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Copy of Cinderella Psychoanalysis

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Transcript of Copy of Cinderella Psychoanalysis

Harlow and Cinderella Cinderella according to Erikson Cinderella Psychoanalysis Cinderella according to Piaget Kolberg's Morality for Cinderella Pre Conventional Morality: When Cinderella was young she did as she was told and did not ask questions because she did not want to be punished, which is what people in the pre conventional stage of morality do.
Conventional Morality: By the time she reached the conventional stage, she was so used to her treatment that she just continued to work for her stepmother.
Post Conventional Morality: When she reached this stage she defied her stepmother by going to the ball even though she could have been punished for it. Future and Adolescence of Cinderella Cinderella never developed secure attachment with a mother or any parent figure, because her mother died and her remaining family ignored her physical attention needs.
She was never held close she was only fed.
She did have the basic food need covered, but because she was never shown affection, except by her mother at a very early age, she developed insecure attachment.
Infancy: In the beginning, she had a loving mother, but that mother died so young that Cinderella developed mistrust because the only people she was left with were her neglectful step siblings and mother.
Toddlerhood: Cinderella developed shame because her stepmother would scold her for everything no matter what.
Preschooler: When she was a young child she had guilt because she was never told whether her actions were good or bad.
Elementary School: In her young life she never went to school, did not have a chance to prove herself, and was constantly berated by her step family. She developed inferiority.
Adolescence: As an adolescent Cinderella formed an identity because she knew that even though she was socially below her family members, she had the potential to get away from that life.
Young Adulthood: As a young adult she went to the ball and met the prince. She fell in love easily because the lack of attention she received as a child made her crave intimacy.
Middle Adulthood: In her middle adulthood she was happily married and had a family that loved her. This means she was able to develop generativity.
Late Adulthood: Cinderella was content with the life she has led despite being neglected as a child. She ended her life with integrity. Sensorimotor: As a child she would have had old toys to play with that her sisters passed on. She never had a strong parent figure so her stranger anxiety would not be as strong as most children with loving parents.
Pre Operational: Cinderella used imaginative play because she was alone for long periods of time during the day while she worked. Her language development would not be terrible because she listened to the rest of the family talk.
Concrete Operational: She never went to school so grasping these tasks would have been more difficult, but not impossible. It took her longer because she had to teach herself.
Formal Operational: As she grew older, she thought about how wrongly she had been treated. She was able to think hypothetically about how to change her life. Self-Concept

Cinderella formed a negative self concept as she grew up because she only had her stepsisters to compare herself to and they had more than her and therefore she felt that she was worth less than them. Not only did they have more material goods, they were also shown love that she did not recieve.
Cinderella saw herself as inferior, but as she grew older and was able to think abstractly, she could see that her family was abusive and she should take a chance to change that, by going to the ball. Parent and Peer Influence
Her mother died young and the only parent figure that was ever around was her step mother. Her step mother did not nurture her in a positive way, which means she didn't have a positive parent figure.
Cinderella did have her fairy god mother but she did not meet her until young adulthood. Her fairy godmother provided a loving figure who helped her and influenced her positively.
Adulthood
Cinderella found love in young adulthood and therefore for the rest of her life she was fulfilled and more satisfied with life.
She became queen in her middle adulthood, but as she grows older her brain will increase in plasticity and allow her to think more in depth about the issues that face her kingdom.
She will have a somewhat positive outlook on death, having led a happy life after she went to the ball.
Adolescence
She formed an identity, but it was not due to her family being kind to her, it was the result of their cruelty. She formed an identity that allowed her to rebel against them and go to the ball.
Cinderella did not have a normal adolescence because she had no close friends. She was lonely, but her suffering helped form her beliefs. The End
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