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Adolescent Psychology

by: Glen Hackett

Adolescent Psychology PSY 4210

Glen Hackett
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Glen Hackett on Wednesday September 23, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PSY 4210 at Middle Tennessee State University taught by Hatcher-Demith in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 8 views. For similar materials see /class/213059/psy-4210-middle-tennessee-state-university in Psychology (PSYC) at Middle Tennessee State University.

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Date Created: 09/23/15
Adolescent Psychology Final Study Guide Chapter 9 Peer Relations Peer Group Functions Symmetrical Reciprocity Rejection by Peers Sociometric status Types of Adolescents Positivepeerstatus vs Negativepeerstatus Regulating Emotion Social Cognition Dodge 7 5 steps to processing social world Conglomerate strategies Strategies to improve Social Skills Functions of Friendship Sullivan s Social Needs Loneliness Group Norms and roles Cliques Youth Organizations Dating Scripts Emerging Adults Functions of dating Chapter 10 Teacher Centered Approach Piaget Theory Vygotsky Theory TopDo g Phenomenon 1989 Carnegie Council on Adolescent Development of those who don t complete school of girls who drop out due to pregnancy Today s college students 7 characteristics College Grad Income vs Income of others Elementary Social Context Correlation between School size amp achievement Typical school class size Characteristics of Schools in low SES areas Suspension Rates per ethnicity Institutional Racism ADHD symptoms and treatment Public Law 94142 Least Restrictive Environment Inclusion Most Common learning disability Learning DisabilitiesEducational and Legal Issues of kids receiving services for Mental Retardation Chapter 13 Social ApproachFactors Developmental Psychopathology Approach InternalizingExtemalizing Problems Sources of Stress Tend and Befriend approach Emotionfocused Coping Alcohol LSD Marijuana Cocaine Ecstasy Anabolic Steroids Inhalants Index offenses Status offenses Conduct disorder Major Depressive Disorder Suici e Anorexia Nervosa 4 problems that affect most adolescents Adolescent Psychology Exam 2 Study Guide Chapter 5 Freud s Theory Anatomy is Destiny Evolutionary Theory Social Role Theory Cognitive Developmental Theory Gender Schema Theory Gender Schema Gender Constancy Gender Stereotypes Brain Function and gender Academics and gender Aggression and gender Types of Aggression Socioemotional Differences Gender Role Classi cation Sandra Bem 7 Bem SexRole Inventory Gender Intensi cation Hypothesis In uence of Mass Media on Gender Roles Chapter 6 Collins Research Sexually Explicit TV Sexual Identity Sexual Script Risk Factors for Sexual Problems Low selfregulation Sexual Minority Factors Sexual Minority Issues Coming Out Masturbation Contraception US Pregnancy Rate and Info Abortion Info and Statistics Baby Think it Over Program STIs and Info Sexual Victimization of College Women Chapter 7 Domains of Moral Development Dimensions of Moral Development Heteronymous Morality Kohlberg s Theory and Criticisms Social Cognitive Theory Moral Competence Altruism Forgiveness Psychoanalytic Theory Empathy Aspects of Moral Personality Moral Motivation Parental Discipline Service Learning Fowler s Theory Cult Information Chapter 8 Reciprocal Socialization Family System Marriage Enhancement Programs Developmental Construction View Older Fathers vs Younger Fathers Parents as Managers Parenting Styles ParentAdolescent Con ict Autonomy Sibling Roles Birth Order Children of Divorce Stepfamilies Adopted Children


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