Psych M.D. - Basic Trust


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Term: Basic Trust
Definition (Myers): According to Erik Erikson, a sense that the world is predictable and trustworthy
Definition (alternative): A sense of being able to trust the world we are living in. Link
Contextual explanation: As one lives, the one might get betrayed and might become depressed. As the person becomes depressed, he will have no faith in the world.
Related terms and concepts: Critical Period, Imprinting, Self-Concept
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Related websites: Haverford, ChildDevelopmentInfo, SpringerLink
Edited by: Matt



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