Erikson's stages during childhood

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During which age range does the stage of inferiority occur?

What is the main focus of the stage of inferiority?

What do children start to engage in during the stage of inferiority?

What do children begin to develop during the stage of inferiority?

What do children start to compare themselves with during the stage of inferiority?

What do children develop if they receive encouragement, praise, and recognition for their accomplishments during the stage of inferiority?

What may children develop if they experience consistent criticism or failure during the stage of inferiority?

What does successful resolution of conflicts during childhood lead to?

Which of the following is NOT a stage of childhood development?

What age range does the stage of inferiority overlap with?

Which stage of psychosocial development occurs between the ages of 18 months and 3 years?

What is the main focus of the Trust vs. Mistrust stage?

What may happen if infants' needs are not consistently met during the Trust vs. Mistrust stage?

Which stage occurs between the ages of 3 and 6 years?

What is the main focus of the Autonomy vs. Shame and Doubt stage?

What may happen if caregivers are overly restrictive or critical during the Autonomy vs. Shame and Doubt stage?

Which stage occurs from birth to around 18 months?

What is the main focus of the Initiative vs. Guilt stage?

What may happen if caregivers are overly controlling or dismissive during the Initiative vs. Guilt stage?

Which stage occurs during preschool and early school years?

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Test your knowledge on Erik Erikson's first stage of psychosocial development, Trust vs. Mistrust. Explore how infants develop a sense of trust in the world and the people around them, and the impact of caregivers on their sense of safety and security.

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