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Sexual traumas have been repressed so the child is socialized by parents and school and learns the world free of sexual desires
the latency phase
the latency years are from
6-12 years
The (blank)stage is when sexual desires reawaken and will express "normal" heterosexual desires
Genital stage
The genital stage is at what ages
12-adult
(blank) focuses on non-sexual crisis, or turning points that occur throughout the entire life span
psychosocial theory
Erikson differs from Freud in that he believes that?
personality development cont into adulthood
At age 0-18 months the infant learns that his or her needs will be met
trust vs mistrust
starts to assert independence. If prevented from autonomy by overprotective parents will doubt own skills
Autonomy verses Shame and doubt
age 18-3 years
Industry vs Infeiority
age 6-12 years
learning t carry out tasks from planning to completion. If not can feel irresponsible and guilty
At age 12-18 years is the (blank)stage
Identity vs Identity confusion
The early adult years is what stage
Intimacy vs Isolation
Middle adult years is what stage
Generativity vs stagnation....guiding ones own children or mentoring provides satisfaction
Integrity vs despair
Older years...happy with past choices or guilty and remorsful
This theorist studied men at midlife to older that focused on
achieving a stable life structure in early adulthood etc...careers...
Daniel Levinson
This type of belief views development in discreet stages
behaviorists
The physiologist that discovered classical conditioning is?
Ivan Pavlov
Classical conditioning is best described as
reflex behaviors that occur over time
The "father of behaviorism"
John Watson
This psychologist proposed operant conditioning
B.F. Skinner
Operant conditioning differs from classical in that no (blank) is required
reflex behavior
operant conditioning is best defined as
people or animals are reinforced for certain behaviors ex:good behaviors=rewards...bad behaviors=unpleasant outcomes
define life span development and name the factors included in a comprehensive definition
changes over time across the entire life span...physical growth,cognitive changes,personality,social and emotional transitions
Life span development is?
age graded
multidemensional
history graded
non-normative
This refers to the idea that behavior is largely influenced by biological factors that have developed over time
Ethology