Autonomy - Autonomy: -ability to be emotionally independent...

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Autonomy: -ability to be emotionally independent increase over time -but peer resistance drops dramatically -just because one is autonomy from parents doesn’t mean one is autonomy in person *de-idealization, taking parents off of a pedestal *De-individuation, realization that parents don’t have eyes in the back of the head *Non-dependency, id rather u not go into school and discuss it with my teacher (she is her own person) *seeing parents as people, recognition that parents are something other then PARENTS Freudian Perspective: Id: gratification -during intimacy, the power of the Id is out, but with puberty, Id comes out real fast -adolescents acquires -intellectualization: bombarded with ideas and thinking but has tension. This helps thinking by distancing self from emotion (why parents is giving hard time about this) -Asceticism: dealing with emerging sexual development of adolescent (girl wearing t-shirt over bathing suite, but following summer girl will wear revealing bathing suit) extreme form of asceticism is anorexia. -Individuation; process in which one learns who they are and what there place is in this
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