Erikson's stages of psychosocial development

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    deviant behaviors related to Kohlberg’s theory of moral development; for example, the creature kills to get back at his creator, searches for love, and gradually moves through different stages of Kohlberg’s theory of moral development. The first level in Kohlberg’s theory is the preconvention level. In this level you abide by rules and rewards in order to learn right from wrong. In an article call Lawrence Kohlberg’s stages of moral development, it states “Behavior is determined by…

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    Analyzing Piaget's Theory

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    Piaget, a man of the high regard in the developmental word. He devoted his life to studying how children grow and develop. In what stages different habits and traits are expressed and what to call these stages. Piaget’s theory is that a child develops by learning through their environment, and once they meet the max of one stage they directly move to the next. To test these (however biased the test were) he came up with a series of experiments to show. I ran these test and here are my findings.…

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    understanding the reasoning behind the ways of our legal system. Biological arguments supported by research on brain development will first be used to defend the incompetence of children regarding criminal actions. Next, cognitive arguments, as present by Piaget, will be discussed in relation to the restrictions of cognition displayed by young children. Finally, incomplete emotional development arguments will be identified. Biological Arguments Although the brain develops rapidly from birth to…

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    It was his observations of his daughter and nephew that heavily influenced his conception of this stage. At this point in development, a child's intelligence consists of their basic motor and sensory explorations of the world. • The Preoperational Stage: (Occurs from 2-7 years of age) At this stage, kids gain knowledge through pretend play but still struggle with logic and taking the point of view of other people. They also often struggle with understanding…

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    basketball captain, and taken the stage. Unfortunately, Mr. Bolton has passed away from a heart-attack at the age of eighty-eight. For this segment, we will discuss the road map of Bolton’s success of his life using Kohlberg’s three levels and six stages of moral reasoning. In the first level, known as the Preconventional morality, he has experienced stages one and two, which are 1. Punishment-avoidance and obedience, and obedience, and 2. Exchange of favors. In stage one, people will make…

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    during those stages, they do not shape children ideas as much as their own experience, discoveries and direct interaction with the environment. Moreover, observing actions of infants, Piaget focused not on the age of infants, who shows a particular behavior, but on the order in which this behavior progresses. “ He is concerned with the process or sequence in which new behavior patterns or stages appear, which he believes to be invariant and universal in cognitive development Sensorimotor stage,…

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    psychologists supported Piaget's theory of cognitive development in children and also helped in influencing the ideas in the area of developmental psychology as a subject. He also was able to change the way people looked at a child's world and how to use the various methods of studying their children. Piaget was also a huge inspiration to many people and they used his ideas to establish many studies that helped in increasing the understanding of cognitive development among children. His ideas…

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    Cognitive theories have a multitude of sub-theories that typically explore motivation, decision making and other internal processes. Some of these sub theories include Piaget’s Theory of Cognitive Development, Theories of Intelligence and Cognitive Dissonance Theory. (Cherry, "Psychology Theories (Cognitive, Behavioral & More)”). While all of these theories cover different aspects of an individual’s cognition, Cognitive Dissonance is a theory that underscore’s…

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    Identifying Developmental Characteristics The legal traditions in our country has, on all occasions, regarded between adults and children when it comes to distinctions in characteristics in development. As we take a look at the accounts of a child’s social scientific capacities we will be able to distinguish the proper treatment for a child, under the age of six years old, versus the treatment of an adult. The focus of the rights of a child will be analyzed and reflected in the theory…

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    As the levels increase, the stages become increasingly complex. The stages are used to understand students underlying level of moral development. Since I have known Destiny for a while now, I believe that she is at the conventional stage, as most teenagers are. At the conventional stage, it is more about pleasing others rather than actually adopting their own perspective on what is right or wrong. Sometimes I can see the preconventional stage come out when talking to her or asking her…

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