Human Growth and Development
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Question 1 of 10
Charles is a businessman who made a great deal of money over the past 20 years. Throughout his life he has always been self-absorbed and competitive in his business dealings and in social settings. He is now 48 years old and has no spouse or children. Charles has decided to start a charitable foundation for the benefit of needy children. Charles is most likely in Erik Erikson’s stage of
industry versus inferiority
generativity versus stagnation
initiative versus guilt
trust versus mistrust
autonomy versus shame and doubt
CLEP® Human Growth and Development Examination Guide
[PDF Download] The Human Growth and Development exam covers theories and research related to physical, cognitive, and social development.
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