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What developmental stage of Erikson's theory is a mature adult in?
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Ego integrity vs. despair
In the Autonomy vs. Shame & Doubt stage of Erikson's theory, what happens if the person is successful?
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Self-control and will power is possible
In the Initiative vs. Guilt stage of Erikson's theory, what happens if the person is successful?
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Direction and purpose is achieved
In the Industry vs. Inferiority stage of Erikson's theory, what happens if the person is successful?
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Method and competence are possible
In the Identity vs. role diffusion stage of Erikson's theory, what happens if the person is successful?
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Devotion and fidelity are possible
In the Generativity vs. Stagnation stage of Erikson's theory, what happens if the person is successful?
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Productivity and caring are possible
In the Ego integrity vs. despair stage of Erikson's theory, what happens if the person is successful?
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Renunciation and wisdom are possible
In the Intimacy vs. Isolation stage of Erikson's theory, what happens if the person is successful?
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Affiliation and love with another is possible
Who is considered one of the most influential people in child psychology?
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Jean Piaget
_______ believed that cognitive growth was like embryologic growth, it became more and more differentiated over time.
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Jean Piaget
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What period of intellectual development (Piaget) is a child from birth to age two in?
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The sensorimotor period
What period of intellectual development (Piaget) is a child from age 2-7 in?
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The preoperational period
What period of intellectual development (Piaget) is a child from 7-11 in?
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Concrete operations
What period of intellectual development (Piaget) is a child from 11 through the end of adolescence in?
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Formal Operations
_________ is a period of intellectual development described by Piaget as an understanding of the world via the overt, physical action on that world. Concepts like space, time, causality and object permanence are learned.
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Sensorimotor Period
_________ is a period of intellectual development described by Piaget as an understanding of symbols to represent objects, and use of the symbols in an increasingly organized and logical fashion.
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Preoperational period
_________ is a period of intellectual development characterized by deferred imitation, symbolic play, graphic imagery, mental imagery and language. The person is egocentric, rigid in thought and has limited social cognition.
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Preoperational period
_________ is a period of intellectual development described by Piaget as an understanding of conservation.
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Concrete operations
_________ is a period of intellectual development characterized by hypothetical, deductive thinking.
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Formal Operations
___________ was a theorist that believed most development models were male-centered and not appropriate for girls and women.
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Carol Gilligan
What did Carol Gilligan believe that female development was dependent on?
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