How do parent–child relationships change in adolescence?

How do parent–child relationships change in adolescence?.

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*** a. How do parent–child relationships change in adolescence? Do these changes indicate a period of storm and stress?
b. What factors lead boys to perpetrate dating violence? Would some of these be more likely in early, middle, and late adolescence?
c. Some sexually active teenagers do not use contraceptives. how do the reasons for this failure show connections among cognitive, social, and emotional development?
d. how do the personality types in Holland’s theory relate to the types of intelligence proposed by Howard Gardner, described in Chapter 6?
e. Describe potential biological and environmental contributions to delinquency.
f. how does depression illustrate the interaction of biological, psychological, and sociocultural forces on development?
g. Why are formal rites of passage important? What has West- ern society lost by eliminating them? What has it gained?
h. Why is understanding how rites of passage occur in different cultures important?
i. Many young adults seemingly get more confused about what field they want to major in and less certain about what they know as they progress through college. From a cognitive-developmental approach, why does this happen?
j. Political movements often are led by a combination of late adolescents or young adults and older adults. According to cognitive-developmental theory, why would this tend to be the case?

• Young Adults and the Social Scene
2. The Physical, Cognitive, and Personality Development for Young Adults

Kail, R., & Cavanaugh, J. (2017). Essentials of human development: A Life-Span View (2nd ed.) Cengage. ISBN-10: 1-305-50458-5; ISBN-13: 978-1-305-50458-5
Power Points
•?????????Chapter 9: Moving into the Adult Social World: Socioemotional Development in Adolescence
•?????????Chapter 10: Becoming an Adult: Physical, Cognitive, and Personality Development in Young Adulthood

•?????????Lajuti, G. (2015, December 17). Development psychology (Early adulthood) [Video File]. Retrieved from

How do parent–child relationships change in adolescence?