Piaget's Stages Of Development

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Chapter five provides a basic explanation of the developmental prospective. This includes the different stages of developmental theories. Piaget generated the cognitive-developmental theory. Piaget’s theories included Sensorimotor, Preoperational, Concrete operational, and Formal operational. Ford and Lernal presented the Developmental systems theory. Freud theorized five psychosexual stages, these stages included oral, anal, phallic, latency, and genital. Bronfrenbrenner presented the Ecological model. Erickson expanded his theories on the stages of Psychosocial development. Erickson’s has a model that consist of eight stages and is broken down by age. Erickson’s wife later added a ninth stage to his model. Stage one dealt with oral-sensory, the age group on this stage was birth to one year old. His second stage was muscular-anal stage, the age impacted in this stage was two-three-year old’s. The third is locomotor-genital stage, the age group is between four and five. Industry…show more content…
This stage describes that it affects individuals in the age span of nineteen-forty years old. In my personal experience, I developed a close relationship at age fifteen. Therefore, I believe this stage somewhat relates to stage five because I’ve witness many of the items described on stage six during the age span of thirteen-eighteen and I am currently twenty-three years old. Stage eight Ego Integrity vs. Despair impacts the age span of sixty-five years old until death. I was glad to hear that Erickson’s wife added another stage because I happen to believe individuals do live longer and experience more development factors before death. In my own experience, I believe that what individuals experience during this stage depends on their current maturity. One may not be ready for this stage or one may experience this stage at an earlier
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