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PSY201 week 6 Dq1 Post a 150- to 300-word response to the following discussion question by clicking on Reply: Review the major physical, moral, and cognitive changes that occur in adolescence discussed in Module 27 of Psychology and Your Life. Erikson’s chart on p. 313 shows the psychosocial development stage during adolescence. What is this stage? Provide an example from your childhood where you discovered your own role and personality traits. What peer pressure did you face? How did you respond to it? This stage is, considered the identity versus role confusion. From childhood, personally is extremely shy and timid as a younger child. Would not talk to anyone unless, knowing the individual personally, such as a close either family or friends. While, progressing through adolescence and growing into adulthood, some of own personal traits of being more open, cooperative, and compassionate. Also, leaning to communicate more with other individuals, in the method of, volunteering, and, mentoring other teens in the community in a positive manner. Having to face such pressures as drugs and parties, which, contain alcohol from peers. In addition, having to saying no to each opportunity for most reasons to hold social and work responsibilities, drugs, or alcohol can affect concentration of a person, also give someone a bad reputation who is trying to help or do well for others in the community. Also, can cause a person his or her employment if, drug testing is required from the company. Dq2 Post a 150- to 300-word response to the following discussion question by clicking on Reply: What are some of the factors that affect social development in adulthood? What is a midlife transition?
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