Chapter 11 11-03-08 - CHAPTER 11 McGrawHill PHYSICAL AND...

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CHAPTER 11 PHYSICAL AND COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT IN ADOLESCENCE Ina Creekbaum, M.S. RCC 11-03-08 McGraw- Hill
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What Is Adolescence and When Does It Start? Puberty and School Events Lerner’s Four Traits Relative plasticity Relationism Historical embeddedness Diversity and individual difference
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What Is Adolescence and When Does It Start? Menarche Production of: progesterone and estrogen in females; testosterone and androgen in males Biopsychosocial interactions
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Theories of Adolescence Anna Freud’s Psychological Theory Restoration of delicate balance between the ego and the id Renewed Oedipal conflict Adolescent defense mechanisms of asceticism and intellectualization
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Theories of Adolescence Erik Erikson’s Psychosocial Theory Identity vs. Role confusion Repudiation of choices
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Theories of Adolescence Erik Erikson’s Psychosocial Theory Identity Status Marcia’s four identities Identity confusion Identity foreclosure Identity moratorium Identity achievement
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Chapter 11 11-03-08 - CHAPTER 11 McGrawHill PHYSICAL AND...

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