Presentation on theme: "Developmental Models EQ: Compare and contrast the developmental models of Freud, Piaget, Erikson and Kohlberg."— Presentation transcript:
1Developmental ModelsEQ: Compare and contrast the developmental models of Freud, Piaget, Erikson and Kohlberg.
2Relation to Georgia Standards *SSPBC3: Describe behavioral, social, and cognitive changes from the prenatal period throughout the life span.a. Chart physical changes of a human being from conception through late adulthood.b. Explain the developmental models of Freud, Piaget, Kohlberg, and Erikson.d. Describe the role of critical periods in development
3Freud and the Psychosexual Stages *Freud emphasized the role of sexuality in development.*Remember, he viewed humans as nothing more than animals!
4Piaget and Cognitive Development Piaget wanted to know how the human mind developed cognitively!What is cognition?How was Piaget different from Freud?How was Piaget similar to Freud?
5Lawrence KohlbergAmerican psychologist who expanded on the research of Piaget.He wanted to research moral development of humans throughout a lifespan.Held that moral reasoning is the basis of all ethical behavior.
66 Stages of Moral Development Kohlberg divided this process of moral development into 6 steps.These six steps can generally be labeled into 3 levels with 2 stages each, somewhat like a ladder.How is this similar to Freud and Piaget? How is it different?
7Erik Erickson Developmental psychologist and psychoanalysist Known for theory of social development.Coined the phrase “identity crisis”.
8Erikson’s Stages of Social Development According to Erikson, each stage of life is characterized by a particular conflict.Successfully overcoming that conflict would result in proper social development.How does this compare to Freud, Piaget and Kohlberg? How is it different?
9Ticket out the DoorUpon completion of the WebQuest, students will complete a 3-ring Venn Diagram comparing and contrasting 3 of the Developmental models (You Choose which ones!)This will be taken up for a grade!