Ericson's Eight Stages Of Psychosocial Development

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Erickson Stages Of Psychosocial Development. Erick or Erickson was a best and well known for his famous theory of physoco-social development. He was born on the 15 june in 1902 in Frankfurt, Germany and passed away on 12th may in 1994.Thus, this essay will briefly discuss the Ericson’s eight stages of psychosocial development, and how it relate to individual and describes the experiences at different stages have been encounter so far, also to state the strength uncounted and identify the development needs may have been neglected at each stage, to state how the social and the cultural factors has shaped individual especially myself in development so far, and to describe how one can develop as a better individual considering to strengths and weakness. First and foremost the eight stages of psychosocial development are Trust verse Mistrust it occurs through infancy from birth to eighteen months.In due to this stage babies must learn to trust more on their parents or caregiver on things needed to make them feel comfortable at all times. The second stage are Autonomy verse shame and Doubt starts in toddler age from eighteen months to three years. A Child discover many things feed themselves and do things on own will with the supervision of parents. At sometimes shame arouse their feelings and doubt their abilities on what they did. As for the third stage Initiative verse Guilty begins from preschool age from three to five years old. The children are very intelligent and
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