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Intimacy PSYC 338 Adolescent Development
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Cognitive and Biological  Development: Roles in Intimacy  As abstract thinking develops, relationships move  from an emphasis on concrete features (e.g., shared  activities) to a focus on abstract elements (trust,  warmth, intimacy).  Perspective taking and deductive reasoning  facilitate sophisticated behavior in relationships.     Biological reorganizations foster interest in sexual  behavior, and motivate changes in social behavior.  
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Harry Stack Sullivan: Theory of Interpersonal Development Development is focused around satisfaction of core interpersonal needs. Satisfaction of these needs results in feelings of security and contentment. Failures in interpersonal domains are associated with anxiety.
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Harry Stack Sullivan (cont.) Across development, interpersonal needs change. - Early Adolescence: Chumship
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