp…
Doing what needs to be done and doing it without being told.
A person who is equal to another in social standing or age
tension
Emotional Stress
self-confidence
The belief that you can be successful at something (for examp…
CHD 2220 Final chapter 13 (social and emotional development in middle childhood)
Social comparison
Gossip
Peer reputation
Keeping friends
the ability to describe, rate, and rank persons on various at…
the informal sharing of information and opinion on peers' str…
children gradually learn that they can influence their own re…
once children start a friendship, they must apply additional…
Social comparison
the ability to describe, rate, and rank persons on various at…
Gossip
the informal sharing of information and opinion on peers' str…
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Chapter 6 Emotional and Social Development in Infancy and Toddlerhood
Temperament
Father's stimulating, surprising play…
Anger, expressions of fear
A warm marital bond
The most accurate long term prediction happens after age 3.
may help babies regulate emotion in intensely arousing situat…
Rise from the second half of the first year into the second y…
promotes both parents' sensitivity and involvement and childr…
Temperament
The most accurate long term prediction happens after age 3.
Father's stimulating, surprising play…
may help babies regulate emotion in intensely arousing situat…
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Chapter 5-Mental and Emotional Problems
Anxiety
Depression
Apathy
Mental Disorder
the condition of feeling uneasy or worried about what may hap…
a prolonged feeling of helplessness, hopelessness, and sadness
lack of strong feeling, interest, or concern
an illness of the mind that can affect the thoughts, feelings…
Anxiety
the condition of feeling uneasy or worried about what may hap…
Depression
a prolonged feeling of helplessness, hopelessness, and sadness
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Ch. 16 - Emotional and Social Development in Adolescence
Identity
Identity vs. identity confusion
Identity Confusion
Creating an identity
-The major personality achievement of adolescence and a cruci…
-Erikson's psychological conflict of adolescence.... -The belief…
-Lack of direction and definition of self... -Restricted explora…
According to Erikson, what is the major personality achieveme…
Identity
-The major personality achievement of adolescence and a cruci…
Identity vs. identity confusion
-Erikson's psychological conflict of adolescence.... -The belief…
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Chapter 13- Social and emotional development in middle childhood
.Social Comparison
.gossip
. peer reputation
. social information processing 3
.-the ability to describe, rate and rank peers on various tra…
. informal sharing of information and opinion on peers' stren…
. the relatively stable characterization of a child shared by…
.include separate components for how ... children encode and int…
.Social Comparison
.-the ability to describe, rate and rank peers on various tra…
.gossip
. informal sharing of information and opinion on peers' stren…
Chapter 16 - Emotional and Social Development in Middle Adulthood
"big five" personality traits
burnout
feminization of poverty
generativity versus stagnation
five basic factors into which hundreds of personality traits…
a condition in which long-term job stress leads to mental exh…
a trend in which women who support themselves or their famili…
in Erikson's theory, the psychological conflict of midlife, w…
"big five" personality traits
five basic factors into which hundreds of personality traits…
burnout
a condition in which long-term job stress leads to mental exh…
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Ch 10 Emotional and Social Development in Middle Childhood
Industry
Inferiority
Industry vs Inferiority
social comparisons
Developing a sense of competence at useful skills, school pro…
Pessimism and lack of confidence in own ability to do things…
The psychological conflict of middle childhood, which is reso…
judgements of one's own appearance, abilities, and behavior i…
Industry
Developing a sense of competence at useful skills, school pro…
Inferiority
Pessimism and lack of confidence in own ability to do things…
Social and Emotional Development Milestones 2-3 years
Imitates adults and children
Shows affection for other playmates
Objects to major changes in the routine
Separates from the parents more willin…
Social and Emotional Development Milestones 2-3 years
Social and Emotional Development Milestones 2-3 years
Social and Emotional Development Milestones 2-3 years
Social and Emotional Development Milestones 2-3 years
Imitates adults and children
Social and Emotional Development Milestones 2-3 years
Shows affection for other playmates
Social and Emotional Development Milestones 2-3 years
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Chapter 18 Emotional and Social Development in late adulthood
ego differentiation
body transcendence
ego transcendence
Joan Erikson: Gerotranscendence
-affirm self-worth through family, friendship, community life…
-emphasize cognitive, emotional, social powers... -alternative t…
face reality of death construct
-beyond ego integrity... -cosmic, transcendent perspective... -dire…
ego differentiation
-affirm self-worth through family, friendship, community life…
body transcendence
-emphasize cognitive, emotional, social powers... -alternative t…
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Mental/Emotional Disorders
disorder
anxiety disorder
phobia
personality disorder
a disturbance in the normal function of a part of the body
intense anxiety or fear keeps a person from functioning norma…
exaggerated fear of specific object or situation
psychologically unable to interact normally with people
disorder
a disturbance in the normal function of a part of the body
anxiety disorder
intense anxiety or fear keeps a person from functioning norma…
Chapter 4 Managing Mental and Emotional Health
Mental Health
Emotion
Emotional Health
Hormones
the way people think about and respond to events in their dai…
a feeling produced in response to a life event
the way a person experiences and deals with feelings
chemicals that controls how the body grows and functions
Mental Health
the way people think about and respond to events in their dai…
Emotion
a feeling produced in response to a life event
Social and Emotional Development
the process of learning to recognize a…
What stage of life is it easier to obs…
What do children develop in early chil…
Young children display their emotions…
emotional development
early childhood
new emotions, such as jealousy, that they did not feel as bab…
actions, words
the process of learning to recognize a…
emotional development
What stage of life is it easier to obs…
early childhood
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Mental and Emotional Health Vocabulary
Puberty
Adolescence
Impulsive Behavior
Community
The period of development when secondary sex characteristics…
The period of transition between childhood and adulthood (emo…
Acting or doing without forethought
Unified body of people or individuals with common interests l…
Puberty
The period of development when secondary sex characteristics…
Adolescence
The period of transition between childhood and adulthood (emo…
Chapter 6: Emotional and Social Development in infancy and toddlerhood and Chapter 7: Physical and Cognitive Development in Early Childhood
Basic Emotions
Social Smile
Stranger Anxiety
Secure Base
Happiness, interest, surprise, fear, anger, sadness, disgust
At 6-10 weeks parent's communication evokes a broad grin
Fear to unfamiliar adults
Point from which to explore, venturing into the environment a…
Basic Emotions
Happiness, interest, surprise, fear, anger, sadness, disgust
Social Smile
At 6-10 weeks parent's communication evokes a broad grin
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Personal, Social and Emotional Development
Can select and use activities and reso…
Welcomes and values praise for what th…
Enjoys responsibility of carrying out…
Is more outgoing towards unfamiliar pe…
Personal, Social and Emotional Development... ELG 06 Self-confid…
Personal, Social and Emotional Development... ELG 06 Self-confid…
Personal, Social and Emotional Development... ELG 06 Self-confid…
Personal, Social and Emotional Development... ELG 06 Self-confid…
Can select and use activities and reso…
Personal, Social and Emotional Development... ELG 06 Self-confid…
Welcomes and values praise for what th…
Personal, Social and Emotional Development... ELG 06 Self-confid…
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ECE 2022 Quiz 2 - Cognitive Development and Social Emotional Development
Assimilation
Accomodation
Physical Knowledge
Autonomy vs. Shame and Doubt
Integrate new ideas into what you already know
Change what you know to make room for new ideas
This kind of knowledge allows children to make generalization…
18 months to 3.5 years- Must develop a sense of independence.
Assimilation
Integrate new ideas into what you already know
Accomodation
Change what you know to make room for new ideas
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Mental Health
hierarchy of needs
emotions
empathy
defense mechanisms
Maslow's ranked list of those *needs essential to human growt…
signals that tell your mind and body how to react
the ability to imagine and understand how someone else feels
mental processes that *protect individuals from strong or str…
hierarchy of needs
Maslow's ranked list of those *needs essential to human growt…
emotions
signals that tell your mind and body how to react
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Mental & Emotional Health Grade 3 Social Studies
emotion
good character
harmful stress
health behavior contract
a feeling inside you
acting in ways that show healthful traits, such as caring and…
stress that harms health or causes you to perform poorly
a written plan to help you practice a healthful behavior
emotion
a feeling inside you
good character
acting in ways that show healthful traits, such as caring and…
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Ch 5:Mental and Emotional Problems
anxiety
emotions
depression
apathy
The condition of feeling uneasy or worried about what may hap…
Signals that tell your mind and body how to react.
Prolonged feeling of helplessness,hopelessness, and sadness.
Lack of strong feeling,interest, or concern.
anxiety
The condition of feeling uneasy or worried about what may hap…
emotions
Signals that tell your mind and body how to react.
Chapter 4: Mental and Emotional Problems
Disorder
Anxiety Disorder
Phobia
Personality Disorder
A disturbance in the normal function of a part of the body
A disorder in which intense anxiety or fear keeps a person fr…
An exaggerated fear of a specific situation or object
A psychological condition that affects a person's ability to…
Disorder
A disturbance in the normal function of a part of the body
Anxiety Disorder
A disorder in which intense anxiety or fear keeps a person fr…
Emotional and Social Development (Chapter 10)
Emergence of self-concept
The 5 to 7 Shift
Self-esteem
Emotional Competence (develops/improves)
-Attributes, attitudes, and values that an individual believe…
Children's self-definition changes... -Generalized traits ... >"I…
-The evaluation part of self-concept... >Child judgment of his…
-Understanding ... -Self-regulation... -Self-conscious emotions... -Em…
Emergence of self-concept
-Attributes, attitudes, and values that an individual believe…
The 5 to 7 Shift
Children's self-definition changes... -Generalized traits ... >"I…
Development Chapter 12: Emotional and Social Development in Adolescence
Identity*
Role confusion
Changes in self-concept in adolescence*
Moral identity
Defining who you are, what you value, and your direction in l…
Lack of direction and self-definition... Earlier psychosocial c…
Unifies separate traits into more abstract descriptors. -----…
The degree to which morality is central to self-concept.
Identity*
Defining who you are, what you value, and your direction in l…
Role confusion
Lack of direction and self-definition... Earlier psychosocial c…
Ch.5 Mental and Emotional Problems
Anxiety
Depression
Apathy
Mental disorder
The condition of feeling uneasy or worried about what may hap…
Prolonged feeling of helplessness, hopelessness, and sadness
A lack of strong feeling, interest, or concern.
An illness of the mind that can affect the thoughts, feelings…
Anxiety
The condition of feeling uneasy or worried about what may hap…
Depression
Prolonged feeling of helplessness, hopelessness, and sadness
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Emotional, Mental, and Social Health
Mental Health
Emotion
Emotional Health
Hormones
the way people think about and respond to events in their dai…
feeling produced in response to a life event
The way a person experiences and deals with feelings
Chemicals that help control how the body grows and functions
Mental Health
the way people think about and respond to events in their dai…
Emotion
feeling produced in response to a life event
Chapter 2 Mental and Emotional Wellness
self-concept
reinforce
self-esteem
resilience
the view you have of yourself
support
a measure of how much you like and respect yourself
the ability to work through and recover from disappointment
self-concept
the view you have of yourself
reinforce
support
Mental Emotional Health/ Growth and Development
Mental and Emotional health
Personality
Empathy
Resilience
the ability to handle the stresses and changes of everyday li…
a combination of your feelings, likes, dislikes, attitudes, a…
identifying with and sharing another person's feelings
ability to recover from problems or loss
Mental and Emotional health
the ability to handle the stresses and changes of everyday li…
Personality
a combination of your feelings, likes, dislikes, attitudes, a…
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Social and Emotional Development in Middle Childhood
Latency Period
Sense of industry
Psychological Self
Metatheory of the Self
Freud's term for middle childhood, the period in which sexual…
In Erikson's theory, the basic belief in one's own competence
A concept of the self that is made up of psychological charac…
Children's understanding of the nature of selves in general
Latency Period
Freud's term for middle childhood, the period in which sexual…
Sense of industry
In Erikson's theory, the basic belief in one's own competence
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