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PSY207e - Developmental Psychology

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Parents, ever wonder why teenagers strive to forge a sense of identity in the adolescence period? Come and find out the reason why and how teenagers achieve their sense of identity.

"Adolescence is a new birth, for the higher and more completely human traits are now born.

" - G. Stanley Hall. Adolescents will be going through a process called Identity vs. role confusion also known as the identity formation. What is Psychosocial development theory? Background & different stages of Erikson's psychosocial theory. 8 Stages of Development by Erik Erikson. Stage 5 of Erikson's Psychosocial Development theory - Identity vs. Role Confusion. Identity vs. Role Confusion. There are a total of 3 stages of Adolescences - Early Adolescence (Age: 10 - 13), Middle Adolescence (Age: 14 to 17), Late Adolescences (Age: 18 to 21..... & beyond!) Early Adolescence (Ages 10 to 13) Adolescent Development - Early Adolescence (Ages 10-13) Middle Adolescence (Ages 14 to 17) Adolescent Development - Middle Adolescence (Ages 14-17) Adolescents development - Late Adolescence (18 to 21 years old and beyond)

Adolescent Development - Late Adolescence (Ages 18-22) Identity SHORT FILM 2012 (Award Winning Inspirational Short)