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Autonomy 21 – April 7 & 13, 2010
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Today Admin Please ask questions after class, limit the email deluge in my inbox Remember full name & course Today What is autonomy? Development of emotional autonomy Development of behavioral autonomy
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What is Autonomy? Independence An individual’s capacity to behave on his or her own Autonomy Emotional components (feeling separate from parents) Behavioral components (the growth of independent decision making) Cognitive components (developing personal beliefs and values)
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Three Types of Autonomy Emotional Autonomy Gaining emotional independence in relationships with others, especially parents Behavioral Autonomy Making independent decisions and following through on them Value Autonomy Developing an independent set of beliefs and principles, resisting peer and parental pressures
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Development of Emotional Autonomy Psychoanalytic Theory: Anna Freud Physical changes of puberty disrupt family system Resurgence of sexual impulses increase family tensions Detachment: Adolescents are driven to separate emotionally from parents Conflict is normal part of detachment in adolescence
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