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Adolescence

chapter 16

TermDescription
Puberty period of human development during which people became able to reproduce
Hormones chemical substances made and released in 1 part of the body that cause a change in another part of the body
Male Hormone Testosterone
Female Hormone estrogen and progesterone are released
Adolescence the time between puberty and full maturation
Young Adulthood 21-35 ; physical changes slow down and many people enter a period of peak health
Middle Adulthood 35-65 ; Physically- muscle tone and strength may diminish during middle adulthood but they can be maintained with regular exercise
Midlife crisis the sense of uncertainty about one's identity that some people experience in midlife
Older Adulthood 65-older ;Do not recover from illness quickly and social and financially lives change significantly after retirement
Alzheimer's disease one gradually loses mental capacity and the ability to carry out daily activities
Created by: Leyiah_35