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Development Stages in Middle and Late Adolescence

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Transcript of Development Stages in Middle and Late Adolescence

Adolescence
the period following the onset of puberty during which a young person develops from a child into an adult.
Eight Stages
of
Human Development
Adolescence - Identity vs Role Confusion
Young Adulthood - Intimacy vs Isolation
Adulthood - Generativity vs Stagnation
Maturity - Integrity vs Despair
Role Confusion
Confusion over one's self concept
Development Stages in Middle and Late Adolescence
Physically
Cognitively
Psychologically
Socially
Spiritually
Erik Erikson
German-born American developmental psychologist and psychoanalyst known for his theory on psychosocial development of human beings.
Infancy - Trust vs Mistrust
Early Childhood - Autonomy vs Shame
Late Childhood - Initiative vs Guilt
School Age - Industry vs Inferiority
Identity
concept of individual referred to as ''Self Identity"
Changes
Puberty kicks in and fueled by the hormonal changes that pushing toward sexual maturation
Experimentation is common activity among adolescence
Socializing among male and female adolescence occur
Sexual Experimentation also happens
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