Student Development Theoretical PErspective. Instructor Course. Introduction. Student development theory and research is the basis of the student affairs profession in the college setting.
(DiCaprio 1974, as sited in Forney, Evans & GuidoDiBrito, 1998)
(Evans, Forney, & Guido-DiBrito, 1998)
Eight stages of identity development
The seven vectors
(Evans et al.,1998)
Scheme of Intellectual and Ethical Development, 9 stages in three groups:
Six stages in three levels
Three levels with two transition periods:
(Evans et al.,1998).
Six personality types:
The four dichotomies:
Five sets of variables
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