Developmental Theory Of Erikson's Five Stages

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The human life from birth to death can be divided into different stages. The division of human stage in according to the mentality and the idea of normal man is different from the division and the idea of psychologists. The division of human in according to them is really based on our mental and physical analysis.
Among all these psychologist the developmental theory of Erikson plays vital role and stays the as the best theory. And we are all well aware and we even experiencing his human developmental stages, because we can call him as ego-analyst, because he always analysis relationship between individual and the world or the self and the world.
Here in this particular assignment, i am just concentrating some four famous psychologists
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Here Freud described the latency phase as one of relative stability. During the latency phase, since the superego is already present, but the child becomes more organized and principled. The child acquires culturally regarded skills and values. The child has evolved from a baby with primitive drives to a reasonable human being with complex feelings like shame, guilt and disgust. Also the child realizes that his/her wishes and longings for the parent of the opposite sex cannot be fulfilled and will turn away from these …show more content…
Cognitive development involves changes in cognitive process and abilities. In Piaget's view, early cognitive development involves processes based upon actions and later progresses into changes in mental operations
He differentiated the growth of human mentality in four stages (Sensory motor stage, the preoperational stage, the concrete optional stage and the formal operational stage). Among all these stages I have chosen the concrete operational stage the stage which I am experiencing in my classroom (primary class). Student at this point of development begin to think more logically, but their thinking can also be very rigid. They tend to struggle with abstract and hypothetical concepts. At this point, children also become less ego centric and begin to think about how other people might think and feel.
When I absorb this stage into my class students and my school environment, even though they have good idea and opinion and even sometime the extract an answer to my questions they feel a kind of hesitation to express their idea into common. Because they feel that if their answer is wrong others may laugh at them. In such a condition they force themselves to keep quiet. Students in the concrete operational stage also begin to understand that their thoughts are unique to them and that not everyone else necessarily shares their thoughts, feelings, and opinions

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