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Developmental Theory
Attempts to describe change over time in relative proportion to the influence of experience in learned behavior
Erik Erikson
His psychosocial theory related developmental stages to a series of life tasks, or crises that need to be resolved
Abraham H. Maslow
Theorist who developed a theory of hierarchy of needs, from the most basic physiologic needs to self-actualization
Self-actualization
The need to become all that one can be
Lawrence Kohlberg
He was specifically concerned with the development of higher-level behaviors of morality and social conciousness with three levels of moral thinking