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Jon & Dallin's Stages of Human Development

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  • The Stages of Life By: Dallin and Jon
    • Life Stage Developmental Task
    • Infancy (birth to 2 years) Social attachment. Maturation of sensory, perceptual, and motor functions.
    • Sensor motor intelligence and primitive causality.
    • Understanding the nature of objects and creating categories Emotional development.
    Infancy
  • Toddler Hood
    • Toddler hood (2 to 4) Elaboration of Locomotion Fantasy Play Language Development
    • Self-control.
  • Early School Age
    • Early School age (4 to 6) Sex-role Identification Early moral development Self-esteem
    • Group play
  • Middle of school age
    • Middle of School age (6 to 12)
    • Friend ship Concr ete operations Skill Learning Self-e valuation Team Play
  • Early adolescence 12 - 18
    • Physical Maturation Emotional Development Membership in Peer group
    • Develop Identity / Role
  • Later Adolescents 18 - 22
    • Autonomy from parents
    • Sex-role Identity Internalized Morality Career choices
  • Early Adulthood
    • Early Adulthood (22 to 34) Marriage Childbearing Work
  • Middle adulthood 34 - 60
    • Nurturing the marriage relationship Management of household Parenting Management of a career
    • Contribute to society
  • Later adulthood 60 - 75
    • Promoting intellectual vigor
    • Redirecting energy to new roles
    • and activities
    • Adapting ones life
    • Developing a point of view about death
  • Old people
    • Very old age (75 until death)
    • Coping with physical changes of aging Developing a psycho historical perspective
  • THE END