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Topic 12.5: "Adolescent Problems" Answer the following question. What are the causes of, or factors related to, juvenile delinquency in adolescence? Poor school attendance, violence at home, peer pressure, lack of moral guidance. What are the causes of, or factors related to, depression in adolescence? Abuse, death in the family, lack of self-esteem, bullying, obesity. What are the risk factors for suicide during adolescence? Family history of suicide, child abuse, lack of self-esteem, bullying.
Chapters 13 & 14: "Physical and Cognitive Development in Early Adulthood" & "Socioemotional Development in Early Adulthood" Instructor Note : For topics in early adulthood, focus most heavily on Chapter 13 sections 2 through 4 and Chapter 14 sections 2 through 4. Topic 13.2: "Physical Development" Answer the following question. What are the roles of nutrition and exercise in the health of young adults? Exercise improves self-concept and reduces anxiety and depression. Exercise is that it helps to prevent chronic disorders such as heart disease and diabetes Topic 13.4: "Cognitive Development" Answer the following questions. How is adult cognition different from that of adolescents? They may begin to plan and hypothesize about intellectual problems in adolescence, but they become more systematic and sophisticated at this process as young adults. Nonetheless, even many adults do not think in formal operational ways Wisdom advances through adulthood.
Study Guide Human Growth and Development What is meant by post-formal thought? Post Formal Thought- thinking that is reflective, relativistic, contextual, provisional, realistic and influenced by emotions.
Topic 14.2: "Attraction, Love, and Close Relationships" Fill in the blank. According to Erikson's theory, intimacy is described as finding oneself while losing oneself in another person. When young adults fail to develop meaningful relationships it may result in isolation. Answer the following question. How do the peer relationships of men and women differ?
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