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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style Developing through the life span: part two September 16, 2010 Click to edit Master subtitle style Module 15: adolescence Cognitive development  Reasoning  Morality Developing reasoning power  Formal operational (Piaget’s stage)  Debate issues Human nature Good vs. Evil Truth and Justice Deeper conception of God and existence Developing morality  Being able to discern right from wrong  Being able to control impulses  Being moral means thinking morally and acting accordingly Kohlberg’s development of  Given a dilemma, asked if action is right or wrong  Preconventional Focuses on self- interest Obeying rules to avoid punishment  Conventional Moral feeling  We make moral judgments quickly and automatically  Moral reasoning-aim to convince ourself and others of what we feel  We have moral intuitions Moral action  Doing the right thing  Social influences Nazis Other examples? Social development  Forming an Identity  Parent and Peer Relationships Forming an identity  Identity-our sense of self  Social identity-the “we” aspect of our self- concept  Who am I? Within the realm of group membership  Intimacy-ability to form close, loving relationships Parent and peer relationships  Teens tend to pull away from their parents 1st borns have more conflict  Most disagreements- harmless bickering  Those with positive Emerging adulthood...
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