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Upcoming ScheduleTerm 2
  • Last Friday Nature/Nurture Film and Worksheet
  • Today Introduce Myth 6
  • Lifelines
  • Thursday The Psychology of Fear
  • Pop-up Pages
  • Next Week Continue Myth 6
  • Masks Given Next Week!
  • Pay 3

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Myth 6 Adolescence is Inevitably a Time of
Psychological Turmoil
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Nature vs. Nurture
  • Nature
  • Nurture
  • Our inherent (inborn) abilities, talents,
    capacities.
  • We are who we are from the inside (biology) out
  • Includes
  • genetics, biological processes/brain/chemicals
  • Our learned skills, abilities, talents and
    capacities.
  • We are who we are from the outside (environment)
    in.
  • Includes Learning from
  • experience, conditioning, training, observation,
    practice, reward, punishment,teachers, friends,
    society, parents, etc.

4
Genie the Wild Child
  • As you watch, make a claim and gather evidence to
    support that claim. Is Genie the product of her
    nature or her nurture?
  • https//www.youtube.com/watch?vhmdycJQi4QA

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What was your argument?
  • What evidence did you find to support your
    argument?

6
Where Do You Stand?
  • Mark the line. What have you been most
    influenced by in your life?

7
Developmental Psychology
  • Developmental psychologists study the lifespan
    from prenatal development (in utero) through
    death.
  • They research THREE major areas of development
  • Physical Development
  • Cognitive Development
  • Social Development

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Adolescence
  • This unit revolves around the period of your
    lifespan that falls between childhood and
    independent adulthood.
  • Our society defines adolescence as the period
    time that begins with puberty (physical
    maturation) and ends with social and financial
    independence (adulthood).

9
Lifeline
  • Before we reflect on the myth of adolescence,
    lets talk about some of the major influences in
    your life physically, cognitively, and socially.
  • Complete your lifeline.

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Upcoming Schedule
  • Last Class (Nov. 5)
  • Finalize Phobias/Fears
  • Pop-up Pages/Turn in Notes
  • Finalize Lifelines/Share
  • Monday (Nov. 9)
  • Adolescent Physical Development
  • Adolescent Cognitive Development
  • Wednesday (Nov. 11)
  • Finalize Adolescent Cognitive Development
  • Begin Adolescent Social Development
  • Masks/Guidelines

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Reflection
  • 4. What were the major influences?
  • What did you have in common? What were your
    differences?

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Adolescence
  • Storm and stress G. Stanley Hall (1904)
  • To be normal during the adolescent period is by
    itself abnormal. Anna Freud (1958)
  • The teenage years can be a parents worst
    nightmare. Dr. Phil
  • How do your responses compare?

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6. Sources of the Myth
  1. Stereotyped media portrayals
  2. Kernel of truth

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What Do People Think?
  • The majority of adolescents show neurotic or
    antisocial behavior sometime during adolescence.
  • 62 of medical residents agree
  • 58 of nurses agree
  • Describe some shows/books/news portrayals that
  • support this statement.

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The Facts
  • At most 20 of adolescents experience turmoil
  • Less in non-Western societies
  • The substantial majority of people experience
    positive moods and harmonious relationships with
    parents and peers.
  • Those that experience severe conflict with
    parents tend to also exhibit one or both of the
    following
  • Clear-cut psychological problems
    (depression/conduct disorder)
  • Disrupted family backgrounds

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7. Three Components of this Myth(Where does the
kernel come from?)
  1. Conflict with parents (cognitive and social)
  2. Moody instability (physical)
  3. Risky behavior (physical and social)

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Risky Behavior/Emotional Changes and PHYSICAL
Development
  • Puberty
  • Define The beginning of adolescence.
  • Marked by the beginning of physical and
  • reproductive maturation.

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Primary and Secondary Sex Characteristics
  • 9. Primary
  • 10. Secondary
  • Required for reproduction
  • Only one per sex
  • Testes Mature Males
  • Ovaries Mature Females
  • Any trait that develops at the same time as
    primary traits develop. NOT required for
    reproduction
  • Bonus traits that develop asymetrically
  • Examples?

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Upcoming Schedule
  • Today Finalize physical development
  • Cognitive development
  • Begin social development
  • OM-EIS (inventory)
  • Mask Project/Guidelines
  • Friday Finalize Myth 6
  • Begin Test (if time)
  • Tuesday Continue Test/Myth 6
  • Thursday Finalize Test/Myth 6
  • Notebook Check
  • Personality Quizzes DUE
  • Missing/Late Work DUE
  • Notes Myth 6 DUE

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12. Dr. Sarah-Jayne Blakemore
  • http//www.ted.com/talks/sarah_jayne_blakemore_the
    _mysterious_workings_of_the_adolescent_brain.html

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13. Physical Development and the Myth
  • Moody instability (secondary characteristics,
    amygdala)
  • Risky behavior (prefrontal cortex, amygdala)

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14. Jean Piaget
  • Developmental psychologist
  • Outlined the stages of COGNITIVE development
  • Piaget agreed that cognitive processes followed a
    series of stages, and even though certain
    children may reach stages before other children,
    the order of stages is unvariable. 

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15. Cognitive Development
  • Cognition
  • All the mental activities associated with
    thinking, knowing, remembering, and communicating

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Answer the following questions on your own. List
EVERYTHING you can think of .
  • 16. Paperclip
  • 17. Three arms

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Concrete vs. Formal Operational Thought
  • Concrete (7-12)
  • 18. Formal (12 ?)
  • Object must be present to think about it
  • Logical thought
  • Rational thought
  • Experience-based
  • Objects dont need to be present to think about
    them
  • Logical thought
  • Rational thought
  • Abstract thought
  • Hypothetical thought
  • Reasoning not tied to experience
  • Imagination, flexibility, range of comprehension
  • http//educ613piaget.weebly.com/formal-operational
    -stage.html
  • Arithemetic vs. Algebra
  • Sarcasm

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19. Do you think formally or concretely most of
the time? Explain.
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20. Name some common issues teens face socially.
  • List anything and everything you can think of.

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21. Erik Erikson
  • Developmental psychologist
  • Said that we go through eight stages of social
    development in our lifespan
  • Each stage involves an internal conflict that
    must be resolved
  • If we dont resolve the conflict, we will fixate
    on it throughout our lifespan until it is
    resolved and it might affect later stages

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Erik EriksonIdentity vs. Role Confusion
  • The primary social accomplishment for
    adolescents, according to Erikson is to develop
    an identity or live a life filled with role
    confusion.
  • Teenagers work at refining a sense of self by
    testing roles and then integrating them to form a
    single identity, or they become confused about
    who they are.

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Mask Projects
  • See Guidelines
  • ..\Administrative\Mask Project.wpd

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24. James Marcia
  • Take the OM EIS to determine your Ego Identity
    Status
  • Objective Measure of Ego Identity Status
  • Where are you in the process of forming your
    identity?
  • Answer each question as honestly as you can.

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Scoring
  • Add the numbers you listed for the following
    questions four separate categories. Circle your
    high score at the end.
  • 1. 3, 17, 21, 24, 27, 28, 37, 38, 39, 41, 44, 50,
    58, 62, 63, 64 
  • 2. 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 10, 16, 19, 23, 25, 29, 30, 52,
    53, 56, 59
  • 3. 8, 13, 15, 18, 20, 22, 33, 35, 40, 42, 45, 46,
    49, 51, 55, 60
  • 4. 5, 9, 11, 12, 14, 26, 31, 32, 34, 36, 43, 47,
    48, 54, 57, 61

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What is Your Stage of Identity Formation?
  • Foreclosure - 1
  • Diffusion - 2
  • Achievement - 3
  • Moratorium - 4

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24. The Identity Crisis (Marcia)
  • Stage 1 (moratorium)
  • Stage 2 (achieved)
  • separate from parents/authority (figurative)
  • challenge their ideals
  • role play
  • experiment with selves
  • make peer comparisons/interactions
  • rebel
  • take risks
  • think about and process this experience
  • determine identity
  • settle into a personality
  • plan for the future
  • set goals for school/work
  • Answer the question - Who am I?

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The Four Stages
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25. What Did Your Score Mean?
  • Foreclosure
  • Commitment without crisis
  • Not yourself foreclose on anothers identity
  • Rigid
  • Fearful
  • Delayed
  • Diffusion
  • No crisis or commitment (early in adolescence)
  • No desire to test roles/take risks
  • Pre moratorium

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25. What Did Your Score Mean
  • Moratorium
  • Crisis without commitment (yet)
  • In midst of stage 1
  • Achieved
  • Crisis and commitment
  • May return to moratorium
  • Completed stage 1 and in stage 2

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Parenting Styles and Identity Formation
  • Increased conflict with parents is a common
    concern.
  • Is it as common as one would think?
  • 80 of adolescents report that they enjoy time
    spent with their parents and that they rarely
    fight or argue
  • 20 do report consistent conflict here is our
    kernal.

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26. Perhaps the Conflict Relates to the Style of
Parenting Used
  • Authoritarian
  • Authoritative
  • Strict
  • Totalitarian
  • Rule-focused
  • Structured
  • Control-oriented
  • Punishment
  • No questioning
  • -? Foreclosure more often
  • -? Conflict more often
  • Structured
  • Rules and consequences
  • Consistent
  • Warm, yet not a pushover
  • Discuss rules openly
  • Child has an influence connects to the why?
    without being in control
  • -?Moratorium and Identity Formation more often
  • Conflicts resolved

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26. Perhaps the Conflict Relates to the Style of
Parenting Used
  • Permissive
  • Rejecting-Neglecting
  • Few rules
  • Inconsistent
  • Seeks childs approval
  • Child in control
  • -?Extended diffusion
  • Conflict arises when parent attempts to assert
    control
  • No interaction
  • No parenting
  • No emotional bond
  • No desire to connect

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Evaluate
  • 27. What types of parenting do your parents use
    most of the time?
  • How has this affected your relationship?
  • How does the crisis (moratorium) perhaps relate
    to the increase in parental conflict?
  • https//www.youtube.com/watch?v29hzaoWOksE
  • Overall, what do you know about yourself now?

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Test Evaluate Characters in a Film
  • Test Score
  • Open-Note
  • Three Days of Watching
  • Answers
  • Phones
  • THURSDAY
  • Notebook Check
  • Personality Quizzes Due
  • Missing/Late Work Due (Check your grades!)
  • Notes Myth 6 Due

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What is Adolescence?
  • https//www.polleverywhere.com/free_text_polls/HdK
    jiNJOGYKVPMq
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