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Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYB30H3
Professor
Marc A Fournier

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Erik Erikson
-Jewish mother and protestant father
-Father left and mother remar r ied
-Gypsy lifestyle and travelled thru Europe until 25 when he takes a teaching job in Vienna
-Originally Erik Homburger
-Anna Freud was his therapist
-1939 – adopts new name
-Imagined himself to be his own creator – Erik son
-Two key ideas
oEpigenetic pr inciple – idea that personality is designed to unfold across a series of
predetermined series
Each stage confronts us with a developmental task/ issue/challenge
Development cannot be hurried or stalled
One requires a virtue – a psychosocial strength
Virtue must strike a balance between two sides
oTriple bookkeeping – idea that the individuals life must be understood on three
levels of analysis
Body
Ego – conscious understanding of the world
Family in society – historal, societal, cultural context
-Model of life span development
oHope falls between trust and mistrust
Sensor y distor tion – to be excessively trustful
-Autonomy vs. Shame/doubt
o2-3 years old
oSelf-mastery – toilet training
oChild is becoming increasingly mobile
oAcquiring language and becoming cur ious
oOppor tunities for success and failure
oIf child fails in for m of excess = impulsivity = shameless wilfulness
oFail in form of sufficiency = malignancy = compulsion = self doubting and
perfectionist
oRuthlessness = unmitigated initiative
oInhibition = live lives by etics like better safe than sor ry, dont take initiative
oVirtue between r uthlessness and inhibition is purpose, direction
oPur pose – giving direction to action
oStage 4
Systematic instruction outside of family
Nar row virtuosity – child actors/athletes/prodigies – excellence in a very
nar row area
These kids arent being allowed to be kids
-Adolescence
o13-18
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Erik Erikson - Jewish mother and protestant father - Father left and mother remarried - Gypsy lifestyle and travelled thru Europe until 25 when he takes a teaching job in Vienna - Originally Erik Homburger - Anna Freud was his therapist - 1939 adopts new name - Imagined himself to be his own creator Erik son - Two key ideas o Epigenetic principle idea that personality is designed to unfold across a series of predetermined series Each stage confronts us with a developmental taskissuechallenge Development cannot be hurried or stalled One requires a virtue a psychosocial strength Virtue must strike a balance between two sides o Triple bookkeeping idea that the individuals life must be understood on three levels of analysis Body Ego conscious understanding of the world Family in society historal, societal, cultural context - Model of life span development o Hope falls between trust and mistrust
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