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Erikson’s First Four Stages

Erikson’s First Four Stages

Erikson’s First Four Stages. Trust versus mistrust - first stage of personality development in which the infant’s basic sense of trust or mistrust develops as a result of consistent or inconsistent care.

By benjamin
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Early Adulthood

Early Adulthood

Early Adulthood. Cognitive Development. Piaget’s Formal Operation stage Postformal thought Perry’s theory-dualistic thinking-dividing information Relativistic thinking-not absolute truth but multiple truths. Schaie’s theory.

By emily
(523 views)

Relationships, Relationships, Relationships

Relationships, Relationships, Relationships

Relationships, Relationships, Relationships. Why do we get into relationships?. Circumstance Choice Convenience Appearance Similarity Complimentarity. Reciprocity Competency Proximity Disclosure (204) Power Intimacy (189). Mark Knapp—The Process of a Relationship (Page 194). Bonding.

By oral
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Erikson’s Psychosocial Stages

Erikson’s Psychosocial Stages

Erikson’s Psychosocial Stages. Trust vs. mistrust Autonomy vs. shame and doubt Initiative vs. guilt Competence (industry) vs. inferiority Identity vs. role confusion Intimacy vs. isolation Generativity vs. stagnation (Ego) Integrity vs. despair.

By roger
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Definition: Privacy

Definition: Privacy

Definition: Privacy. Psychology: Selective access to oneself or one’s group. Legal: The right to be left alone What is the difference between privacy and secrecy ? Both are concerned with boundaries and restricted access. A. Westin: Typology of Privacy. Solitude Intimacy Anonymity

By milagro
(504 views)

Which Theory Best Explains Human Behavior?

Which Theory Best Explains Human Behavior?

Which Theory Best Explains Human Behavior?. Psychoanalytic Theory? Humanistic Theory? Eastern and Native Cultures? Behavior Theory? Social Learning Theory? Trait/Type Theory?. Psychoanalytic Theory. Freud asserts we are motivated by psychosexual forces

By booth
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Mental Illness and Dementia in intimate late life relationships

Mental Illness and Dementia in intimate late life relationships

Mental Illness and Dementia in intimate late life relationships. Gerontology 410 Jan/2008. Intimacy. Definition-close association and contact of a personal and private nature-marital, family, friends.

By damon
(125 views)

After ‘Experience Design’

After ‘Experience Design’

After ‘Experience Design’. Presented by Andrew Zolli GEL 2003. BRANDS = EXPERIENCES = CULTURE. No Logo vs. Pro Logo vs. Whoa! Logo!. “They’re a blight on the neighborhood!”. “They’re taking over!”. “We Hate Starbucks!”. “They put the local place out of business.”.

By luna
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SOCIAL AND PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT IN EARLY ADULTHOOD

SOCIAL AND PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT IN EARLY ADULTHOOD

SOCIAL AND PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT IN EARLY ADULTHOOD. Seasons of Life Video - Early Adulthood. Please watch the video via the link above. The link is in aqua. Table 14-1. What makes young adults happy?. Happiest memories = psychological needs rather than material needs satisfied

By mauli
(483 views)

Identity development in adolescence

Identity development in adolescence

Identity development in adolescence. Achieving a sense of self. Erik Erikson. Influenced by Freud’s psychodynamic theory of development Viewed social influence as more important than sexual impulses 8 stages of development. Basics of Erikson’s theory. Physical maturation

By precious
(105 views)

Sacraments: Chapter 4

Sacraments: Chapter 4

Sacraments: Chapter 4. Worshiping in Word, in Act, and in Silence. Major Concepts: A. Finding Sacred Time and Space Prayer is a whole hearted faith response to God, who loves us without conditions and is with us in every moment of our life. All living can be praying.

By hume
(90 views)

Whoever Was Using this Bed

Whoever Was Using this Bed

Whoever Was Using this Bed. Team Door. Theme/Plot. Theme : Importance of accepting decisions regarding life and death The exasperating effects of an open communication Plot

By kaida
(123 views)

Inter-Act , 13 th Edition

Inter-Act , 13 th Edition

Inter-Act , 13 th Edition. Ch 13:Intimate Relationships. Chapter Objectives:. Describe the characteristics of intimate conversations and relationships Discuss the aspects of parental communication, including dimensions, types of attachment, and parenting styles

By topaz
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Fight Club and Queer Theory

Fight Club and Queer Theory

Fight Club and Queer Theory. Objective – Understand how to interpret Fight Club as a ‘Queer’ film. What is Queer Theory?. ‘Queer’ Theory is the academic term for any analysis of texts / films which uncovers a homosexual or lesbian interpretation of that text / film.

By hedwig
(312 views)

THEORIES OF MOTIVATION

THEORIES OF MOTIVATION

THEORIES OF MOTIVATION. The motivation of employees is influence by job satisfaction. Job satisfaction - is the degree to which employees are satisfied with their jobs. THEORIES OF MOTIVATION. Hawthorne Studies Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Herzberg’s Job Satisfaction

By tracen
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The Emergence of Developmental Guidance & Counseling

The Emergence of Developmental Guidance & Counseling

The Emergence of Developmental Guidance & Counseling . The Early Theorists. Sigmund Freud Alfred Adler Jean Piaget Robert Havighurst Arnold Gesell Lawrence Kohlberg Erik Erickson. Jean Piaget. Sensorimotor 0-2 years Preoperational 2-7 years Concrete Operations 7-12 years

By vaughn
(165 views)

ECONOMICS

ECONOMICS

ECONOMICS . What does it mean to me?. Part II: Scarcity Opportunity cost Supply & demand. The essential question in Economics is: Scarcity. Scarcity:. Insufficient supply of something where “insufficient” is interpreted relative to the desires of a group of people.

By trey
(94 views)

Intimacy

Intimacy

Intimacy. Define Intimacy. Intimacy= emotional closeness. What causes us to feel close to someone in any relationship (brother, sister, pets, parents, friends)? What do we do together that makes us feel close?

By lavina
(258 views)

The Piano The Awakening of Women’s Subjectivity

The Piano The Awakening of Women’s Subjectivity

The Piano The Awakening of Women’s Subjectivity. Alice, Christine, Claire, Denise, Julia, Rose, Tina. Outline . Main Argument Plot Summary Background Information i. Women’s status in 19th century ii. Family relationship

By lam
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Motives

Motives

Motives. Basic Concepts Henry Murray Abraham Maslow Carl Rogers. Basic Concepts. What drives people to do the things they do ? ______________________________________________________ Motive: Internal state that arouses and directs behavior toward a specific object or goal.

By kineks
(399 views)

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