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. What would you like to do?
What is the result of moritorium?
Which parenting style produces the best results?
What is identity?
A choherent conception of the self, made up on goals, values, and beliefs to which a person is solidly committed.
What is Piaget's final stage?
- Formal operational thinking
- --- abstract thoughts
What are the second and third leading causes of death in adolescents?
- 2nd: Firearms
- 3rd: Suicide
What is the leading of cause of death in adolescents?
What is an example of a secondary sexual characteristic?
What is an example of a primary sexual characteristic?
What ends childhood?
What is the most common psychiatric disorder found in children?
Oppositional defiant disorder
Which type of agression do kids use to effect someone's reputation?
Which type of agression do kids use to harm someone?
Which type of agression do kids use just to get something?
When do children begin to see co-regulation and what is it?
- -7-9 years old
- -share with parent responsibility of their decisions
Children ages 7-8 go through Erikson's stage of working hard vs falling behind, also known as _____ vs_____.
It is the _____ crisis in of Erikson's phycosocial development.
- -Idustry vs Inferiority
What are the two types of delinquency?
- Early onset: 11 years old
- Late onset: after puberty
The more independence a teen has the more _____ they have as well.
Adolecent rebellion: Teens want _____, _____, and _____.
- 1. Privacy
- 2. Independence
- 3. Alone time
What is the most common STD?
What is sexual identity?
Seeing onself as s sexual being, recognizing one's sexual orientation, coming to terms with sexual stirrings, and forming romantic or sexual attachments.
What is a sexually transmitted disease (STD)?
A disease spread by sexual contact
How many teens actually rebel?
What is adolecent rebellion?
Pattern of emotional turmoil, characteristics of a minority of adolescents, which may involve conflict with family, alienation from adult society, reckless behavior, and rejection of adult values.
What is collective efficacy?
Strength of social connections within a neighborhood and the extent to which residents monitor or supervise each other's children
What is adolescence?
Developmental transition between childhood and adulthood entailing major physical, cognitive, and psychosocial changes.
What is puberty?
Process by which a person attains sexual maturity and the ability to reproduce.
What is adrenarche
Maturing of adrenal glands
What is gonadarche?
Maturing of the sex organs and the appearance of more obvious pubertal changes
What is dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA)?
Secreted by the adrenal glands which plays a part in the growth of pubic, axillary, and facial hair, as well as in faster body growth, oilier skin, and the development of body odor
What is a sharp increase in height and weight that preceds sexual maturity?
Adolescent growth spurt
What is spermarche?
A boys first ejaculation
What is menarche?
A girls first menstration
What is anorexia-nervosa?
Self Starvation – distorted self image – although severely underweight they see themselves as fat
What is bulimia nervosa?
Eating disorder in which a person regularly eats huge quantities of food and then purges the body by laxatives, induced vomiting, fasting, or excessive exercise
What are the three most commonly used drugs?
Alcohol, Marijuana, and Tobacco
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