Piaget's Theory Of Intelligence And Personality

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Intelligence and personality are two integral components involved in psychological development. This is third stage of Piaget theory that can be examined according to concrete stages. (Charles H. Zastrow, 2015) The theories that I choose to best describe my Psychosocial Development as a child and even as an adult are Piaget’s third stage. Vygotsky, believed that social interaction played a critical role in children 's learning, while Erikson’s first stage, and trust verses. Mistrust, occurs from approximately birth to one year. (Charles H. Zastrow, 2015)
Jean Piaget’s theory is of cognitive development suggests that as children move through four different stages of mental development. (Charles H. Zastrow, 2015) I believe his theories focus
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Looking aback this could be the concrete operational stage where I was more concerned on how people might think and feels. I also believe that in this stage I understand my feelings, thoughts and have a lot of my own opinions such as presuming the reason for my two older siblings getting away with everything was, they resembles my father for this they receive all his attention. Although, we might not thing about these theories, unconsciously we apply them to our daily lives. Vygotsky theory of cognitive development is focused on the role of culture in the development of higher mental functions, such as speech and reasoning in children. His theory is occasionally referred to as having a sociocultural perspective, which means the theory emphasizes the importance of society and culture for promoting cognitive development. Eric Erikson’s theory Erikson’s theory describes eight distinct stages of development. In each stage people face new challenges the outcome depends on how people handle these challenges. Erikson named the stages according to the possible outcomes. He also believed that personality development happens over the entire course of a person’s …show more content…
If that is the case, you probably have more confidence in yourself then you think, and instead of hating how they act, why don 't you feel proud of yourself for not feeling as if you need to act the way they do? On the other hand, if you truly do want attention, you have no choice but to be strong and stop labeling them and make the attempt to start a relationship with them, and also with your parents.
Many of our temperament traits are evident at birth. However, other characteristics such as trust, guilt and competency are learned based upon our life experiences and the support we receive as we grow and develop. Based upon his research, Erikson became aware of the influence maturation and social demands have on behavior and ultimately on our development. He believed these two forces humans everywhere through eight psychosocial crises" He organized life into eight stages that extend from birth to

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