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Erik Erikson - My Webspace files - Ship - The epigenetic principle. He is most famous for his work in refining and
expanding Freud's theory of stages. Development, he says, functions by the
Erikson's Psychosocial Development Theory - Businessballs - He also referred to his theory as 'epigenesis' and the 'epigenetic principle', which
signified the concept's relevance to evolution (past and future) and genetics.
The Epigenetics Theory as explained by Erikson (The Stages of ... - Feb 17, 2012 ... The Epigenetics Theory by Erikson shows the importance of the different stages
of development of a person, for in each stage a personality is ...
Epigenetics: The Science of Change - For nearly a century after the term “epigenetics” first surfaced on the printed page,
.... problem and new analytical tools that will help to test the epigenetic theory.
Erik Erikson - Frostburg - These eight stages abide by the epigenetic principle which states that a person's
development is predetermined. Erikson's theory maintains that if a stage is ...