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1 Adolescence Development - Ages 12 - 18 Males: Puberty (13 - 14):
Females: Puberty – (9-13):

2 Biopsychosocial Model
Teen development occurs on many levels simultaneously Physical (Primary & Secondary features), cognitive (Formal operations), social (relationships), personality, identity (moral reasoning)

3 Psychosocial Development
Erikson’s Identity Development (5-8) Identity vs Role Confusion (teens)*** Intimacy vs. Isolation (young adults) Generativity vs. Stagnation (adults) Integrity vs. Despair (older adults)

4 Moral Reasoning – Kohlberg***
Preconventional (I) Obedience – Instrumental –

5 Moral Reasoning - Kohlberg
Conventional (II) Conformist – Social Compliance –

6 Moral Reasoning - Kohlberg
Postconventional (III) Social Contract: Universal Principles:

7 Alligator River Story 1 = most moral 5 = least moral
Gregory Sluggo Ivan Sinbad Abigail

8 Relationships – Love*** (consummate)
Sternberg’s Triangular theory Passion, intimacy, commitment Passionate – sexuality & emotions Companionate – closely bound by activities (intimacy) Commitment – pledge to maintain the relationship Schemas of Mates



11 Relationships - Love Relationships succeed or fail based on handling conflict and frequency of shared happy time Happy Marriage Characteristics:

12 Parenting Styles Authoritarian Attempt to control, shape, evaluate behaviors/attitudes, conduct standards and harsh discipline

13 Parenting Styles Authoritative –
Rational, diplomatic, supportive, loving, committed, children participate in decision-making

14 Parenting Styles Permissive –
Non-punishing, accepting, few demands, use reasoning instead of power

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