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17.1 Lots of I's, David Crowley Mar 11, 10:48 am
Jennifer,

Here is a list that helps me remember the stages. At least it gives me a start from which I can remember the conflicts and the virtues. I will leave it to you to create your own associations, because the best mnemonic is the one you create yourself.

First there are four ego-formation stages:
  • I am
  • I can do
  • I can start
  • I can finish
Then there are four adult stages:
  • I am
  • I can love
  • I can last
  • I can leave
Thanks for the question!!

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Subject Author Date
17 Eriksons 8 Stages
Does anyone else find the names of Erikson's 8-Stages hard to remember? I don't have trouble...
Jennifer Shultis Mar 10, 1:03 pm
17.4 No luck but here is a chart...
Hello Jen and all, Unfortunately, I have not come up with a clever way of remembering the 8...
Maureen Hilton Mar 12, 11:29 am
17.3 I'll share whatever I think of...
Hello Jennifer and all, I am working on some way to remember them all today...I will be happy to...
Maureen Hilton Mar 11, 4:01 pm
17.2 Eriksons 8 stages
Jennifer, I'm going to figure out a simple way to remember and recall Erikson's 8 stages today and...
Joseph Johnson Mar 11, 10:51 am
17.1 Lots of I's
Jennifer, Here is a list that helps me remember the stages. At least it gives me a start from...
David Crowley Mar 11, 10:48 am
17.1.1 Source?
Wow, David - where did you get that list? It's great!! And it makes certain that you really grasp...
Stephanie Sogg Mar 15, 12:39 pm
17.1.1.1 Too much time on my hands
I'm glad you enjoy it. Thank you. My favorite association comes from the stage II "I can do": I...
David Crowley Mar 16, 9:54 am
17.1.1.1.1 Thanks!
Thanks, Dave. This is great!
Jennifer Shultis Mar 16, 3:11 pm

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