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Z Pediatrics USMLE

Adolescence

QuestionAnswer
Physical changes (puberty) - rapid growth, secondary sex characteristics Early adolescence (10-14)
Compare themselves to peers Early adolescence (10-14)
Develop body image Early adolescence (10-14)
concrete thinking Early adolescence (10-14)
develop self esteem Early adolescence (10-14)
sense of identity Middle adolescence (15-16)
mood swings common Middle adolescence (15-16)
abstract thinking Middle adolescence (15-16)
one-sided relationships Middle adolescence (15-16)
narcissictic Middle adolescence (15-16)
less self-centered Late adolescence >17
relationships with individuals rather than groups Late adolescence >17
contemplate future goals Late adolescence >17
idealistic, have sense of right and wrong Late adolescence >17
Created by: christinapham