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Psychosocial and Moral Development

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Transcript of Psychosocial and Moral Development

Psychosocial Development
Erik erikson's
theory focused on the person's developing relationship with other,in each stage, the person confronts, and hopefully masters, new challenges. Each stage builds upon the successful completion of earlier stages. The challenges of stages not successfully completed may be expected to reappear as problems in the future.

Moral Development
Lawrence kohlberg
proposed a theory forcusing moral reasoning. Emergence, change, and understanding of morality from infancy through adulthood. In the field of moral development, morality is defined as principles for how individuals thought to treat one another, with respect to justice, others' welfare, and rights.
Group 4
Marticio,Jay
Montuno,Nerissa
Opena,Daniela
Pegar,Cedrick
Ponce,Melissa



Psychosocial and Moral Development
Period :
Early Infancy 0-18 months

Stages :
Trust vs. Mistrust

Significant Social Relations :
Mother
Discussion
Trust and optimism.Feelings of trust are built on basic physiological needs
Stage 2
Period :
Late Infancy 18 months to 3 years

Stages :
Autonomy vs. Shame and Doubt

Significant Social Relations :
Parents
Discussion
Sense of self-control and adequacy.Development of independence if exploration and freedom are encouraged or shamed if they are not.
Stage 3
Period :
Early Childhood 3-6 years

Stages :
Initiative vs. Guilt

Sinificant Social Relations :
Family
Discussion
Purpose of direction;ability to initiative one's own activities.Child experiences conflict between independence of action and sometimes negative results of that action.
Stage 4
Period :
Middle & Late Childhood 6-12 years

Stages :
Industry vs. inferiority

Significant Social Realation :
School/Neigborhood
Discussion
Competence in intellectual social and skills physical.Child develops positive social interactons with others or may feel inadequate and become less sociable
Stage 5
Period :
Adolescence12-20 years

Stages :
Identity vs. Role Confusion

Significant Social Relation :
Peers










Discussion
An integrated image of oneself as a unique person.Individual seeks to discover his ability,skills,limits and identity.If unsuccessful,he will identity confusion,which results in his low esteem unstable and socially withdrawn.
Stage 6
Period :
Young Adult

Stages :
Intimacy vs. Isolation

Significant Social Relation :
Partner in life
Discussion
Ability to form close and lasting relationships,to make career commitments.Time for developing loving and meaningful relationships.On the negative side,without intimacy a painful feeling or isolation will result and relationships will be impersonal.
Period :
Middle Adulthood

Stage :
Generativity vs. Stagnation

Significant Social Relation :
Divided labor and shared household
Discussion
Concern for family,society,and future generations.The contribution to family,community,work,and society comprise generativity,and feelings of triviality about one's activities indicate the difficulties and lead to stagnation.
Stage 8
Period :
Late Adulthood

Stage :
Integrity vs. Despair

Significant Social Relation :
Mankind,my kind
Discussion
A sense of fulfillment and satisfaction with ones life;willingness to face death.Time for reflecting on and viewing how we met previous challenges and lived our lives.
0-18 months
18 to 3 years
3 - 6 years
6 to 12 years
12 to 20 years
20-40 years
45 to 65 years
65 Older
Level I : PRECONVENTIONAL OR
PRE-MORAL LEVEL
0-7 YEARS
Stage 1 : Punishment Orientation
The physical consequence of an action determines whether it is good or bad.If a child receives punishment he considers his behavior as wrong.He behaves to avoid punishment.
Stage 2 :
Reward Orientation
Child behaves to obtain rewards.If his action is rewarded he perceives his behavior as right.
Level II : CONVENTIONAL LEVEL
7-13 YEARS

Child does what is pleasing and approved by others.
Stage 4
Orientation Towards Authority
Stage 3
Interpersonal Corcordance
Focus is on rules and laws.It is right to do one's duties and show respect for authority
Stage 5
Social Contract Orientation
Correct behavior is based upon what is agreed upon by society.Rightness or wrongness of action depends on the principles generally accepted in the community.
Stage 6
Universal Ethical Principle Orientation
Morality is a function of the conscience.The individual acts according to his own personal principles.
Level III
POST CONVENTIONAL LEVEL
13 ABOVE

QUIZ

PSYCHOSOCIAL AND MORAL

DEVELOPMENT
1-8. What are the different stages of psychosocial development.

9-14. What are the different stages of Moral Stages.

15-16.Who are the author of psychosocial and moral development.
1-8.Early infancy,late infancy,early childhood,middle & late childhood,adolescence,young adult,middle adulthood,late adulthood.
9-14.Punishment orientation,reward orientation,interpersonal concordance,orientation towards authority,social contract orientation,universal ethical principle orientation.
15-16.Lawrence Kohlberg's,Erik erikson.
Stage 1
Stage 7
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