Posted by Sapna on Saturday, July 24, 2010 at 2:26pm.
This branch of psychology is primarily concerned with what can be readily seen
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Tiffany feels a sense of fulfillment when she volunteers at the school down the street. She has no specific goals other than to improve her neighborhood school and enrich the lives of the children who attend it. What would Erikson say about Tiffany’s development? (Points : 1)
Tiffany is developing wisdom by discovering what she has held back for so many years.
Tiffany is experiencing generativity by providing for those who will grow up behind her.
Tiffany will probably dwell on what “might have been” had she begun to volunteer earlier.
Tiffany will develop a profound sense of love by forming appropriate, fun relationships with the children.
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