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Erikson - Psychosocial + Emotions
Erikson is concerned with what two thi…
Erikson believed the main theme of lif…
Erikson also believed in
How does Erikson and Freud largely dif…
Social and emotional
the quest for identity
the continuity of character and inner solidarity with a group
Sexuality and religion
Erikson is concerned with what two thi…
Social and emotional
Erikson believed the main theme of lif…
the quest for identity
Ch.4 Psychology
According to Piaget, assimilation invo…
Much of our psychological reasoning oc…
The physical changes associated with p…
Vincent's ability to reason hypothetic…
interpreting new experiences in terms of one's current unders…
moral intuitions
the age-related timing but not the sequence
formal operational
According to Piaget, assimilation invo…
interpreting new experiences in terms of one's current unders…
Much of our psychological reasoning oc…
moral intuitions
PSYC MOD 11
The process of developing a sense of i…
Research on teen social relationships…
Who analyzed people's answers to moral…
Adolescence extends from
Erikson's psychosocial development theory.
like their parents
Lawrence Kohlberg
the beginnings of sexual maturity to independent adulthood.
The process of developing a sense of i…
Erikson's psychosocial development theory.
Research on teen social relationships…
like their parents
39 terms
PSY111 Quiz 3
Recognizing whether someone's facial e…
Adults are ________ likely to divorce…
The increase in death rates among olde…
Compared with those who lived shorter…
autism spectrum disorder
less; less
a death-deferral phenomenon
genes
Recognizing whether someone's facial e…
autism spectrum disorder
Adults are ________ likely to divorce…
less; less
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Erikson
In searching for his own identity, Eri…
Erikson received a training analysis f…
Basic trust is an example of a syntoni…
The ego is a positive force that estab…
Biological Father
Anna Freud
Dystonic
Identity
In searching for his own identity, Eri…
Biological Father
Erikson received a training analysis f…
Anna Freud
Erikson
Erik Erikson
Trust versus mistrust
Autonomy versus shame
Initiative versus guilt
Individuals pass through a series of psychosocial stages that…
Infancy to 18 months their basic virtue is hope
Basic virtue is Will early childhood to three years old
Basic virtue is purpose from 3 to 5 years old also known as t…
Erik Erikson
Individuals pass through a series of psychosocial stages that…
Trust versus mistrust
Infancy to 18 months their basic virtue is hope
Chapter 11 Adolescence
identity diffusion
puberty
secondary sex characteristics
identity foreclosure
category of adolescent identity status that involves wanderin…
specific developmental changes that lead to the ability to re…
traits not related to reproduction that distinguish males fro…
category of adolescent identity status that involves conformi…
identity diffusion
category of adolescent identity status that involves wanderin…
puberty
specific developmental changes that lead to the ability to re…
16 terms
Psychology: Modules 14 to 16
Adolescence
Puberty
Primary sex characteristics
Secondary sex characteristics
Transition period from childhood to adulthood, extending from…
Period of sexual maturation, during which s person becomes ca…
Reproductive organs--ovaries, tested, and external genitalia.
No reproductive sexual characteristics, such as breast and hi…
Adolescence
Transition period from childhood to adulthood, extending from…
Puberty
Period of sexual maturation, during which s person becomes ca…
Myers, Psychology in Modules Module 11
adolescence
puberty
formal operations
conventional; preconventional; postcon…
the transition period from childhood to adulthood, extending…
the period of sexual maturation, during which a person become…
When adolescents achieve the intellectual summit that develop…
According to Kohlberg, ________ morality focuses on upholding…
adolescence
the transition period from childhood to adulthood, extending…
puberty
the period of sexual maturation, during which a person become…
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Psychosocial Development According to Erikson
Infancy
Early Childhood
Late Childhood
School Age
birth - 18 months
18 months - 3 years
3 - 6 years
6 - 12 years
Infancy
birth - 18 months
Early Childhood
18 months - 3 years
43 terms
Health Assessment Ch 18 and 19
According to Erikson, in infancy the p…
According to Erikson, in toddlerhood t…
According to Erikson, in preschool the…
According to Erikson, in middle childh…
Basic trust, basic mistrust... Drive and hope
Autonomy vs. shame and doubt... Self-control and willpower
Initiative vs. guilt... Direction and purpose
industry vs inferiority ... Method and competence
According to Erikson, in infancy the p…
Basic trust, basic mistrust... Drive and hope
According to Erikson, in toddlerhood t…
Autonomy vs. shame and doubt... Self-control and willpower
Eriksons Stages (ch 5)
infancy
toddlerhood
preschool
elementary
trust v mistrust
autonomy v shame and doubt
initiative v guilt
industry v inferiority
infancy
trust v mistrust
toddlerhood
autonomy v shame and doubt
Erickson (ch 8)
Erikson's genital-locomotor psychosexu…
Erikson's core pathology of the play a…
Erikson believed that some degree of r…
A willingness and readiness to be a pa…
play age
inhibition.
all of these.
procreativity.
Erikson's genital-locomotor psychosexu…
play age
Erikson's core pathology of the play a…
inhibition.
54 terms
Human Development
Kohlberg
triangular
Motor vehicle crashes
diamond
This is the leading theorist regarding Moral Development
The posterior fontanel is ____________ shaped. Should close b…
Leading cause of death in adolescents
The anterior fontanel is ________ shaped. Should close by 18…
Kohlberg
This is the leading theorist regarding Moral Development
triangular
The posterior fontanel is ____________ shaped. Should close b…
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Developmental and Cultural Consideration
_______ is a theorist that believed pe…
Freud believed that there are 3 levels…
according to freud, ________ is the le…
according to freud, _________ is the l…
Freud
conscious... preconscious... unconscious
conscious
preconscious
_______ is a theorist that believed pe…
Freud
Freud believed that there are 3 levels…
conscious... preconscious... unconscious
ERIK ERIKSON
Peter Blos
Joan Serson
Kai... Jon... Neil... Sue
Kai ... Sue
invited Erik Erikson to teach children in new school in Vienna
married by Erikson with the approval of Anna Freud
Four children pf Erikson and Serson
children who pursued serious professional careers
Peter Blos
invited Erik Erikson to teach children in new school in Vienna
Joan Serson
married by Erikson with the approval of Anna Freud
15 terms
Psychology
people experience rapid physical growt…
nonreproductive sexual characteristics…
Boys who mature at an early age tend t…
Ten-year-old Heidi is maturing early a…
puberty
secondary sex characteristics
popular and self-assured
the object of some teasing
people experience rapid physical growt…
puberty
nonreproductive sexual characteristics…
secondary sex characteristics
16 terms
Psych Ch. 4
Puberty
Social learning
Aggression
Juvunelial deliquencey
The biological end of childhood is marked by _______
Albert Bandura's approach to human development is usually ref…
Females tend to use indirect forms of __________, such as rej…
Acts of _________ include running away from home, alcohol and…
Puberty
The biological end of childhood is marked by _______
Social learning
Albert Bandura's approach to human development is usually ref…
112 terms
NUR 115 Chapter 22
Normal growth and development proceed…
the quantitative (measurable) changes…
refers to behavioral changes in functi…
a person's sense of self-esteem or sel…
orderly, predictable
Growth
Development
Ego
Normal growth and development proceed…
orderly, predictable
the quantitative (measurable) changes…
Growth
7 terms
Module 52 (Nrl)
Piaget is to cognitive development as…
Fred has no meaningful occupational go…
According to Erikson, trust is to ____…
Adolescents and their parents are most…
psychosocial
identity
infancy ; adolescence
homework
Piaget is to cognitive development as…
psychosocial
Fred has no meaningful occupational go…
identity
Chapter 5: Developing Through the Life Span
Self-Concept
Adolescence
Puberty
Primary Sex Characteristics
Our understanding and evaluation of who we are
The transition period from childhood to adulthood, extending…
The period of sexual maturation, during which a person become…
The body structures (ovaries, testes, and external genitalia)…
Self-Concept
Our understanding and evaluation of who we are
Adolescence
The transition period from childhood to adulthood, extending…
Erik Erikson
Eriksons theory
psycosocial development
trust vs mistrust (age range)
trust vs mistrust
psychosocial development
erik erikson
infancy birth-1
child is fully dependent on caregiver
Eriksons theory
psychosocial development
psycosocial development
erik erikson
35 terms
Personality in Perspective
All personality theories discuss _____…
The ________ approach, with its emphas…
According to several research studies,…
Which of the following theorists recog…
Factors
Trait
Environmental
- Allport... - Adler... - Horney
All personality theories discuss _____…
Factors
The ________ approach, with its emphas…
Trait
mental test1: ch 2: personality development
personality
personality is influenced by _________…
personality disorders occur when...
Freud believed basic character was for…
characteristic way in which a person thinks, feels, and behav…
temperament... environment
personality traits become inflexible and personality function…
5 years
personality
characteristic way in which a person thinks, feels, and behav…
personality is influenced by _________…
temperament... environment
113 terms
HDFS 2400 Chapter 12
According to Erikson, the major person…
Sayuri is constructing her identity. B…
According to Erikson, teenagers in com…
Once formed, identity
identity.
defining what she values.
an identity crisis.
continues to be refined in adulthood as people reevaluate ear…
According to Erikson, the major person…
identity.
Sayuri is constructing her identity. B…
defining what she values.
Psych Chapter 4
Developmental psychologists study phys…
The symptoms of fetal alcohol syndrome…
One of the most consistently damaging…
The brain's development of new neural…
social
Mental abnormalities
alcohol
plasticity
Developmental psychologists study phys…
social
The symptoms of fetal alcohol syndrome…
Mental abnormalities
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Erikson
Basic trust vs. mistrust
Autonomy vs. Shame and doubt
Initiative vs. guilt
Industry vs inferiority
Infancy - Birth to 1yr - infants learn to trust or to not tru…
Toddler - 1 to 3yrs - children learn either to be self-suffic…
Preschool - 4 to 6yrs - children want to undertake many adult…
School age - 7 to 11yrs - children eagerly learn to be compet…
Basic trust vs. mistrust
Infancy - Birth to 1yr - infants learn to trust or to not tru…
Autonomy vs. Shame and doubt
Toddler - 1 to 3yrs - children learn either to be self-suffic…
34 terms
Chapter 1-8 and 21
kohlberg
oral stage
erikson
trust vs mistrust
who founded the fields of moral psychology and moral educatio…
what is freuds infancy stage that derives pleasure from oral…
who developed the trust vs mistrust stage
eriksons infancy stage that states the child develops trust a…
kohlberg
who founded the fields of moral psychology and moral educatio…
oral stage
what is freuds infancy stage that derives pleasure from oral…
39 terms
Developmental Psychology Test
Erikson Stage 1, Infancy
Erikson Stage 2, Early Childhood
Erikson Stage 3, Play Age
Erikson Stage 4, School Age
Trust vs. Mistrust, Hope
Autonomy vs. Shame, Will
Initiative vs. Guilt, Purpose
Industry vs. Inferiority, Competency
Erikson Stage 1, Infancy
Trust vs. Mistrust, Hope
Erikson Stage 2, Early Childhood
Autonomy vs. Shame, Will
32 terms
9.3
puberty
adolescent growth spurt
primary sex characteristics
secondary sexual characteristics
biologically, adolescence is characterized by the onset of se…
a paid hormonally driven increase in height and weight
maturation of the male and female sex organs; in females, the…
pubic hair, body hair, muscle mass increases for boys, and fa…
puberty
biologically, adolescence is characterized by the onset of se…
adolescent growth spurt
a paid hormonally driven increase in height and weight
20 terms
Cap's AP Psych Chapter 4 - Test (Ex1)
The fact that many happy and well-adju…
A belief that adult personality is com…
As boys with explosive tempers grow ol…
Questions about the extent to which ma…
stability or change
stability or change
stability or change
nature or nurture
The fact that many happy and well-adju…
stability or change
A belief that adult personality is com…
stability or change
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Chapter 6 (pp)
Research on psychosocial stages demons…
Erikson's childhood and youth was char…
The basic strength described by Erikso…
Adulthood is considered by Erikson to…
a relationship between happiness and successful development i…
a number of identity crises.
fidelity.
longer
Research on psychosocial stages demons…
a relationship between happiness and successful development i…
Erikson's childhood and youth was char…
a number of identity crises.
83 terms
HB Chp. 12
Middle School years
Middle Adolescence years
Late Adolescence years
How are adolescence and infancy similar?
11-14
15-18
19-21
Times of rapid growth
Middle School years
11-14
Middle Adolescence years
15-18
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Psych chapter 8
A sperm fertilizes an ovum, creating a…
When does the embryonic stage begin?
Time that the basic body plan and orga…
When does the fetal stage begin?
Zygote
After two weeks
Embryonic stage
After two months
A sperm fertilizes an ovum, creating a…
Zygote
When does the embryonic stage begin?
After two weeks
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Psychology- Development
Developmental psychology
Zygote
Embryo
Fetus
A branch of psychology that studis physical, cognitive, and s…
The fertilized egg... 2, week period of rapid cell growth
Developing human organism... Goes through the second month
The developing human organism from 9 weeks after conception t…
Developmental psychology
A branch of psychology that studis physical, cognitive, and s…
Zygote
The fertilized egg... 2, week period of rapid cell growth
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Chapter 11 Adolescence
Puberty
Adolescence
11,20
growth spurt
The period when a person becomes able to reproduce sexually
The developmental period between puberty and maturity
Adolescence spans between the ages ____ and ___, after which…
A rapid _______ ________ marks adolescence by the end of whic…
Puberty
The period when a person becomes able to reproduce sexually
Adolescence
The developmental period between puberty and maturity
30 terms
9B AP Psychology
Female children are most likely to act…
A baby girl receives a(n)
Maria has always taken responsibility…
Elton responds to his daughters fistfi…
testosterone
X chromosome from her father and mother.
gender roles
social learning theorists
Female children are most likely to act…
testosterone
A baby girl receives a(n)
X chromosome from her father and mother.
36 terms
Development: Infancy to Adolescence (Chapter 4)
Developmental Psychology
Zygote
Embryo
Fetus
A branch of psychology that studies physical, cognitive, and…
The fertilized egg; it enters a 2-week period of rapid cell d…
The developing human organism from about 2 weeks after fertil…
The developing human organism from 9 weeks after conception t…
Developmental Psychology
A branch of psychology that studies physical, cognitive, and…
Zygote
The fertilized egg; it enters a 2-week period of rapid cell d…
61 terms
psych chapter 4
According to Piaget, schemas are
Compared with environmentally impoveri…
When a placenta is first developed, it…
The powerful survival impulse that lea…
people's conceptual frameworks for understanding their experi…
synapses
embryo
attachment
According to Piaget, schemas are
people's conceptual frameworks for understanding their experi…
Compared with environmentally impoveri…
synapses
17 terms
Module 5
Adolescence
Puberty
Primary Sex Characteristics
Secondary Sex Characteristics
The transition period from childhood to adulthood, extending…
The period of sexual maturation, during which a person become…
The body structures (ovaries, testes, and external genitalia)…
Non-reproductive sexual characteristics, such as female breas…
Adolescence
The transition period from childhood to adulthood, extending…
Puberty
The period of sexual maturation, during which a person become…
102 terms
Exam 4: adolescence
puberty
hormone
11.5
13.5
what marks the begining of adolescence
____________ changes in adolescence lead to growth spurts, an…
average age that puberty starts in girls
average age that puberty starts in boys
puberty
what marks the begining of adolescence
hormone
____________ changes in adolescence lead to growth spurts, an…
Psychology Midterm
Developmental psychology
Cognitive
Jean Piaget
Schema
Branch of psychology that systematically focuses on the physi…
Piaget is best known for his interest in the process of _____…
Which psychologist was most influential in shaping our unders…
A concept of framework that organizes and interprets informat…
Developmental psychology
Branch of psychology that systematically focuses on the physi…
Cognitive
Piaget is best known for his interest in the process of _____…
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Ch 8 Developmental approaches
How developmental stages help OTs
Progressive stages
Hierarchical stages
Personal context
Gives OTs guidelines for exploring client occupational concer…
The idea that each stage increases in complexity and represen…
Each stage builds on the previous one. Reinforces the idea of…
Developmental stage is part of each clients ___ as implied by…
How developmental stages help OTs
Gives OTs guidelines for exploring client occupational concer…
Progressive stages
The idea that each stage increases in complexity and represen…
Erikson (First 5...)
Trust vs. mistrust... Infancy (0-1.5)
Autonomy vs. shame... Early Childhood (1.…
Initiative vs. guilt... Play Age (3-5)
Industry vs. inferiority... School Age (5…
-Child learns to trust as needs are met by the caregiver
-The child becomes more independent... -Frame of mind: "I am a b…
-Development of a conscience ... -Learning right from wrong
-Rule-following behavior... -Forming social relationships is see…
Trust vs. mistrust... Infancy (0-1.5)
-Child learns to trust as needs are met by the caregiver
Autonomy vs. shame... Early Childhood (1.…
-The child becomes more independent... -Frame of mind: "I am a b…
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Psychology Terms Adolescence
Adolescence extends from
The development stage of adolescence i…
People experience rapid physical devel…
The body structures that enable reprod…
the beginnings of sexual maturity to independent adulthood
financially self-supporting
puberty
primary sex characteristics
Adolescence extends from
the beginnings of sexual maturity to independent adulthood
The development stage of adolescence i…
financially self-supporting
29 terms
AP Psych:Unit 9
During the course of successful prenat…
Infant novelty preferences have been d…
The best evidence that 4 month old inf…
Maturation is to education as ________…
zygote and finally develops into a fetus
habituation
habituation
nature; nurture
During the course of successful prenat…
zygote and finally develops into a fetus
Infant novelty preferences have been d…
habituation
30 terms
CH 4
Jean Piaget
schemas
assimilation
accommodation
pioneering developmental psychologist who studied children's…
concepts or frameworks that organize and interpret information
Interpreting new experiences in terms of existing understandi…
Adapting current understandings (schemas) to incorporate new…
Jean Piaget
pioneering developmental psychologist who studied children's…
schemas
concepts or frameworks that organize and interpret information
Developmental Psychology
Dependence
Independent
Interdependence
Infancy age and basic conflict
Characteristic of the infant and young child- totally depende…
Occurs when the young child develops the ability to physicall…
Occurs when the individual has achieved self-reliance, self-e…
Erikson birth to 18 months; trust vs. mistrust
Dependence
Characteristic of the infant and young child- totally depende…
Independent
Occurs when the young child develops the ability to physicall…
Final
Evocative forces deals with our intern…
Sensorimotor 0-2
Pre operational... 2-7/8
Concrete ... 8-12
Difference between Active and Evocative forces
Piaget stage: Grasps basics of physical delopment, ends with…
Piaget stage: Perceptions captured by immediate appearances,…
Piaget stage: realistic understanding of the world, can reaso…
Evocative forces deals with our intern…
Difference between Active and Evocative forces
Sensorimotor 0-2
Piaget stage: Grasps basics of physical delopment, ends with…
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