Examples of Initiative Versus Guilt?


The initiative versus guilt stage is the third stage of the Psychosocial development theory of Erik Erikson. This is the stage wherein the child learns to explore the environment due to the child's innate inquisitiveness. If the parents encourage the child to explore, the child develops initiative but it the parents inhibit this action or is being overly protective, the child will develop guilt feelings when the child tries to be independent.
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