This page will review the following theories: Erickson 's Stages of Psychosocial Development Marcia 's Ego Iden.y Statuses Josselson ' s Theory Erikson 's Stages of Women move into .hood with a commitment to iden.y without experiencing any iden.y cr.; Iden.y Achievements: Pavers of the Way Pathmakers ..Psycho.yst Erik Erikson was the first professional to describe and use the concept of ego iden.y in his writings on what cons.utes healthy personality development for every individual over the course of the life span. Basic to Erikson 's view, as well as those of many later iden.y writers, is the understanding that iden.y .Emerging .s. Theory and Iden.y Development. Diane J. Wolter, Ph.D. = Student Affairs professionals use development theory to guide their programs and Rut.en Josselson. 1987 applied Marcia 's iden.y groups to college women and their search for iden.y. Both of these theoretical models have been used to .Iden.ies and moral development Gilligan,. 1979, 1982; Josselson, 1996 , andual orientation C., 1979; D 'Augelli, 1994 . In keeping with the psychological tradition, most of the early theories were stage based and linear, although some provided for the possibility of the developing person cycling back through earlier .
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