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Erikson's 8 Stages: Industry Vs Inferiority

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by Michael Taylor on 28 November 2012

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Transcript of Erikson's 8 Stages: Industry Vs Inferiority

Industry vs. Inferiority Industry Vs Inferiority Erikson's fourth stage of psychosocial development Industry! Takes place during ages 6-12 The stage is shaped by academic work and organized play; Helps with learning important social skills If the child is encouraged by his parents, teachers, and peers, he will develop a sense of industry Industrious children will be able to plan and then carry out plans, and will feel more confident when faced with challenges Organized play contributes to the development of industry in a major way Inferiority. There are some risks involved in developing too much industry. The child may be focused too much on practical tasks and not focus on social skills. Child prodigies usually succomb to this. Children who don't develop a sense of industry will succomb to inferiority They will struggle with tasks because they feel as if they can't succeed. If the child recieves too little encouragement from teachers, peers, and parents will cause a feeling of inferiority ...which can lead to a downward spiral, wherein the individual doesn't develop social skills well, feel as if they can't accomplish things, and, overall, feel as if they "aren't good enough" in life.
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