353postAdolescenceLecture18

353postAdolescenceLecture18 - Adolescence Border between...

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Unformatted text preview: Adolescence Border between adulthood and childhood Changes in physical, emotional, cognitive, social and spiritual development Adolescence is lasting longer: Physical changes in adolescence Adolescent growth spurt: typically appears two years earlier in girls. Rapid gain in height and weight (~ 10 in height/ 40 lbs. weight) Asynchrony: different parts of the body grow resulting in an unbalanced appearance and accompanying sense of awkwardness Sleep patterns shift with a need for more sleep and often get less Delayed phase preference: Social-Emotional Development Separation-Individuation Revisited Developing sense of identity and self-esteem; vulnerability and resilience key factors Exposure to environmental and developmental challenges as mediators Elkind: Adolescent Egocentrism: way of thinking based on preoccupation with self Imaginary Audience: belief that everyone in the environment is concerned with the behavior/appearance of him/herself...
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