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Proprium

includes all the facts about a person that make him or her unique

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First Stage of Proprium development

Sense of "bodily me": infants learn their bodies exist because of the many sensations they experience

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Second Stage of Proprium development

Sense of Self-Identity: the realization that there is continuity over time - come to realize they are the same people over time

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Third Stage of Proprium development

Sense of self-esteem: feeling of pride that emerges when children learn they can do things on their own

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Fourth Stage of Proprium development

Sense of self-extension: learn the meaning of the word mine; realize they own things aside from their own body

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Fifth Stage of Proprium development

Emergence of self-image: develop a conscience that acts as a frame of reference for the "good" and the "bad" me; compare what they do to the expectations others have of them

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Sixth Stage of Proprium development

Self as a Rational Coper: recognize thinking as a means of solving life's problems

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Seventh Stage of Proprium development

Propriate Striving: become almost completely future-oriented; long-term goals give organization and meaning to life

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Eighth Stage of Proprium development

Self as Knower (optional): the self is aware of, unifies, and transcends the preceding seven aspects of the self; synthesizes all of the propriate functions


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