Ch 11 Lecture Outline

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Human Development and Family Studies
Course Code
HDFS 101
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Jennifer Aberle

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UNIT 3Topic 5 AdolescenceChapter 11 Physical and Cognitive Development in AdolescencePlease note this is an outline of the lecture and the relevant content for Chapter 11 Please structure the notes in a way that facilitate your notetaking and assist you in your readingAIn This Topic1Physical Changes2Adolescent Sexuality3Adolescent health4Changes in thinking and memory5SchoolBPhysical Changes The Brain1Two major growth spurts in teenage yearsa1315 years1Largely related to parts of brain that control spatial perceptions and motor functionsb15 years1Changes in prefrontal cortex responsible for executive processing2Physical Changes Milestones of PubertyaPuberty Changes needed for reproductive maturity1Endocrine glands once body has developed enough proteins glands produce enzymes and send message to brain that says its time to change2Pituitary glands3Physical ChangesSexual Development in Girls Secular TrendaMenarche First menstruation4Physical Changes Endocrine and Reproductive Systems Sex CharacteristicsaPrimary sex characteristics1Males Growth of testes and penis2Females Growth of ovaries uterus and vaginabSecondary sex characteristics
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