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Task 1: Select a lifespan stage to research for the assignment. (Adolescence)
Task 2: Select and describe three key developmental changes (these may be physical, cognitive and/or psychosocial) an individual may experience during the selected lifespan stage.
Task 3: Examine ways in which the family/household may enhance and inhibit an individual’s experiences of each of the key developmental changes described.
Task 4: Select one other setting (i.e. not the family) from Bronfenbrenner’s Ecological Model and describe how this may enhance and inhibit an individual’s experiences of each of the key developmental changes described.
Adolescence Stage Lifespan
Length: 8 pages (2243 Words)
When we talk about the lifespan of a person, we define it as the age-related changes, which occur in a person’s life from birth to their old age. There are six stages of lifespan which include; infancy, childhood, adolescence, early adulthood, middle age and older age. We often attribute each stage with its own development stages and characteristic changes of the individual be it psychological, cognitive or physical. This paper will be looking into one single stage of focus, and that will be the adolescence stage where we will be discussing the key aspects of this stage including its developmental stages and how they affect the individual.