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the physical changes that occur in the body as a child develops into an adult
Physical changes during puberty for girls
Hips become wider, Pubic hair on pubic region, breasts develop, first period.
Physical changes during puberty for boys
Shoulders get wider, acne/pimples, muscles become bigger, voice gets deeper, genitals become larger, facial hair, underarm hair, hair on pubic region.
Physical changes for girls and boys during puberty
Underarm hair, acne/ pimples, growth in weight and height, mood swings, greasy hair, hair on pubic region.
Emotional change during puberty
Self-concept: How you see yourself. May have different views about different aspects of themselves, such as their academic ability, social skills and physical capabilities. Self-concept also influences the formation of an individual's identity.
Controls the body
Main organ of the nervous system that controls body activities
Social change during puberty
Peer pressure & wanting to spend more time with friends.
Emotional change: Awareness of emotions:
how individuals identify which emotions they are feeling.
Chemical substances that help regulate many of your body's functions
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