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Psychosocial Development: Identity
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Identity as an Adolescent Issue Changes in the way we see and feel about ourselves occur throughout the lifecycle At adolescence, individuals can think about themselves in new ways POSSIBLE SELVES FUTURE ORIENTATION Slide 2
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Identity as an Adolescent Issue Dramatic changes in physical appearance changes in the adolescent’s self-conceptions and relationships with others Broadening of intellectual capabilities new ways of thinking about problems, values, interpersonal relationships, and oneself Slide 3
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Changes in Self- Conceptions Movement toward complex, abstract and psychological self-conceptions Realization: personality is expressed in different ways in different situations Differentiated self-concept Actual self Ideal self Feared self Slide 4
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Slide 5 The multiple selves of a 15 year old girl.
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Functions of Multidimensional Self-Conceptions Helps cope with recognition of their faults and weaknesses
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