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Erik Erikson 1902-1994. Who is he? Erik Homburger Erikson Psychologist Developmental psychologist Psychoanalyst Psychosocial developer of human beings.

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1 Erik Erikson

2 Who is he? Erik Homburger Erikson Psychologist Developmental psychologist Psychoanalyst Psychosocial developer of human beings.

3 Social Development Dfined as prioritizing human Someone’s basic life characteristics Growth and progression of society. Childhood experience impact on an individual

4 Ideas ● Argues we all face many crises. ● Childhood experiences affect your life ● Humans develop in different stages

5 Vocabulary social dynamics: behavior of groups results from the interactions of individual groups

6 Image/Graphics https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dGFKAfix HJs

7 Conclusion Researched human development different levels of growth different ages = different reactions

8 Arguement ● We all face many crises ● We grow from infancy to old age ● We all mature As we grow old people expect more from us

9 CHART

10 FACTS viewer/discover of human development discovered how human growth changed over years. growth stops when you die

11 Opinions within the group Cassidy Whitney Darian Milliken Robert Conner His theories connect exactly with how the human actually develops. His thoughts & theories set the stepping stone for many people today..His theory was reasonable and I feel as if it is the easiest theory to rationalize with.

12 SOURCES Book Understanding Phychology,The McGraw-hill companies,Inc,2008, Chapter 3/infancy and childhood. Websites


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