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Erikson's Stages (adolescence to early adulthood)

Erikson's Stages (adolescence to early adulthood)

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Erikson¶s Stages
 Adolescence toYoung/Early Adulthood
 
F
idelity: Identity vs. Role Confusion(Adolescence, 12 to 19 years)
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sychosocial Crisis: Identity vs. RoleConfusion
Main Question: "Who am I and where am Igoing?"
Ego quality: Fidelity (Devotion to one¶s work.Implies the unfailing fulfillment of one's dutiesand obligations and strict adherence to vowsor promises.)
 
F
idelity: Identity vs. Role Confusion(Adolescence, 12 to 19 years)
T
he adolescent is newly concerned with how theyappear to others.
 As they make the transition from childhood toadulthood, adolescents ponder the roles they willplay in the adult world. Initially, they are apt toexperience some role confusion-mixed ideas andfeelings about the specific ways in which they will fitinto society-and may experiment with a variety of behaviors and activities (e.g. tinkering with cars,baby-sitting for neighbors, affiliating with certainpolitical or religious groups).

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