cpss416 | undergraduate
Overview Of Adolescent Development
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Unique Challenges Adolescents Face with Regard to Delinquency
- Evaluate the impact of peer pressure, school drop outs, and substance use in relation to adolescent delinquency.
- Determine the physical and developmental changes during puberty and their effects on juvenile delinquency.
- Discuss the theories and development of communication skills in adolescents.
Introduction to Developmental Milestones
- Define heredity and prenatal development.
- Explain the learning processes that occur during infancy.
- Describe adolescent development.
- Explain how a lack of bonding can be a factor in delinquency later in life.
Process of Identity Formation
- Review the cognitive theories of development.
- Apply developmental themes to information processing perspectives.
- Identify trauma and its affect on identity formation in childhood and adolescence.
Moral and Ethical Development
- Identify the developmental trends in gender typing and gender role development.
- Examine the development and fostering of aggression, altruism, and moral development with adolescents.
- Discuss the development themes for family life and the influence of parenting styles and siblings.
- Evaluate the emotional, temperament, attachment, and developmental issues in children and adolescents.
- Evaluate the processes of the development of self and identity formation.
- Categorize gender role standards.
- Identify trends in gender role development.
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