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Erikson

Trust vs. MistrustBirth-18 years

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Phallic3.5-6 years

Oral and Anal1.Oral 2.Birth-18 months3.Crisis- being hungry all the time4.Time where the baby is communicating through sucking and eating through the mouth5.Positives- if weaning occurs quickly the baby will be over all normal. They will be able to move onto the next stage with ease.6.Negative- if weaning takes too long to occur, baby may become dependent on others and gullible. Also they may become very aggressive and finds out later the world doesn’t take care of all their needs.1.Anal2.18 months- 3.5 years3.Crisis- not knowing how to control themselves. May break out in unexplained temper-tantrums. Not being able to get the potty training down.4.The child is experiencing the anal urges to use the bathroom. The parents should be teaching potty-training while keeping discipline in the lesson.5.Child becomes very organized and orderly. Child exhibits self control and obedience.6.The child is messy and disorganized. Deviant behaviors begin to show and the child has little self control.

'A man who has been the indisputable favorite of his mother keeps for life the feeling of a conqueror.' -Sigmund Freud

OralBirth-18 months

Phallic, Latency, & Genital1.Phallic2.3.5-6 years3.Conflict- the child may become jealous of the same sex parent for the other parents affection. 4.Boys start to develop sexual desires for their mothers and the girls develop sexual attraction to their fathers. Boys become fearful that their father will punish them for feeling these desires such as castrating them. After fear of castration the boys decide to identify with their fathers and develops their masculinity.5.The children learn who they are sexually and where they stand in the world of male and female.6.questions about sexual identity1.Latency 2.6 years – puberty3.There are no main crisis that occur in this stage; unless the decision of being gay comes about4.Sexual urges and thoughts are limited by hanging out with the same sex friends and playing sports5.the child develops many friends and have the time of their lives. Everyone is relatively calm and relaxed6.There is no negative outcome for this stage.1.Genital2.puberty- death3.Not having the sweetheart you are having sexual urges for. Social rules4.Sexual urges are present again and directs these urges on the person of the opposite sex the have gratification in the genitals.5.The person becomes sexually balanced and knows how to control those urges. The person becomes mature and responsible and finds themselves in different activities throughout the world. This person is psychologically well-adjusted and balanced.6.The person has problems expressing their feelings and showing love.

Latency6 years- puberty

Anal18 mths.- 3.5 years

Identity vs. Role Confusion12-18 years

Generativity vs. Self absorption or stagnation33-60 years

Industry vs. Inferiority6-12 years

Autonomy vs. Shame18 mths.-3 years

.In this stage he parents extend the child the opportunity to explore their environment, ergo allowing the child to develop a sense of independence. During the toddler stage the parents balance being firm and tolerant. C.Will and Determination: If the parents allow the child to explore and search independently the child will develop ambition and true determination. D.Impulsivity and compulsion: If the parents negatively respond to the child’s attempt to discover and expand their horizons, the child will soon give up assuming that they should not act independently. Children in these situations may begin to feel deeply ashamed, and second-guess his or her abilities.

Initiative vs. Guilt3-5 years

Integrity vs. Despair60- Death

Intimacy & Solidarity vs. Isolation18-35 years

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In this stage the initiative is bestowed in the children by encouraging them to follow through with their ideals, beliefs, choices, and take risk even if they fail. Guilt is developed by feeling owns own design or desire is insignificant.Purpose and Courage: During this stage the healthy child develops a broad imagination, several skills, and cooperation. Ruthlessness and inhibition: On this side of the stage the child becomes very dependent, fearful, and restricted.

Someday, maybe, there will exist a well-informed, well considered and yet fervent public conviction that the most deadly of all possible sins is the mutilation of a child’s spirit.” - Erik Erikson

GenitalPuberty- Death

The infant learns whether the world in which he or she lives is trustworthy based on the nurture of their parent.C.Hope and Faith: If the parents provide the child with a practical measure of familiarity, stability, and love, the infant will develop feelings of security in the world. This child may develop confidence, self-control, and faith.D.Withdrawal: If the parents are ill equipped, abusive, and or neglectful of their offspring’s needs, the infant will develop a standard mistrust in the world. This child may develop apprehension, paranoia, and depression in social environments and in general.

B.Stage 4 is the period when children must maintain the domance of their imaginations and focus on education, interpersonal skills, and standards in society.C.Competence: during this side of the stage the child learns to transfer from free to structured play, and master his or her education. D.Narrow Virtuosity and Inertia: The child of this character will have a defeatist attitude and continually experience doubt.

B.Stage 5 focuses on identity, knowing who you are and how you fit into the dynamics of society. This stage requires adolescents to look into their life experiences and develop meaningful understanding. C.Fidelity and loyalty: In this stage a child develops self- esteem and self- certaintyD. Fanaticism and Repudiation: During this stage adolescents will become self- conscious, doubtful, and hesitant.

Intimacy is defined as the process of developing relationships with family, companions, and marital or matting partners. This stage reveals the significant role of giving and receiving personal connections (trust, love faith). Love: In this stage the young adult develops a sense of comfort, inclusion, and love. Promiscuity and exclusivity: develops loneliness, isolation from friends and community, and hatefulness.

In adulthood, the psychosocial crisis demands generativity, both in the sense of marriage and parenthood, and in the sense of working productively and creatively.In this stage of adulthood generativity is required, both in the marital and parental sense, also in the sense of efficiently and creatively working.Care: In this stage of adulthood we become less selfish and immensely loving. Overextension and rejectivity: During this part of the stage we begin to contribute little and loose energy.

B.In this stage the mature adult balances integrity with despair. Integrity reveals the feeling of peace in oneself and the world around with no regrets. Despair is the exact opposite, feelings of regret wasted opportunity, and past changes.Wisdom: In this stage the mature adult develops the ability to adjust, have genuine integrity, and trust.Presumption and Despair: In this stage the mature adult of this psychological character may feel their life to be insignificant and experience negative feelings of despair and confusion.


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