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112outline7 - EXAMPLES • PUBERTAL DEVELOPMENT •...

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NOTE : OUTLINES ARE PROVIDED FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE. SOME AREAS LISTED ON THE OUTLINES MAY BE DELETED AND OTHERS ADDED AS NECESSARY IN LECTURES DURING THE COURSE OF THE SEMESTER. PARENT-ADOLESCENT RELATIONS I. THE NATURE OF FAMILY PROCESSES --THE FAMILY SYSTEMS APPROACH RECIPROCAL INTERACTIONS “DISEQUILIBRIUM” --THE DEVELOPMENTAL CONSTRUCTION OF RELATIONSHIPS THE “CONTINUITY” VIEW THE “DISCONTINUITY” VIEW --CHANGES IN THE RELATIONSHIP DUE TO MATURATION OF THE PARENT EXAMPLES: MARITAL SATISFACTION ISSUES CAREER RE-EVALUATION & TIME PERSPECTIVE HEALTH & BODY CONCERNS --CHANGES IN THE RELATIONSHIP DUE TO MATURATION OF THE ADOLESCENT
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Unformatted text preview: EXAMPLES: • PUBERTAL DEVELOPMENT • COGNITIVE CHANGES (e.g., reasoning, idealism, expectations) • INCREASED INDEPENDENCE II. PARENT-ADOLESCENT CONFLICT KEY NAMES : ARNETT, MONTEMAYOR, SMETANA, COLLINS, STEINBERG III. AUTONOMY AND ATTACHMENT--AUTONOMY AS A COMPLEX DIMENSION OF PERSONALITY--ATTACHMENT & “CONNECTEDNESS” (same as “RELATEDNESS)--ASSESSING PARENT-ADOLESCENT ATTACHMENT – SOME ISSUES IV. DIVORCE AND REMARRIAGE KEY NAMES : M. HETHERINGTON, J. WALLERSTEIN & J. KELLY A. DIVORCE--EFFECTS OF DIVORCE ON: • PARENTS • YOUTH B. RECONSTITUTED FAMILIES (ISSUES RELATED TO REMARRIAGE) 112OUTLINE7...
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