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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANTA01H3
Professor
Mortenser
Semester
Winter

Description
Developmental Psychology  the development of the mind  Signmund Freud  psychosexual development—children focus on pleasure as they mature  individuals can become fixated (can’t resolve issues) at certain stages  the stages are: oral (sucking), anal (pooping), phallic (genitals become source of pleasre; sons compete with dad for mom), latency (play with same sex—sex urges shoved aside), and genital (directs sexual urges to opposite sex)  Jean Piaget  cognitive development  various stages: sensorimotor (acknowledge senses), pre-operational (exhibits non- logical thinking, egocentric), concrete operational (develops logic, makes connections), formal operational (connections to abstract ideas, becomes egocentric again at beginning of stage)  used today in developing curriculum: older students do more thinking, discussions, problem solving)  Erik Erikson  psychosocial development  believed humans developed through life—not just in childhood  adolescents can experience identify crisis—when a teen is filled with extreme self- consciousness as they attempt to test and integrate various roles)  being “cool” and being a good kid  trust/mistrust (needs to be met), autonomy/doubt (independence), initiative/guilt (responsibility, being good), industry/inferiority (successful), identity/role-confusion (who am i?), intimacy/isolation (love someone?), gene
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