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  1. Gizberg's Stages of Career Choice
  2. Secondary Sex Characteristics
  3. Kohlberg's Stages of Moral Reasoning
  4. The Prefrontal Cortex
  5. Concrete Operations:
  1. a The part of the brain that is underdeveloped in adolescent development and is believed to lead to impulsive, risky behavior. It is fully developed by the age of 25.
  2. b Fantasy Period: career choices are made and discarded.
    Tentative Period: Begin to think pragmatically about career choices.
    Realistic Period: Explore career choices through experiences/training and settle on a career commitment.
  3. c Preconventional: rewards and punishment
    Conventional: "good" boy or "bad" boy
    Postconventional: concerned about the greater good
  4. d The visible signs of sexual maturity that do not involve the sex organs directly.
  5. e The period of cognitive development between 7 and 12 years of age, characterized by the active and appropriate use of logic.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. The View of American society as a "melting pot" in which all cultures are amalgated
  2. Do more or less of 16-17 year olds have jobs? and 58% of 15 year olds do.
  3. The ability to take multiple aspects of a situation into account.
  4. Imaginary Audience "everybody's watching"
  5. The maitence of one's original cultural identity while becoming integrated inot the majority culture.

5 True/False questions

  1. Personal Fablesmakes adolescene feel invincible

          

  2. AndrogensDo more or less of 16-17 year olds have jobs? and 58% of 15 year olds do.

          

  3. Learning Disabilitiesmakes adolescene feel invincible

          

  4. Formal OperationsThe period of cognitive development between 7 and 12 years of age, characterized by the active and appropriate use of logic.

          

  5. 60%Percent of teens who start college and actually finish.

          

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