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How Erik Erikson's Own Identity Crisis Shaped His Theories

Daniel Westfall Pin 1 This pin relates to this particular chapter in terms of the discussion about Erikson. It describes his life and his accomplishments. I find really interesting the discussion about identity. Erikson had a lot to contribute to the study of behavior. His theory of stages was one of the major contributions.

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John Leidholt- pin 2 This website explains Lev Vygotsky's theory that children learn a lot from home interaction. In the article it states that most early childhood language development occurs at home.

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Ann Trujillo Pin 2 This pin is relevent because it talks about what motor skills a child develops and how they develop

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Dzevada Velic - Pin 2 - Albert Bandura was a soical cognitive theorist. He believed that learning occurs through observations of others. He's also known for his classic Bobo doll experiment in the 1960s where children mimiced novel actions just by watching an adult engage in the experiment.

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Albert Bandura

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Daniel Westfall Pin 2 This pin relates to this chapter in terms of Sigmund Freud. This pin focuses on his thoughts of dreams and their purpose. But not just in dreams, this article some what points out that Freud thought there was a dark abyss in all of us. Something trying to manifest itself, that has been repressed since early childhood. Freud focused heavily of aggression and unsatisfied sexual urges as the root of most human condition.

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012 Kara Schaefer This pin relates to the chapter because it talks about the zone of proximal development. It has a cool interactive picture that helps you understand the zone and also has a video.

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Zone of Proximal Development - Scaffolding | Simply Psychology

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5 Modern Parenting Tips From Freud

Brian Anderson Pin 1: Sigmund Freud's theories on human development are just as prevalent today as they were in his time. What better way to put them into practice than by using them on your own children?

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5 Modern Parenting Tips From Freud

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Neo-Piagetian Theories of Development

Rebecca Lara-012 pin#1 This article talks about Neo-Piagetian Theorists and Jean Piaget's Theory on children's cognitive developement. They are now starting to reiterate certain parts of Piaget's theory by using today's knowledge to corresponde the human brain's growth with Piaget's steps in developement. The researcher, named Robbie Case, talks about the central processing speed of the brain as well as memory-span and environmental factors to explain the thought process of a child.

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012 Kara Schaefer This pin is about Erik Erikson's theories of psychosocial development and the different stages that we go thorough during our life.

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Alex Alvarado- Pin 2. This pin relates back to chapter 1 because it all ties into development. This article & video explains how Turkeys live & why they are the way they are. Is it because of nature or nurture?

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