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From Piaget's stage theory to sex and gender. Ran out of room for a lot of info like first cycle terminology while appeasing feminist tolerance.
A Time of Tur- moil? Back around the turn of the century, G. Stanley Hall (1904), one of psy- chology’s great pioneers, proposed that the adoles- cent years are character- ized by instability and turmoil. Hall attributed this turmoil to adoles- cents’ erratic physical changes and resultant confusion about self- image. (Weiten2005) Stages of Development A series of education Organization Primary Business Address Your Address Line 2 Your Address Line 3 Your Address Line 4 Phone: 555-555-5555 Fax: 555-555-5555 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Piaget’s Stage Theory Sensorimotor period, lasts from birth to about age two. Object permanence develops when a child recognizes that objects continue to exist even when they are no lo0nger visi- ble. Preoperational Period, from around age two to seven. Con- servation, Centration, Irrevers- ibility, Egocentrism, Animism Concrete Operational Period, Usually lasts from around age seven to Eleven. Can now work with hierarchical classifi- cation problems. Are there more flowers or carnations? Formal Operational Period, begins around the age of elev- en. Parents can expect to see more systematic problem- solving efforts. period during which characteristic patterns of behavior are exhibited and certain capacities become established. One major stage is puberty. Where transsexual can describe a males first erection or a females first cycle. Often during these times hormone changes occur where a person may not feel as self. The body having new capabilities at times the individual needs help from family, schools and media to teach explanations for what is happening. Where transexual, the transition of male and female sex characteristics within knowledge. The process of getting an erection is a transsexual experience. Transgender, the transition of mas- culine and feminine characteristics within knowledge. The neurobiology explaining observable of what is seen of the culturally constructed distinctions between masculinity and femininity. Examples may include a male not feeling mascu- line as a father (penis envy could explain) or a daughter feeling less feminine from a first menstrual cycle (uterus envy) What is Sex? The biologically based categories of male and female. (Weiten 2005) Sex characteristics include; a cer- tain combination of gonads, chro- mosomes, external genitalia, sec- ondary sex characteristics, and hormonal balances. Secondary Sex Charac- teristics First, primary sex characteristics are the sexual structures necessary for reproduction. Secondary are physical features that are associat- ed with gender (ie,voice,etc.,.), but that are not directly involved in reproduction. Where gender alone is describable of masculine and feminine qualities. Though observa- ble and interpretable. The pituitary gland contributing to the endocrine system based off visual stimuli of determining masculine and femi- nine does not alone make a person male and female. Transexual/Transgender Often families, schools and media find the task of educating youth during certain developmental stag- es. As a stage is, a developmental