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Feldman Module 27

Adolescence

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What is Adolescence? The developmental stage between childhood and adulthood.
What is Puberty? The period at which maturation of the sexual organs occurs, beginning at about age 11 or 12 for girls and 13 or 14 for boys.
Who proposed the set of three levels of moral development, ranging from reasoning based on rewards and punishments to abstract thinking involving concepts of justice? Kohlberg
Who developed the eight stages of psychosocial development? Erickson
According to Erickson, this is a period during early adulthood that focuses on developing close relationships. Intimacy-versus-isolation stage
According to Erickson, a period in middle adulthood during which we take stock of our contributions to family and society. Generativity-versus-stagnation stage
According to Erickson,a period from late adulthood until death during which we review life's accomplishments and failures. Ego-integrity-versus-despair stage
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