Week 9 PSYC 201 Lifespan Development
Week 9 PSYC 201 Lifespan Development PSYC 201
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Chapter 11 Puberty collective term for physical changes which culminate in sexual maturity Precocious puberty appearance of physical changes in sexual maturity that show younger than 8 years old Effects of early puberty early developing girls possess more negative body images, more likely to get into trouble, more likely to become sexually active and depressed, and may abuse substances Sexual behavior boys are more sexually active than girls; oral sex becomes very popular and usually adolescents don’t consider it sex; by the time they have graduated, 60% of them have done intercourse Transgendered teens psychological gender is opposite of biological sex; studies suggest that transgendered individuals may have been exposed to atypical amounts of androgens in womb; most don’t exhibit signs until after puberty; higher risk of suicide or depression Substance abuse drugs and alcohol; 66% is alcohol; 33% is weed Anorexia eating disorder characterized by selfstarving; #1 killer in adolescents; low esteem, sexual abuse, media views, and controlling families may play a part Bulimia nervosa eating disorder characterized by binge eating and purging Females are more likely to have depression. Suicide some triggering, stressful event, altered mental state, or an opportunity to commit suicide may play a part in suicide Formal operational stage fourth of Piaget’s stages; during which adolescents learn to reason logically about abstract concepts Hypotheticdeductive reasoning ability to derive conclusions from hypothetical premises Naïve idealism when adolescents use formal operational thinking to mentally construct an ideal world and compare the real world to it Personal fable belief that the events of one’s life are controlled by a mentally constructed autobiography Imaginary audience internalized set of behavioral standards usually derived from a teen’s peer group High school dropouts social class is a depicter; history of academic failure, aggressive behavior, and poor decisions are depicters; getting pregnant, drug use, and uninterested are also depicters; unemployment in adulthood is higher
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