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personality the group of behavioral and emotional traits that distinguishes an individual
heredity the sum of the traits that are passed from your ancestors to you
environment all the conditions, objects, and circumstances that surround an individual
growth pattern the unique way a person grows
puberty the time when the body changes from a boy or a girl to a man or a woman
pituitary gland a gland that secretes hormones that trigger puberty
emotional growth continuing refinement of emotions or mental states that cause an individual to act in a certain way
self-concept the way you see yourself
self-esteem how you feel about your self-concept
self-worth a feeling of worthwhileness, adequacy, and belonging
character a sense of right and wrong that guides your behavior
Created by: Zagerr