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By: Leighana Jagow 1902-1994.  Born in Frankfurt, Germany on June 15 th, 1902  Karla Abrahamsen raised him alone for the first three years of his life.

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1 By: Leighana Jagow

2  Born in Frankfurt, Germany on June 15 th, 1902  Karla Abrahamsen raised him alone for the first three years of his life  Tall, blond, blue-eyed boy who was Jewish  Know as Erik Homberger during his childhood and his early adulthood  Immigrated to the United States in 1933

3  Focused on being an artist during high school  1938-began his first studies of cultural influences on psychological development  Had a special interest in the influence of society and culture on child development  Studied groups of American Indian Children

4  Married Joan Serson and had three children  Taught at Yale and at the University of California at Berkeley  1950-wrote Childhood and Society  Taught at a clinic in Massachusetts for ten years and ten more years at Harvard  Retired in 1970  Died in 1994

5  Also known as the Oral Sensory Stage  Big emphasis on visual contact and touch  Most significant relationship is with the maternal parent  Major emphasis on the mother’s positive and loving care for the child

6  Learn to master skill for ourselves  Opportunity to build self-esteem and autonomy  Gain more control over our bodies and acquire new skills  Can be very vulnerable  Most significant relationship are with the parents

7  Experience desire to copy the adults around us  Take initiative in creating play situations  May up stories  At this stage we usually become involved in the classis “Oedipal struggle”  Resolve this struggle through “social role identification”  Most significant relationship is with the family

8  Often called Latency  Capable of learning, creating, and accomplishing numerous new skills and knowledge  Very social stage of development  The world expands a bit  Most significant relationship is with the school and neighborhood  Parents are no longer complete authorities

9  Development mostly depends upon what is done to us  Life getting more complex  Find our own identity, struggle with social interactions and grapple with moral issues  Task is to discover who we are as an individual  Moratorium- the process where adolescence go into a period of withdrawing from responsibilities  Establish a philosophy of life  Most significant relationship is with our peer groups

10  Initial stage of being an adult  Try to find mutually satisfying relationships  Begin to start a family  Negotiating this stage is successful, we can experience intimacy on a deep level  If not successful, isolation and distance from others may occur  Significant relationship is with our marital partners and friends

11  Work is most crucial  When we tend to be occupied with creative and meaningful work  Transmit values of culture through the family  Working on establishing a stable environment  Generativity-strength through care of other and production of something that contributes to a betterment of society  Fear inactivity and meaninglessness  Significant relationship within the workplace, the community and famiily

12  Recovering from much of life  Integrity-able to look back on our lives with happiness and are content, feeling fulfilled with a deep sense that life has meaning and have made a contribution to life  Strength comes from wisdom  May fear death as they struggle to find a purpose in their lives and feel despair  Significant relationship is with all of mankind-”my-kind”

13 Stage (Age)Psychologic al Crisis Significant Relations Psychosocial Modalities Psychosocial Virtues I (0-1)-InfantTrust vs. mistrust MotherTo get, to give in return Hope, faith II (2-3)- Toddler Autonomy vs. shame and doubt ParentsTo hold on, to let go Will, determination III (3-6- Preschooler Initiative vs. guilt FamilyTo go after, to play Purpose, courage IV (7-12(- School-age Child Industry vs. inferiority Neighborhood and school To complete, to make things together Competence V(12-18)- Adolescence Ego-identity vs. role- confusion Peer groups, role models To be oneself, to share oneself Fidelity, loyalty VI (the 20’s)- Young Adult Intimacy vs. isolation Partners, friends To lose and find oneself in another love VII (late 20’s to 50’s)- middle adult Generativity vs. self- absorption Household, workmates To make be, to take care of care VIII (50’s and beyond)-Old adult Integrity vs. despair Mankind or “my kind” To be, through having been, to face not being Wisdom

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15  Enrich Your Life and Your Relationships- option=com_content&view=article&id=47&Ite mid=108/Erikson.html  Personality theories- ml  Bio.True Story- erikson-37751

16  Brief Biography of Erik Erikson- on.htm  Enrich you life and you relationships- option=com_content&view=article&id=47&Ite mid=108/Erikson.html 


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