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Erik Erikson's Stages of Development

Trust vs Mistrust
Autonomy vs Shame and Doubt
Initiative vs Guilt
Industry vs Inferiority
Identity vs Role Diffusion
Intimacy vs Isolation
Generativity vs Stagnation
Ego Integrity vs Despair

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Trust vs Mistrust

-viewing the world as safe and reliable
-viewing the relationships as nurturing, stable, and dependable

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Autonomy vs Shame and Doubt

Achieving a sense of control and free will

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Initiative vs Guilt

Beginning to develop a conscience
Learning to manage conflict and anxiety

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Industry vs Inferiority

Building confidence in own abilities
Taking pleasure in accomplishments

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Identity vs Role Diffusion (Adolescence)

Formulating a sense of self and belonging

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Intimacy vs Isolation (young adult)

Forming adult, loving relationships and meaningful attachments to others
Being creative and productive

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Generativity vs Stagnation (middle adult)

Establishing the next generation

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Ego integrity vs despair (maturity)

Accepting responsibility for one's self and life

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Self Efficacy

a belief that personal abilities and efforts affect the events in our lives

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Hardiness

the ability to resist illness when under stress

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What are some ways to achieve Self-Efficacy?

-experience of success or mastery in overcoming obstacles
-social modeling
-social persuasion
-reducing stress, building physical strength, and learning how to interpret physical sensations positively

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What are the 3 components of hardiness?

-Commitment-active involvement in life activities
-Control-ability to make appropriate decisions
-Challenge-ability to perceive change as beneficial rather than stressful

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Resilience

defined as having healthy responses to stressful circumstances or risky situations

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Resourcefulness

involves using problem solving abilities and believing that one can cope with adverse or novel situations

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Spirituality

involves the essence of a person's being and his or her beliefs about the meaning of life and the purpose for living

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Sense of Belonging

the feeling of connectedness with or involvement in a social system or environment of which a person feels an integral part

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How does Maslow describe a sense of belonging?

a basic human psychosocial need that involves feelings of both value and fit

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Value

refers to feeling needed and accepted

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Fit

refers to feeling that one meshes or fits in with the system or environment

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Social Networks

groups of people whom one knows and with whom one feels connected

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Social Support

emotional sustenance that comes from friends, family, and even health care providers who help a person when a problem arises

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Culturally Competent Nursing Care

means being sensitive to issues related to culture, race, gender, sexual orientation, social class, economic situation, and other factors