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1-9 HDFS 239 Emails for notes if absent: [email protected] [email protected] Adolescence Dependent, developing, learning Time of change Major transitions o Physical/biological Puberty o Cognitive Memory, critical thinking, problem solving o Social Becoming an “adult” o Psychosocial change Identity: who am I? Autonomy: own independence Intimacy: develop close relationships with others Sexuality: expressing sexual feelings Achievement Internalizing/externalizing behaviors A time of context o Major contexts Family Friends/peers Schools Work, leisure, media What is Adolescence? From the Latin word adolescere , meaning “to grow into adulthood” Adolescence Time Period o Early Adolescence (ages 10-13) o Middle Adolescence (ages 14-17) o Late Adolescence (ages 18-21) Stanley Hall The development of individuals parallel the development of the human species (just like Darwin) Function of biological sources not so much the environment Adolescence was INEVITABLY a period of storm and stress o Conflict with parents
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