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  • By age 15, most teens will experience
  • Omg! When did those appear?!
  • several physical changes associated with puberty.
  • (Northshore 2017)
  • During the formal operational stage, from age 12 to adulthood, people develop the ability
  • I better stay smart and think about my future and not boys
  • (psychology.jrank.org 2017)
  • to think logically and systematically and to understand abstractions and the concepts of causality and choice
  • As your child transitions into an adult
  • I love being with my friends.
  • , he or she will become more independent
  • Just leave me alone in my own room!!
  • and may seek to spend less time with the family.
  • Primary Theorist - Albert Bandura Main Focus - The relationship between social
  • I cannot wait to see that happen!
  • I want to go to college just like you one day!
  • (actforyouth.net 2004)
  • I am going to get a job and work as hard as you one day.
  • and environmental factors and their influence on behavior. Children learn through modeling.
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