PSY-357 Week 6 Collaborative Learning Community: Marcia's Identity Statuses

PSY-357 Wk 6 Collaborative Learning Community: Marcia's Identity Statuses

PSY-357 Week 6 Collaborative Learning Community: Marcia's Identity Statuses

This video explains how people develop their identities. Identity is formed largely by people’s occupation, their primary role in society, and their ideation, their set of morals and beliefs. As identity is developed, people take on four distinct identity statuses, defined by psychologist James Marcia: identity foreclosure, identity diffusion, identity moratorium, and identity achievement. Each status involves varying levels of searching and commitment to different aspects of identity.

Do you really know what you want out of life or what your political and religious beliefs are? The psychologist James Marcia suggested that there.

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Jeff Marcia's categories of identity

James Marcia's four adolescent identity statuses (adolescent identity crisis).

This mini-lecture describes some of the basics of James Marcia's theories related to adolescent development.

James Marcia's Identity Formations

This video is about James Marcia's identity formations.

Identity moratorium is the status of individuals who are in the midst of a crisis, whose commitments are either absent or are only vaguely defined, but who are actively exploring alternatives. Marcia notes that "moratoriums...report experiencing more anxiety than any other status.

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James Marcia: Identity Status Theory -identiteetin neljä muotoa suhteessa vanhojen arvojen pohtimiseen ja uudelleenarviointiin sekä sitoutuneisuuteen. Saavutettu, valmiina omaksuttu, selkiytymätön ja selvittelyvaiheessa oleva identiteetti.

James Marcia, a developmental psychologist came up with a theory called the Identity Status Theory.

This image represents the foreclosure identity status of Marcia’s Theory of Identity Formation, which is marked by “commitment in the absence of exploration” (p. 152). Such individuals are usually conformists with high goals, prefer to be told what to do with their lives than find their own path, and have friends like themselves. Exposing gifted adolescents to foreclosure as well as to the other states of this identity model can allow for good reflection.

We live in a society that actively encourages people to be themselves but criticizes anyone who is.

Bandura Social Learning Theory posts that people learn from one another via observation, imitation and modeling.

Refining and extending Erik Erikson& work, James Marcia came up with four Identity Statuses of psychological identity development. The main idea is that o

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