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Educational Learning Theories: Chapter 8 Additional Reading

Chapter 8 Additional Reading

Credible Articles on the Internet

Davis, D., & Clifton, A. (1999). Psychosocial theory: Erikson. Retrieved from

Erikson, R. (2010). ULM Classroom Management. Retrieved from

Krebs-Carter, M.  (2008). Ages in stages: An exploration of the life cycle based on Erik Erikson’s eight stages of human development. Retrieved from 

McLeod. S. (2017). Erik Erikson. Retrieved from

Ramkumar, S. (2002). Erik Erikson's theory of development: A teacher's observations. Retrieved from

Sharkey, W. (1997). Erik Erikson. Retrieved from

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Capps, D. (2004). The decades of life: Relocating Erikson's stages. Pastoral Psychology, 53(1), 3-32.

Christiansen, S. L., & Palkovitz, R. (1998). Exploring Erikson's psychosocial theory of development: Generativity and its relationship to paternal identity, intimacy, and involvement in childcare. Journal of Men's Studies, 7(1), 133-156.

Coughlan, F., & Welsh-Breetzke, A. (2002). The circle of courage and Erikson's psychosocial stages. Reclaiming Children and Youth, 10(4), 222-226.

Domino, G., & Affonso, D. D. (1990). A personality measure of Erikson's life stages: The inventory of psychosocial balance. Journal of Personality Assessment, 54, (3&4), 576-588.

Kidwell, J. S., Dunham, R. M., Bacho, R. A., Pastorino, E., & Portes, P. R. (1995). Adolescent identity exploration: A test of Erikson's theory of transitional crisis. Adolescence, 30(120), 785-793.

Books in Dalton State College Library

Sheehy, N. (2004). Fifty key thinkers in psychology. New York, NY: Routledge.

Videos and Tutorials

Khan Academy. (n.d.) Erikson's psychosocial development. Retrieved from