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Developmental Psychology Lecture 16: Physical and Cognitive Development In Adolescence ~ * ~ Dr. Mignon A. Montpetit
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Where we’re going today… What is adolescence? Physical Development Hormonal Changes Outward Physical Changes Antecedents of… Consequences of… BioPsychoSocial Forces application
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3 Adolescence: the transition between childhood and adulthood. Growing bodies and minds Construction of the “self”
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4 Identity: Consists in: Sexual Vocational Moral Ethnic Religious values and goals
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5 What’s Adolescence like? “Youth are heated by Nature as drunken men by wine" ~ Aristotle. Adolescents "are inclined to contradict their parents and tyrannize their teachers." ~ Socrates.
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6 Are ancient conceptions of adolescence correct?
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Basically: Adolescence is a time of transition from childhood to adulthood. What are some of the main dev’tal events/tasks of adolescence?
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