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  • 1. Annicka Chretien and Katherine Dendtler
    Eric Erikson
  • 2. Erik Erikson developed a theory of personal and social development based on the influence of the environment
    He saw development of the emotional self and the consequent sense of identity as being inextricably linked to the environment of birth
    He saw life as a series of 8 stages;
    Erik Erikson
  • 3. Infant develops sense of trust depending on relationship with mother
    Stage 1: Trust or MistrustAge- 0-1
  • 4. Childs level of confidence depends on level of freedom given, to much control will lead to self doubt
    Stage 2: Self-confidence or self-doubtAge: 2-3
  • 5. Child develops language and imagination, encouragement creates positive self image and being put down creates negative self image
    Stage 3: Positive or negative self imageAge: 4-5
  • 6. Child begins to have close relationship with teachers
    STAGE 4: INDUSTRY OR INFERIORITYage: 6-11
  • 7. Peers are influences, acceptance leads to security, while rejection leads to low self-esteem
    Stage 5: identity or confusionage: 12-18
  • 8. Development of need for strong relationship
    Stage 6: intimacy or isolationage: young adult
  • 9. Development of relationship with wider society
    Stage 7: other centeredness or self-centerednessage: middle age
  • 10. Feel sense of accomplishment or despair
    Stage 8: success or failure age: elderly years
  • 11. Erikson played great emphasis on children’s relationships with others such as teachers and peers
    He showed that they need to have positive reinforcements to allow for a positive self image
    Views and teaching on child’s development