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Early Adulthood. Cognitive Development. Piaget’s Formal Operation stage Postformal thought Perry’s theory-dualistic thinking-dividing information Relativistic thinking-not absolute truth but multiple truths. Schaie’s theory.

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cognitive development
Cognitive Development
  • Piaget’s Formal Operation stage
  • Postformal thought
  • Perry’s theory-dualistic thinking-dividing information
  • Relativistic thinking-not absolute truth but multiple truths
schaie s theory
Schaie’s theory
  • Acquisitive stage (childhood and adolescence)-knowledge acquisition
  • Achieving stage-(early adulthood)
  • People must adapt their cognitive skills to situations that profound effect on long-term goals
  • Focus on applying knowledge to everyday life
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Physical Changes
    • Change in lifestyle
      • Stress
      • Hypertension
      • Heart disease
      • Substance abuse
      • Smoking
      • Alcohol
      • obesity
    • Focus on exercise and diet for healthy lifestyle
immune system
Immune system
  • T cells-form in the born marrow and mature in the thymus and attack antigens
  • The immune system increases during adolescence and decreases after 20 years of age
reproduction
Reproduction
  • Increase of first births in women in 30s
  • Age affects male reproductive capacity especially after 40
selecting a vocation
Selecting a vocation
  • Fantasy period
  • Tentative period
  • Realistic period
  • Gender stereotypes-table 13.2
emotional development
Emotional Development
  • Table 14.1
  • Intimacy vs. isolation
  • Careers
  • Intimacy
  • Age 30 transition
  • Social clock
  • Mate selection
more emotional development
More Emotional Development
  • Friendships
  • Leaving home
  • Starting families
  • Parenthood
  • Divorce
  • Childlessness
  • Establishing a career