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What are Erikson's 8 stages of psychosexual development?
- Oral-Sensory 0-1 year trust vs. mistrust

- Muscular-Anal 1-3 years autonomy vs. shame

- Locomotor-Genital 3-6 years initiative vs. guilt

- Latency 6-12 years industry vs. inferiority

- Adolescence ego identity vs. role confustion

- Early adulthood intimacy vs. isolation

- Middle adulthood generativity vs. stagnation

- Maturity integrity vs. despair
Erikson: Oral-Sensory stage
- 0-1 year
- trust vs. mistrust
- significant relationship is with primary caretaker
- successful mastery = trust and optimism
Erikson: Muscular-Anal stage
- 1-3 years
- autonomy vs. shame
- significant relationship is with parents
- successful mastery = self-assertion, self-control, feelings of adequacy
Erikson: Locomotor-Genital stage
- 3-6 years
- initiative vs. guilt
- significant relationship is with family
- successful mastery = sense of initiative, purpose, and direction
Erikson: Latency
- 6-12 years
- industry vs. inferiority
- primary relationships are with school and neighborhood
- successful mastery = productivity and competence in physical, intellectual, and social skills
Erikson: Adolescence
- 12+ years
- ego identity vs. role confusion
- significant relationships are with peers and leadership models
- successful mastery = integrated sense of self as unique person
Erikson: Early Adulthood
- intimacy vs. isolation
- significant relationships are with partners in friendship and sex
- favorable outcome = ability to form close personal relationships and to make career committments
Erikson: Middle Adulthood
- generativity vs. stagnation
- significant relationships are with shared labor and household
- successful mastery = concern for future generations
Erikson: Maturity
- integrity vs. despair
- relationship is with humankind
- successful mastery = sense of satisfaction with one's life and ability to face death without despair