February 3, 1988
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Adopting the child-development model of the psychologist Erik Erikson, he explores the consequences such miseducation may have in the child's resolution of what Erikson described as "crises" in the formation of personality: Feelings of mistrust, shame, and doubt may come to outweigh those of trust and autonomy; guilt and alienation may overshadow initiative and belonging; and inferiority and helplessness may eclipse industry and competence.
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