Chapter 8: Physical and Cognitive Development in Adolescence
Chapter 8: Physical and Cognitive Development in Adolescence Psych 2314
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Chapter VIII: Physical and Cognitive Development in Adolescence Puberty Physical growth o Puberty o Growth spurt Sexual growth o Primary o Secondary Spermarche Menarche earlier o Good nutrition o Healthy o Socioeconomic (SES) o Genetics o Family conflict o Stress of mother’s relationship BMI Chart (Body Mass Index) Obesity Unpopular Low selfesteem Medical problems Heredity and basal metabolic rate Environment External and internal cues Parents Effective programs o Change in eating habits o Exercise more o Discourage inactivity o Monitor eating, exercise, and sedentary behavior Eating Disorders Anorexia o Refusal to eat o Irrational fear of being overweight Bulimia o Binge eating Chapter VIII: Physical and Cognitive Development in Adolescence o Purging Causes Biological o Hereditary Psychological o Ideals of thinness Sociocultural o Family dynamics Over controlling mother and passive father Kohlberg’s Theory of Moral Development (Males) Heinz moral dilemma o Wife dying of cancer o Druggist is charging $2000(10X cost) o Borrowed about half of the money o Doctor refuses to sell the medication cheaper or pay later o Heinz steal the medication Levels of Moral Development (lowest to highest/ external to internal) Preconventional (1 to 3 years of age) o Gets rewards or avoids punishments Conventional (10 to 11 years of age) o Social approval and disapproval Postconventional (Adult) o Social contract common set of laws that benefit all Research on theory Crosscultural studies o Individual rights and justice vs. caring o Duty and responsibility to others Carol Gilligan: Theory of Moral Development (Females) Justice concept applies more to men than to women Women are more caring and connect morals to responsibility