11-3 Lecture - SESP 201: SESP 201: Adolescents: Physical...

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Unformatted text preview: SESP 201: SESP 201: Adolescents: Physical and Identity Adolescents: Physical and Identity Development Development Chapter 5 & 11 Chapter 5 & 11 Friday, November 3 Friday, November 3 Review: Fridays Activity Assignment 2: due Wed, 11/8 in class. Please also post on Blackboard, to the Digital Dropbox (under Tools). Cite your book (or other sources) Cite your notes (field notes, p. X). Sample APA style on Blackboard. What is Adolescence? Age Place in social structure Biological domain Social domain Cognitive domain Personality (social-cognitive domain) Research (and Beliefs) about Adolescence Hormonal and neurological changes result in increased emotional passion and greater risk-taking in early adolescence Maturation of neurological and cognitive controls over...
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This note was uploaded on 05/05/2008 for the course POLI_SCI 221 taught by Professor Galvin during the Fall '07 term at Northwestern.

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11-3 Lecture - SESP 201: SESP 201: Adolescents: Physical...

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