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Samuel is beginning to realize that he has a talent for art,and he feels good about it. Which of Erikson's stages may he reached?
A.Autonomy vs.shame
B.Initiative vs. guilt
C. Industry vs. inferiority
D. Identity vs. confusion

I pick the letter D can someone check my answer.

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