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What are the main areas of transition in adolescence?

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Fung
4 June 2021
What are the main areas of transition in adolescence?

What are the main areas of transition in adolescence?

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Will Chan
4 June 2021

You are welcome.

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Fung
4 June 2021

Thanks so much.

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Will Chan
4 June 2021

Adolescence is the period of transition from childhood to adulthood, of
variable duration and with variable rates of change. Variably synchronised
development occurs in the following domains:
• Physical — puberty ( physical growth, secondary sexual characteris-
tics, and reproductive capability).
• Psychological — development of independence and autonomy.
• Cognitive — moving from concrete to abstract thought.
• Emotional — shifting from narcissistic to mutually caring relationships.
• Social — peer group influences, formation of intimate relationships,
decisions about future vocation
Adolescence is the period of transition from childhood to adulthood, of
variable duration and with variable rates of change. Variably synchronised
development occurs in the following domains:
• Physical — puberty ( physical growth, secondary sexual characteris-
tics, and reproductive capability).
• Psychological — development of independence and autonomy.
• Cognitive — moving from concrete to abstract thought.
• Emotional — shifting from narcissistic to mutually caring relationships.
• Social — peer group influences, formation of intimate relationships,
decisions about future vocation
Adolescence is the period of transition from childhood to adulthood, of
variable duration and with variable rates of change. Variably synchronised
development occurs in the following domains:
• Physical — puberty ( physical growth, secondary sexual characteris-
tics, and reproductive capability).
• Psychological — development of independence and autonomy.
• Cognitive — moving from concrete to abstract thought.
• Emotional — shifting from narcissistic to mutually caring relationships.
• Social — peer group influences, formation of intimate relationships,
decisions about future vocation
Adolescence is the period of transition from childhood to adulthood, of
variable duration and with variable rates of change. Variably synchronised
development occurs in the following domains:
• Physical — puberty ( physical growth, secondary sexual characteris-
tics, and reproductive capability).
• Psychological — development of independence and autonomy.
• Cognitive — moving from concrete to abstract thought.
• Emotional — shifting from narcissistic to mutually caring relationships.
• Social — peer group influences, formation of intimate relationships,
decisions about future vocation
Adolescence is the period of transition from childhood to adulthood, of
variable duration and with variable rates of change. Variably synchronised
development occurs in the following domains:
• Physical — puberty ( physical growth, secondary sexual characteris-
tics, and reproductive capability).
• Psychological — development of independence and autonomy.
• Cognitive — moving from concrete to abstract thought.
• Emotional — shifting from narcissistic to mutually caring relationships.
• Social — peer group influences, formation of intimate relationships,
decisions about future vocation
Adolescence is the period of transition from childhood to adulthood, of
variable duration and with variable rates of change. Variably synchronised
development occurs in the following domains:
• Physical — puberty ( physical growth, secondary sexual characteris-
tics, and reproductive capability).
• Psychological — development of independence and autonomy.
• Cognitive — moving from concrete to abstract thought.
• Emotional — shifting from narcissistic to mutually caring relationships.
• Social — peer group influences, formation of intimate relationships,
decisions about future vocation
Adolescence is the period of transition from childhood to adulthood, of
variable duration and with variable rates of change. Variably synchronised
development occurs in the following domains:
• Physical — puberty ( physical growth, secondary sexual characteris-
tics, and reproductive capability).
• Psychological — development of independence and autonomy.
• Cognitive — moving from concrete to abstract thought.
• Emotional — shifting from narcissistic to mutually caring relationships.
• Social — peer group influences, formation of i

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