Source: Video Created by Barb Ludins
Proposes that individuals go through eight stages of social development during which they must resolve a psychosocial conflict.
Cognitive development is based on social and cultural processes; our cognitive abilities are shaped by our interactions with others.
Intellectual development are shaped by both a biological component and environmental experiences. Throughout the four stages, the mistakes we make teach us about the world and change our mental abilities- how we encode, store, and use information.
Examine lifespan psychology and the progress of changes and abilities; identify trends in psychological development and causes.