CCGL9007 L1s - Adolescence 1 2 CCGL9007 YOUTH IN A GLOBAL WORLD Growth into adulthood Period of transaction biological psychological social and economic

CCGL9007 L1s - Adolescence 1 2 CCGL9007 YOUTH IN A GLOBAL...

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CCGL9007 YOUTH IN A GLOBAL WORLD Lecture One: Introduction, biological foundation and cognitive development of youth 1 Adolescence 2 box2 Growth into adulthood box2 Period of transaction: biological, psychological, social and economic box2 Early adolescence: 10 –13 box2 Middle adolescence: 14 –17 box2 Late adolescence (emerging adulthood) : 18 - 21 Boundaries of adolescence 3 Perspective When adolescence begins When adolescence ends When adolescence ends Biological Onset of puberty Capable of sexual reproduction Emotional Detachment from parents Separate sense of identity Cognitive Emerging of moreadvanced reasoning Consolidation of reasoning Interpersonal Fromparental to peers Develop intimacy Social Beginning training for adult work, family and citizenroles Full attainment of adult status Educational Junior high school Completion of formal schooling Legal Juvenile status Majoritystatus Cultural Rite for ceremony completion Domains of development: Physical 4 box2 Body growth and brain development box2 Sensory capacities box2 Motor skills box2 Health
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Domains of development: Cognitive 5 box2 Mental abilities box2 Learning box2 Attention box2 Memory box2 Language box2 Thinking box2 Reasoning box2 Creativity Domains of development: Psychosocial 6 box2 Emotion box2 Interpersonal relationship box2 Personality box2 Psychological well-being box2 Subjective well-being Environment 7 box2 Family box2 Peer relationship box2 School box2 Culture box2 Society box2 Social economic status (SES) box2 History Puberty: a period of physical maturation starting from early adolescence box2 Although no new hormones in adolescence, some signals to kick on box5 Presence of mature sexual partners (pheromone) box5 Nutritional resources box5
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