This essay focuses on adolescent development. Internal physical and psychological changes interact with the external or social changes. The successful achievement and negotiation of the different tasks are therefore interdependent and rely on each other occurring at the appropriate time.
Your work will be evaluated using this criteria. VIEW SCORING GUIDE Competencies Measured By successfully completing this assignment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies and scoring guide criteria: Competency 1: Apply social and developmental theories to adolescent development. Apply one social and one developmental theory to the issue. Competency 2: Describe the physical growth and cognitive development found in adolescence. Describe the factors that influence an adolescent’s cognitive development and physical development related to the issue.
Competency 3: Describe the social relationships and family patterns viewed in adolescent development. Describe family patterns and social relationships that influence the issue. Competency 4: Explain mental health and psychosocial problems common during adolescence. Explain the chosen mental health or psychosocial problem. Competency 5: Apply findings from scholarly literature to issues in adolescent development. Use findings from scholarly literature to an issue in adolescent.
A criticism of many of the models describing the adolescent period is their failure to acknowledge explicitly that the young person is in a “system.” Their position in the system is determined by their relationships with different parts of the system and mediated by both external and internal demands (or tasks).
Internal physical and psychological changes interact with the external or social changes. The successful achievement and negotiation of the different tasks are therefore interdependent and rely on each other occurring at the appropriate time. When these challenges intersect with health or illness, they produce unique communication and management challenges, particularly around risk taking behaviours and adherence to medical advice or regimens
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