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Chapter 16 Chapter 16 Social and Emotional  Development in Adolescence This multimedia product and its contents are protected under copyright law. The following are prohibited by law: •Any public performance or display, including transmission of any image over a network; •Preparation of any derivative work, including the extraction, in whole or in part, of any images; •Any rental, lease, or lending of the program.
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Adolescent Identity Formation Adolescent Identity Formation Identity One’s sense of who one is, where one has  been, and where one is going in life
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Erikson’s Theory of Erikson’s Theory of Identity Formation Identity Formation During adolescence, the psychosocial  crisis revolves around identity Identity versus role confusion
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Marcia’s Theory of Marcia’s Theory of Adolescent Identity Formation Adolescent Identity Formation Expansion of Eriksonian approach 2 aspects of identity formation Crisis/exploration Commitment
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Identity Status Categories Identity Status Categories Identity diffusion Foreclosure
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Identity Status Categories Identity Status Categories Moratorium Identity achieved
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Ethnic Identity Ethnic Identity Because minority teens are raised outside of  mainstream culture, identity formation can be  more complicated
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Means of Means of Resolving Ethnic Identity Issues Resolving Ethnic Identity Issues Assimilated Marginal
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Means of Means of Resolving Ethnic Identity Issues Resolving Ethnic Identity Issues Separated Bicultural
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Adolescent Autonomy Adolescent Autonomy Autonomy The ability to govern  oneself and make  independent decisions Adolescents must  balance A need to assert their  individuality Remaining close to  friends and family Insert Image #dv1644086, Getty Images CD  DV816 “Lifetime Learning” 
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Forms of Autonomy Forms of Autonomy Emotional autonomy The ability to understand oneself as a person who is  emotionally distinct from one’s parents Behavioral autonomy The capacity to make and follow through with  decisions on regulating one’s behavior Values autonomy The capacity to make judgments and choices about  personal beliefs and principles
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Factors that Contribute to Factors that Contribute to Autonomy Autonomy Physiological changes of puberty, and  corresponding reactions of others Changes in the ways adolescents think E.g., metacognitive abilities, abstract and  flexible thought Having supportive parents Engaging in diverse activities
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