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Chapter 11 Notes

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Ch. 11 • Erikson’s Stage Theory of Development o Development is psychosocial: the person develops along paths expected by society  Early in the home  Development as a youth must meet expectations of schools/community  Later development in community, work, newly formed family o Stages (1-5) rest are in adulthood  Trust – Basic Mistrust, infancy – infant explores securely or feels insecure/unsafe – family  Autonomy – Shame/Doubt, ages 2-3 – toddler begins to control things around them, toilet training, feeding, etc. – family  Initiative – Guilt, 5-7 years – develop plans/goals
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