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Erikson
7-12 years(school age)
11-20 (adolescent)
20-35
7-12: industry inferiority, how to be productive and do your job
11-20: identity role confusion
20-35: intimacy isolation
Piaget
7-12 years
11-20
20-35
7-12: concrete operations, ability to develop if-then hypothesis
11-20: formal operations
20-35:
Freud
7-12 years
11-20
20-35
7-12: latency
11-20: genital
20-35
School age
physical
cognitive
social
moral
physical - almost complete myelination except frontal lobe

cognitive: concrete operations - recog shape may change, but amount remains the same, develop classification systems,

social - harsh and long lasting social judgments, social approval reltated to being helpful/following rules, hero worship

moral: judgments based on group rule, cooperative-->competitive play, rules
early adolescence 11-14
physical
mental
physical - menstruation,pubic hair,independent activites from parents
mid adolescence
14-16
rapid height increase in boys, full breast/testes
identity/role confusion occupational choices and identify personal values
Formal operations
ability to use abstract thought, develop/test hypothesis

formal operations, only 35% of late adolescents acheive this ability
concrete vs formal operations
concrete: ability to perform simple logical operations, conservation or the ability to know that, for example, if water from a full cup is transferred to another receptacle that it will retain the same quantity no matter what shape it is rearranged in

formal:acquisition of the ability to think abstractly and draw conclusions from the information available
middle adolescent moral development
postconventional morality - ideas of right and wrong
self-defined morality
judgment based on realistic moral principle
late adolescent 17+
intimacy, career planning, Postconventional morality
STD's
whats most common among adolescent females

15-19 yr old Females have highest rates of what
chlamydia

gonorrhea
Mental retardation
IQ 2 standard deviations below mean
mild = 50-70
severe= 20-40
profound= below 20-25

85% are mild/moderate
15% with specific etiologies like downs or fragile X(single gene mutation on Xq27)
DBD
3
disruptive behavior disorder

ADHD garlic and onion kids not bothersome to themselves only others, deficit of inhibition, frontal cortex cant say slow down(hyperactivity,impulsivity,inattention)

ODD - opositional defiant disorder: defiant but follows social norms
conduct disorder - serious and persistent violation of social norms
criteria for having ADHD
has to have it in more than one setting, at least 6 months
Tourettes
dopaminergic dysregulation in caudate nucleus

dopamine antagonist