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    Psychological disorders occur when several behaviors cause impairment in a person’s life. The individual can’t function successful in many areas of his/her live. According to Santrock, psychoanalytic theories define development as unconscious and strongly affected by emotions. For the psychoanalytic theorists, in order to understand the development, it is necessary to analyze the symbolic meaning of behavior and the inner workings of the mind. They agree that experiences in early childhood with

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    psychologist one of his most well-known theories is the stages of psychological development. With Erikson’s theory he takes on the idea that social events or situations will affect a person’s personality throughout one’s life rather than just when they are developing in their childhood. His big idea was about identity and how a person develops their identity, with this is where he came up with the identity crisis and the eight stages of development. The eight stages are trust verse mistrust, autonomy verses

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    Therapy through Erikson's Stages of Psychological Development: One of the most common and well-recognized theories of personality in the psychological field is the theory of psychosocial development by Erik Erikson. The theory includes various stages of development that mainly focus on the development of competence in an area in life. The theorist believed that people undergo conflicts that act as the turning point in development in each of the stages. The conflicts in each of the stages either

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    but the principle did not notice it because of Bender’s prior disruptive behavior. Erikson eight stages of development relates to Bender in the way he expressed himself. The unsuccessful completion of the stage prior to adolescences are affecting his current personality and if it continue is can affect his completion of future developmental stages. The first stage of Psychological development happens in the first year of a child’s life: this stage is trust vs, mistrust (Evans, Forney, Guido, Patton

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    The 8 stages of psychological development Trust versus mistrust typically is from birth to 2 years old. You have to be able to balance trust and mistrust to judge good and bad situations as told by (Erickson & Kivnick in1986) this stage builds hope. Trust as defined in psychological development is truthfulness of people surrounding you and to sense how much you can trust that person. If a child is exposed to love and affection, a feeling of safety and stability he/she will develop trust.

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    Child development is defined as the biological, psychological and emotional changes that occur in human beings between birth to teenage year from dependency to increase independence. The physical, cognitive, social, and emotional growth that takes place in the first years of a child’s life sets the foundation for success or failure in learning and life. It is known that to guide a child to gain his or her optimal potential, it’s essential to understand their need and help them in fulfilling it. Development

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    Psychological Perspectives of Human Growth and Development The following will analyse the Psychodynamic theory founded by Sigmund Freud. It will focus on the components of the ‘mind’ including the Conscious, the pre-conscious proper and the Unconscious. Examining his structure of Personality with reference to The’ Id’, ‘Ego’ and ‘Super-ego’. It will discuss Freud’s proposal of stages within his ‘psychosexual development’. It will then focus on Carl Rogers Humanistic theory, explaining his concept

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    Introduction Child development is the emotional, psychological and biological changes that occur in human being. These changes begin once the child is born and progress through the adolescent stage. the changes are usually predictable however they are usually unique to every child and the rate of progression as well differs from one child to another. The changes in development may be influenced by prenatal life events and to some extent by genetic factors (Lillard et al., 2013). It is important to

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    Erikson's eight stages of psychological development is the theoretical framework that I remember pre-nursing. According to Erikson, the period of infancy is the one of trust versus mistrust in which children must develop a sense of trust with their caretaker (Bastable, S., 2014). The concept of trust versus mistrust is present throughout an individual’s entire life. Therefore if the concept is not addressed during infancy, the individual may be negatively affected and never fully immerse themselves

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    Introduction This booklet will introduce you to the main psychological perspectives to the understanding of a child’s behaviour development. Each perspective will be described in as much detail as possible, and the theorist that are linked to them. The main perspectives are; * Psychodynamic * Freud * Behaviourist * Skinner * Cognitive * Piget * Humanist * Rogers, Maslow, Cooley and mead * Social learning The psychodynamic perspective This perspective

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