Class Notes, Week 2, 9/15- 9/17
Class Notes, Week 2, 9/15- 9/17 PSY 303 100
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Date Created: 09/17/15
Adolescent Psychology Class Notes Week 2 915917 Dr McCarthy 915 Storm and Stress G Stanley Hall Freud Developmental Model While biological factors are important adolescence is more of interaction with biological forces and innate maturation Piaget s process starting with sensory motor Piaget Sullivan Psychopathology represents failure of individual to take advantage of development opportunities Socio Cultural Model cultural context social environment is the primary factor Mead coming of Age In Samoaquot absence of stress in her studies Interventionist Model Adolescence if an artifact of culture Kurt Lewin Field Theory Normality and Resilience positive psychology Trauma Psychology Passive to active individual Alice Walker Follow Up Studies Offer and Greenspan 1 Continuous group of adolescents emotional turmoil 23 No emotional turmoil Mainly free of stress No storm and Stress Stable families 2 sergeant group 35 Surges of emotional turmoil Periodic episodes At times show storm and stress More adverse experience trauma divorce death disease 3 Tumultuous group 21 Fits storm and stress model Stereotype of adolescence Highest amount of adverse life experiences unfortunate life 4 Combined group 21 don t fit one pattern 1 Descriptive Studies correlate important data 2 Experience Sampling looking at particular time and particular number of people 3 Experimental Method manipulating variables independents vs dependents 4 Correlational Studies studies relationships between two variables when one goes up the other does when one goes down the other does 1 to 1 5 Time Studies Cross sectional research longitudinal studies S Freud after puberty adolescence regress emotionally and sexually Anna Freud reorganization emotionally and psychologically of personality Separation individualization identity Problems with separation and individualization on a continuum or spectrum Mild con icts quot9 Severe Psychological Disorders Over attachment psychosis All child therapists are disciples of Anna Freud Ego organizing principle of personality governs cognitions Ego Latin 1quot Executive functions judgement decision making Auxiliary Child Therapist Ego Negotiate developmental tasks and con icts that involve most stress for child 91715 S Freud Regression A Freud Reorganization repetition Erik Erikson Theory of Identity Development With A Freud created first therapeutic school for children Ego Identity Adolescence if full of contradiction Ego Function changes development organizing principal of personality Reality testing ability to perceive external environmentworld in conventional terms not distorted reactions are sign of symptoms and disorders Impulse Control able to control aggressive and sexual feelings not action impulses Logical Thinking Can communicate in a way that makes sense coherent and logical answers questions sequentially Object Relations ability to have relationships should have capacity to have relationships with others capacity to care social cognition theory of mind Defenses mechanisms of defense Reaction formation denial humor Maturation unfolds over time CHAPTER TWO Puberty Latin Pubertas origins of male maturity sexual maturity Coordinated biological neuroendourin processes in body result in full sexual maturation of body Puberty starts Girls age 69 Boys a few years later from hormone secretions Role of brain is key in onset and changes as well as genetic and environmental factor Neurobiological Sequences Secrets Hormones Thyroid Stress Growthspirts Hormore metabolism A A A Brain 9 Hypothalamus 9Pituitary 9 Hormones 9 Adrenal 9 Gonads V V Male and Female Sex Characteristics Androgen Estrogen Primary Secondary Pituitary regulates activity in hypothalamus Mechanism Normal feed back loop Maturation of Cerebral cortex frontal lobes develop and different rates In class we watched a Video on youtube the link is below httpswwwyoutubecomwatchv6ZVS8HIPUng
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