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Psy 251

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Psy 251 Psy 251

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These notes complete the rest of Erikson's 8 stages of development. It also includes a brief description of Kohlberg's Theory of moral development stages.
Personality and Development
Mr. Eugene Mathes
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Date Created: 03/06/16
Psychology 251 Personality and Development … Continued  (Erikson) 7. Generativity (Adult) – Having children. Focused on future of society. 8. Ego­integrity – Must succeed at previous seven stages in order to achieve this stage.  Begin to think about regrets in life, and try to become successful in life. Kohlberg Stages:  1. Heteronomous: You are focused on your own happiness. You will behave morally in  order to avoid punishment. 2. Individualism, Instrumental Purpose, Exchange – Not moral but will behave morally  to receive a good outcome. 3. Mutual Interpersonal Expectations – Behave morally. Involves relationships and  interpersonal. 4. Social Systems and Conscience – Includes law and order; authority. Behave morally. 5. Social Contact – Individual rights. Believes “Greatest good for the greatest number.”  Promotes power and results in a democracy. 6. Universal and Ethical Principles – Philosophy and natural law. Involves justice and  civil disobedience.


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