According to erikson's theory, what psychosocial developmental changes are observed in middle childhood? select all that apply.

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  1. Lian
    I believe the answer is:

    - The child is engaged in tasks and activities.

    (during this phase, most children already develop ability to use logical thinking and possess a good commang of their body, which allow them to be engaged in various tasks and activities)

    - The child can differentiate between industry and inferiority.

    (during this phase, the children would understand the responsibilties that are expected toward them and would develop a sense of failure/inferiority when they fail to fulfill those expectation)
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