This theory had a deep influence on Erikson.
The Eight Stages of Man
This outlines psychosocial development.
This is a set of active psychological motivations that integrate inner and outer perception and balance.
This theory understands individual development in terms of the development identity.
This is what is constructed at each period of life by the ego.
Identity Diffusion and Confusion
This occurs when an individual fails to navigate an identity crisis, instead veering into a negative reaction and losing one's sense of self.
This occurs in each stage of psychosocial development as challenges to the ego's ability to integrate new experiences.
Somatic, Ego and Social Processes
Three processes, physical, mental, and social that interact in a complex fashion and together generate identity.
Fidelity and Diversity
These are needs of adolescence to belong and a be a distinct and unique...
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