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Human Development 443

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Human Development 443 443

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Spirituality and Development
Dr. Dean Vondras

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Spirituality and Development
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Date Created: 02/02/16
Allison Rowlands Spirituality and Dev Models of Development 2216 Erikson39s Stages of Development 0 Trust vs Mistrust birth to one year 0 Fowler indicates that faith is something that is formed through the relationships with others based on love and kindness Autonomy vs shame and doubt 13 years 0 Fowler sense a faith of identity that is not questioned due to the fact that children are so young 0 Initiative vs Guilt 36 years 0 Industry vs lnferiority diffusion 611 years 0 Identity vs confusion Adolescence 0 Has dif culty understanding their purpose in life not too concerned with it anyway Intimacy vs Isolation young adulthood Generativity vs Stagnation Midlife 0 Regression to lower stages taking care of family Ego Integrity vs Despair Old Age 0 People in this stage are more opt to understand their meaning and purpose in life Sometimes this stage to present itself in a spiral form based on instrumental and existential clusters Life Spiral Model Cognitive Theories Piaget39s cognitive development theory suggests that cognitive development is contingent on biological processes strictly based on the biological aspects of life Piaget39s Stages of Cognitive Development Sensorimotor Stage Birth to 2 years 0 Infants think by action on the world with their eyes ears and hands By doing so they invent ways of solving sensorimotor problems such as pulling a lever quotI39m aware that I am a thinker and that l existsquot Preoperational Stage 2 to 7 years 0 Preschool children use symbols to represent their earlier sensorimotor discoveries Developmental language and makebelieve play takes place 0 Concrete Operational Stage 7 to 11 years 0 Children s reasoning becomes logical Conservation Task makes sense 0 Formal Operational Stage 11 years o The capacity for abstraction permits adolescents to reason with symbols that do not refer to objects in the real word such as math Fowler discusses how this is all relevant to faith and discovering one s purpose in life Mora Development in terms of Piaget 1 Piaget would argue that children think in two distinctly different ways about morality depending on their developmental maturing children do not understand that rules can be changed and are not concrete ie If a rule is broken then punishment will be meted out immediately 0 Piaget used natural observation of children to gather evidence for his theories Heteronomous Morality def stage were justice and rules are conceived of as unchangeable properties of the world and removed from the control of people the rst stage of Piaget39s model of moral development occurs between ages 4 to 7 preoperational highly egocentric view D black and white view 2 Autonomous Morality def Rules and laws are created by people occurs around ages 10 and older in judging an action ones should consider the actor39s intentions as well as consequences


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