Essay on Psychology and Young People

Submitted By cchapman01
Words: 510
Pages: 3

Essay Plan
Intro: In this essay I will be discussing two life stages…
I will be referring to the PIES that affect the development through the life stage…
The first life stage I will be discussing is…
The physical developments are…
Differs between male and female…
How nature nurture debate influences the physical development…
Evaluate, Positives and Negatives Impact it will have… Diet can affect…nurture Nature, born with it genetics…
Argue both sides.. Nature Nurture debate.Intellectual…Adolescent thinking is on a higher level than that of children. Children are only able to think logically about the concrete, the here and now. Adolescents move beyond these limits. Adolescents can think in terms of what might be true, rather than just in terms of what they see is true. They are able to deal with abstractions, test hypotheses, and see infinite possibilities.
Emotional… shows strong feelings and intense emotions at different times. Moods might seem unpredictable. These emotional ups and downs can lead to increased conflict. Your child’s brain is still learning how to control and express emotions in a grown-up way is more sensitive to your emotions: young people get better at reading and processing other people’s emotions as they get older. While they’re developing these skills, they can sometimes misread facial expressions or body language is more self-conscious, especially about physical appearance and changes. Teenage self-esteem is often affected by appearance – or by how teenagers think they look. As they develop, children might compare their bodies with those of friends and peers goes through a ‘bulletproof’ stage of thinking and acting as if nothing bad could happen to him. Your child’s decision-making skills are still developing, and your child is still learning about the consequences of actions.
Social… searching for identity: young people are busy working out who they are and where they fit in the world. This search can be influenced by gender, peer group, cultural background and family expectations seeking more independence: this is likely to influence the decisions your child makes and the relationships your child…