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strong affectional bond with special others that endures over time.
Erik Ericssons 8 psychosocial stages
Stage 1: Trust vs mistrust
Stage 2: Autonomy vs Shame and doubt
Stage 3: Iniative vs Guilt
Stage 4: Industry vs Inferiority
Stage 5: Identity vs Role confusion
Stage 6: Intimacy vs Isolation
Stage 7: Generativity vs Stagnation
Stage 8: Ego integrity vs Despair
(Erik Ericssons 8 stages) Stage 1: Trust vs Mistrust
- birth to age 1
- are their needs met? (food, attention, and safety)
If not... Baby withdrawal
(Erik Ericssons 8 stages) Stage 2: Autonomy vs Shame and doubt
- ages 1- 3
-start to assert the sense of independency ( running around the store)
if not... shame and doubt oneself.
(Erik Ericssons 8 stages) Stage 3: Iniatitive vs Guilt
-learns how to initiate activities and develop self esteem/confidence.
if not...feel irresponsible, anxious, and guilty
(Erik Ericssons 8 stages) Stage 4: Industry vs Inferiority
- children who succeed in learning new skills develop sense of pride
if not...feel inferior to others.
(Erik Ericssons 8 stages) Stage 5: identity vs role confusion
-develops coherent and stable identity
if not... identity crisis happens
(Erik Ericssons 8 stages) Stage 6: Intimacy vs isolation (young adulthood)
young adults form lasting meaningful relationships, sense of connectedness
if not... they become psycholoically isolated
(Erik Ericssons 8 stages) Stage 7: Generativity vs Stagnation
-challenge for middle aged adults is to be nurtrant for younger generation
if not... leads to self-indulgence and stagnation
(Erik Ericssons 8 stages) Stage 8: Ego integrity vs Despair
- late adulthood
- reminicing their lives. If successful= self acceptance and satisfaction occurs
if not...experiences regret and deep dissatisfaction