Self-Evaluation Using Research Of Piaget And Erikson

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One week after I was born until I reached the age of one, my mom always brought me to her work. She said that she had no problem bringing me to work because I didn’t bother her at all. I only cried if the pacifier was removed from my mouth and also when I was hungry. When I was 4 months old I started to do thumb sucking. Then when I learned to grasp, I just reached for anything that I wanted to hold. If someone took away the thing that I am playing with or holding at that time I started crying. When I was one year and 6 months, I tried to copy all the things I could see on the TV. I danced and sang. These developments in my life illustrate Piaget’s first stage of cognitive development, the sensorimotor period, because it involved my learning to respond to the world around me through motor activity and to the various stimuli that were presented to my senses. When my mom always brought me to her work when I was a baby, most of my mom’s co-workers always held me because I giggled a lot, and I went with anybody that wanted to carry me. She said that I could be easily being stolen because I was so trusting. This is related on Erikson’s first stage of development framework which is Basic Trust vs. Mistrust: To develop a sense that the world is safe, a “good place.” Between the ages of 1 to 3 years old, my mom told me that I would rather play by myself than playing with another kid. I am afraid to mingle with other children and to be around with people. This is Erikson’s second stage of developmental framework, which is Autonomy vs. Shame and Doubt: To realize that one is an independent person who can make decisions. When I was 4 years old, I loved playing paper dolls. I do remember I used to buy a paper doll and then get a plain colorful paper to draw clothes for the paper doll. I designed weird clothes and my mom told me that I will be either a designer or a

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