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ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT PSYCHOLOGY 338 Autonomy
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Autonomy as Product of Development in other Domains Cognitive development facilitates relativism, deductive reasoning, perspective taking. Adolescent begins to see perspectives that differ from those offered by adult caregivers. Biological changes associated with puberty lead to increased interest in sexual interactions. Adolescent begins to look outside the home for intimacy. Social development leads to formation of
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Different Forms of Autonomy EMOTIONAL AUTONOMY: Independence in close personal relationships. BEHAVIORAL AUTONOMY: Making independent decisions about behavior. VALUE AUTONOMY: Independent principals about right and wrong, what’s
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Emotional Autonomy: Anna Freud’s Perspective Anna Freud believed that emotional autonomy occurred as a reflection of turmoil in the family. Stressful nature of puberty reactivates unresolved ID-EGO conflicts. These reawakened conflicts create tension between the adolescent and his/her parents. Adolescents are motivated to separate themselves from conflicts with parents by moving into the peer group and early romantic
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course REL 135g taught by Professor Robertfordcampany during the Spring '08 term at USC.

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