Adolescent Psychology 3/14-3/18
Adolescent Psychology 3/14-3/18 Psy 120-020
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Date Created: 03/18/16
Socioemotional Development Erik H. Erikson Studied under Sigmund Freud’s daughter Life presents us with tasks/challenges Positive vs. Negative pole Favorable ratio - Greater pull toward the positive - Leads to the development of a life virtue/life lesson Epigenetic Principle - What happens in childhood affects your whole life - one stage affects the other stages Stages of Development Trust vs. Mistrust Trust - Care is predictable and consistent - Virtue of hope - Secure relationships - Perseverance Too Much: - Naïve - Gullible Mistrust - Care and attention not consistent Too much: - Withdrawal - Depression - Paranoia Autonomy vs. Shame and Doubt Autonomy - Independence - Child learns they can make things happen - Virtue of will - Pride and confidence Too much: - Impulsiveness Shame - Kid is punished harshly for accidents Doubt - Kid is over protected Too much: - Compulsiveness – need to check, recheck; everything must be done to perfection Initiative vs. Guilt Initiative - Kid is encouraged to voice their opinion and have ideas - Virtue of purpose - Self-starters, leaders Too much: - Ruthlessness- don’t care who they step on to get what they want Guilt - Kid is put down for their ideas - Critical parents Too much: - Inhibition- don’t put self out there afraid to have an opinion Industry vs. Inferiority Industry - Production - Kid is encouraged to produce/ create things - Virtue of competence - Feel able to perform tasks - Feel successful Too much: - Narrow virtuosity- kid not allowed to be a “child” - Child actors, athletes, musicians Inferiority - Kid told they cannot do things correctly Too much: - Inertia - Do nothing - Give up on sports, math, dating, hobbies - “if at first you don’t succeed, never try again”
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