A report on an interview with a late adulthood female subject on life span psychological development

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A report on an interview with a late adulthood female subject on life span psychological development

The subject demonstrated a clear 1st stage dystonic outcome resulting in a pattern of mistrust in adolescence resulting in identify confusion. All the stages that precede this stage end with some degree of a resolution of conflict, however, the degree and quality of identity established in adolescence is important because it the first experience of identity.

A report on an interview with a late adulthood female subject on life span psychological development

Method The interview was conducted by telephone in one interview lasting approximately 2 hours. The request for approval to interview was completed by e-mail. The subject was informed that the purpose of the interview was to obtain her recollections of her lifespan with specific emphasis on adolescence.

The interview was taped with permission. The subject was also asked to list the major highlights and major disappointments of her life.

Following this, the subject was asked 34 focus questions. The interview was then concluded. Mistrust, 2 Autonomy v. Shame, Doubt, 3 Initiative v. Guilt, 4 Industry v. Inferiority, and 5 Identity v. Identity Confusion Erickson, The questions were based on outcomes of both systonic and dystonic conflict resolutions of each stage documented by Rolf E.

Muuss Muuss, and Eric Erickson Erickson, Stage 1 Questions Because the major developmental crisis of this stage of development is trust, the central approach in this phase was to test the degree the subject is a trusting or mistrusting person Muuss, Time confusion was tested both directly by questions of sleeplessness and goal setting.

Questions tested the degree of retentiveness and stinginess as well as cooperation. Confidence in work achievement as well as vulnerability and defiance of authority was tested in this stage. Stage 4 Questions This stage involves accomplishment and the feeling of success, approval, and recognition with regard to tasks.

Stage 4 questions centered primarily on a general sense of competency and inferiority as well as success in school during this phase of lifespan development.

A report on an interview with a late adulthood female subject on life span psychological development

During this phase a person assesses strengths and weaknesses, becomes involved in active planning for the future, becomes aware of the diffusive conflicts of identify formation, and experiments with love relationships. Overview of Lifespan The subject is 70 years old Caucasian.

She wished to remain anonymous. She is the oldest of four children; two younger sisters and a younger brother.

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Her parents are deceased. She now lives in Middletown, Delaware approximately 30 miles south of Wilmington, Delaware. She is single having been divorced in and has not remarried. She was born on Broom Street in Wilmington, Delaware.

Her earliest recollection is at the age of approximately 3 years old when she simply walked down the street and took the bus about two miles into center city to go to the local candy store.

At the alertness of the owner, the police called her parents and they came and took her home. Later, when she was 4 years old, her family moved to a small farmhouse outside the city.

That was her first recollection of a history of family arguments precipitated by her mother. Apparently, her mother, at the time, was extremely underweight after the birth of her second daughter and was ordered by the doctor to drink cream.

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LIFESPAN DEVELOPMENT ADULT INTERVIEW 2 Lifespan Development Adult Interview Middle adulthood is a period of life that adults either find extremely stressful or rewarding. No matter how this period of life is recognized, it is a fact that adults in this stage experience physical, cognitive, emotional & social changes in everyday life.

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