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#12 Stages of Life. The human life cycle into eight stages of development. Many aspects of social growth are defined by developmental tasks . Each person follows his or her own rate of development.

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12 stages of life

#12 Stages of Life

  • The human life cycle into eight stages of development.

  • Many aspects of social growth are defined by developmental tasks.

  • Each person follows his or her own rate of development.

    • Erik Erikson’s stages of physical, mental/emotional, and social growth through teen years.


8 stages of life

8 Stages of Life

  • Infancy

  • Early Childhood

  • Middle Childhood

  • Late Childhood

  • Adolescence-puberty

  • Young Adulthood

  • Middle Adulthood

  • Mature and Old age


Infancy

Infancy

  • Birth to 1 year

  • Characteristic of stage: child is completely dependent on others to meet his or her needs

    • Child begin to move around and to explore the world

  • Development task: to develop trust


  • Early childhood

    Early Childhood

    • (1 to 3 years)

    • Characteristic of stage: child is learning to separate from parents

      • Child begins to learn to walk and run, and to climb. Also children start doing things for themselves and to communicate with others.

    • Development task: to develop ability to do tasks oneself


    Middle childhood

    Middle Childhood

    • 3 to 5 years

    • Characteristic of stage: child begin to make decisions and to think of and carry out projects

      • Children can jump and hop and draw simple shapes. Also they pretend play helps them develop social skills and practice future roles

    • Development task: to develop initiate –ability to create one’s own play


    Late childhood

    Late Childhood

    • 5 to 11 years

    • Characteristic of stage: child explores surroundings and masters more and more difficult skills

      • Friends are important in building social skills and self-esteem.

    • Development task: to develop interest in performing activities


    Adolescence puberty

    Adolescence(puberty)

    • 12 to 18 years

      Characteristic of stage: adolescent searches for his or her own identityBecome independent of parents

      • Define your values

      • Find your identity

      • Accept your body

      • Form mature relationships

    • Development task: to develop one’s own identity- a sense of who one is


    Young adulthood

    Young adulthood

    • 19 to 30 years

    • Characteristic of stage: person tries to develop close personal relationships

    • Development task: to develop intimacy- forming a strong relationship with another person.


    Middle adulthood

    Middle Adulthood

    31 To 60 years

    • Characteristic of stage: person tries to achieve something in work and is concerned with the wellbeing of others.

    • Development task: to develop the sense of having contributed to society.


    Maturity and old age

    Maturity and Old age

    • 61 years to death

    • Characteristic of stage: person tries to understand meaning of own life

    • Development task: to develop integrity –feeling satisfied with one’s life


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