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    with a secondary high school production, I worked on the play Engaged and also briefly on Trojan Women, both from Maple Mountain High School with directors Bradley and Shawnda Moss. I was eager to begin, and I was asked to be a part of the stage crew. Before the stage crew was required to attend practice, I headed up some of the set work. During the first cast practices that I attended, I worked in the prop room painting panels that sat behind audience members. As this production was performed in a

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    These stages are the same for all children. Each development stage is dependent on a previous stage. However the progression of a child varies in age due to differences in the environment and therefore differences in maturation. The Piaget’s stages of development are the sensorimotor stage, the preoperational stage, the concrete operations stage and the formal operations stage. The first three stages occur during early childhood and early school age years. The final stage occurs from junior

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    Psychosexual Development Stage Psychosexual development stage is one of Freud’s major contribution to the Psychology field. Some of the concepts were based on his earlier study- the division of mental life into id, ego, and superego. In Freud’s psychosexual theory, each stage represents the fixation of libido (Instinct energy contain in Id). A particular conflict is existed in each stage of the psychosexual theory. One may have to resolve the conflict in order to pass on to another stage. Ego and superego

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    Freud’s Stages of Psychosexual Development Introduction The theory of psychosexual development was proposed by the famous psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud and described how personality developed over the course of childhood In 1905, Freud published ‘Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality’. He broadened the definition of sexuality to include forms of pleasure that go beyond genital sexuality that established a developmental theory of childhood sexuality delineating the pathways of erotic activity from

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    FREUD’S PSYCHOSEXUAL STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT: ANAL STAGE Sigmund Freud who known as the father of psychoanalysis. “Psychoanaysis is a set of psychological and psychotherapeutic theories and associated techniques” . In psychoanaysis there are many theories about human mental development and personality theory also. Studies of Freud came from human mind and according to him human mind become of 3 part ; conscious and unconscious pre-conscious. The conscious is the foundation of human

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    development. He created four stages of cognitive development. The four stages are the sensorimotor stage, the preoperational stage, the concrete operational stage, and the formal operational stage. The sensorimotor stage is the infancy stage. The infants in this stage are learning about the world and realizing that if they do something then something around them changes (cause/effect). The second stage is the preoperational stage, which is the ages two to seven years, this stage is when they are learning

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    eight Psychosocial stages which is also part of the psychoanalytic perspective Freud is known for his five stages that focus on the development of life with each stage

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    four main stages that children go through in their development. The stages for development are the sensorimotor, the preoperational stage, the concrete operational stages, and the formal operational stage. The Sensorimotor Stage occurs from birth to two years old. In this stage babies and toddlers use sensory stimulation to learn. The sensory and motor skills and perceptions are what determine a baby’s intelligence. Piaget says that “object permanence” should be learned when in this stage. Object permanence

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    throughout his stages. Humans undergo many changes such as behavioral, biological, and cognitive. In each stage kids go through development stages to help them create their personalities and actually know the person they are growing up to be. These stages go into details with learning new things whether we are ready for it or not. Each stage explains the positive and negative attitude for each individual; however we attend to learn from every stage to become the person we are today. These stages take us

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    allowing them to gain knowledge about their world. This is the basis of Jean Piaget’s stage development theory, a theory focused on the cognitive development ranging from infants all the way through to adulthood. Jean Piaget did a massive amount of research and studies on cognitive development, and concluded that there are four stages every human must progress through in order to grow cognitively. The four stages are the

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    Jean Piaget Stages

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    children develop in stages, and while a child may show signs of more than one stage at a time, they pass through stages none the less, and in these stages, lie changes in the child’s brain. The child will develop by two processes: assimilation, or accommodation, sometimes a mixture of the two. Lev Vygotsky is another man who studied children. Through his studies,

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    The first stage of Erikson’s developmental tasks is trust vs. mistrust which usually occurs about the first year of age. This is the stage in which an infant either is cared for and loved and has trust in their caregiver or is neglected and uncared for which leads to mistrust. If they can trust they will be able to feel secure in their future relationships because they will assume there is a source of love and support. Mistrust in this stage will lead to anxiety and fear in future relationships.

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    Erickson developed the first true life-span theory of human development which breaks down the processes of development into 8 stages. Erickson was an artist and teacher that was influenced by Freud. His attention then became entirely focused on children and the development of them. Ericksons psychosocial theory has had an impact on the developmental process because it covers the development on the whole life-span. According to Erickson (1950) psychological development results from the interaction

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    Attachment is, according to Ainsworth, 1973; Bowlby, 1969, “a deep and enduring emotional bond that connects one person to another across time and space”. What are the stages of development? Development starts as early as the fertilization of the egg of the mother and the sperm of the father, this is called “The Prenatal Stage”. The zygote divides through a process called mitosis where two cells become four, etc.; lasting for around four days. The second period lasts for two weeks, the zygote is

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    occur due to the hormones. ADOLESCENCE: Adolescence is the period of human growth and development that occurs between childhood and adolescence. Adolescence starts at the age of 10 and ends around age at 21. It can be further divided in to three stages: early adolescence, middle adolescence and late adolescence. PHASE OF PUBERTY IN BOYS AND GIRLS: Puberty is the most difficult time period for both girls and boys physically and emotionally. Puberty can be a hard time for boys and girls. They

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    his theory on the psychosexual stages McLeod (2008), states that in 1905 Freud proposed the psychological development in childhood takes place in a series of fixed stages, the reason why it is called psychosexual stages is because each stage represents the fixation of libido on a different area of the body (McLeod, Psychosexual: Simple Psychology, 2008). Freud stressed that the first five year of life are crucial to the formation of adult personality, if each stages are not controlled properly it

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    The bonding between a mother and her child is a very important stage in the child’s life as it has an effect on the development and structure of the child’s brain (Earhart, 2015). When a child is held, cuddled or even spoken to it stimulates brain growth which promotes emotional development. Being breastfed and kept

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    Bc130401185 The four stages of cognitive development as proposed by Piaget are as follows. 1. The Sensorimotor Stage: (Ages: Birth to 2 Years) When a baby is born, he or she starts developing both physically and cognitively. Physical skills include crawling, grasping, and pulling, as well as general physical growth. However, as babies develop cognitive skills, they start thinking about their behaviors and reacting to different stimuli such as noises, movement, and emotions. This is what defines

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    Freud. Erikson’s theory of psycho-social development was first brought forward by him in his most influential book, Children and Society where he divided the human life cycle into eight different stages of psycho-social development. These eight stages shall be discussed in the following essay The first stage is “Trust vs. Mistrust” whereby infants, usually infants between the ages of new born and eighteen months of age must learn to trust the affection that is offered to them by their parents, as well

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    Erik Erikson was a stage theorist that emphasized on psychosocial development. His theory is the expansion of the Freud’s psychosexual theory. Erikson claimed that the development of the personality is based on the eight stages of lifespan model of development which he proposed. The eight stages of the lifespan model of development consist of “Trust vs Mistrust”, “Autonomy vs Shame”, “Initiative vs Guilt”, “Industry vs Inferiority”, “Identity vs Role Confusion”, “Intimacy vs Isolation”, Generativity

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