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Jean Piaget and Erik Erikson

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Jessica Muroski

on 25 February 2014

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Transcript of Jean Piaget and Erik Erikson

Erik
Erikson
8 Psychosocial
Stages of
Development
Jean Piaget
4 Cognitive
Stages of
Development


Stage 1
Sensorimotor: Birth-Age 2
The infant knows the world through their movements and sensations.
Learning occurs through assimilation and accommodation.
Object permanence-things continue to exist even though they cannot be seen

Jean Piaget and Erik Erikson
Stage 2
Pre-Operational: Ages 2-7
Children begin to think symbolically and learn to use words and pictures to represent objects.
Egocentricity -Self centered and only use their point of view
Able to handle simple tasks with ONE focus

Stage 3
Concrete Operational: Ages 7-11
Children begin to thinking logically about experiences.
Begin to understand the concept of conservation.
Thinking becomes more organized.

Stage 4
Formal Operations: Ages 11-16
Begins to think abstractly and reason about hypothetical problems.
Strong sense of right and wrong
Begin to think more about moral, philosophical, ethical, social, and political issues.

1. Infant:
Trust Vs. Mistrust

Birth to 18 Months

Infants develop trust that their wants/ needs will be satisfied

If parents are not attentive to child's wants/needs infant will learn to mistrust
2. Toddler
Autonomy Vs. Shame & Guilt

2-3 Years

Child does not want to be told what to do

Tries to assert him/herself

Develops personal control over physical skills

Shows independence
3. Pre-Schooler:
Initiative Vs. Guilt

3-5 Years
Initiates motor and intellectual activity
Development with a sense of purpose
Begin to show humor and empathy
4. Grade-Schooler:
Industry Vs. Inferiority

6-11 Years

Child enters school and learns to cope with social and academic demands

Works to acquire adult skills and complete tasks
5. Teenager:
Identity Vs. Role Confusion

11-21 Years

Sense of self and personal identity

Preoccupation with appearances

Logical and visual perception merge

Sexual experimentation

Develop own morality and ethics
6. Young Adult:
Intimacy Vs. Isolation

21-40 Years

Also known as early adulthood

Form complex, intimate and loving relationships with others
7. Middle Aged Adult:
Generativity Vs. Stagnation

40-65 Years

Comes to terms with accomplishments--professionally and personally

Create or nurture things that will outlast them

Development of altruism or creativity
8. Older Adult:
Integrity Vs. Despair

Over age 65

Sense of satisfaction with one’s life vs. despair over an inability to achieve your goals

Sense of fulfillment
By: Jessica & Katherine
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