3 most important non-physical areas of development in a child, assignment help

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If you were given the task to defend why a particular child had moved solidly into adolescence, what would be the 3 most important non-physical areas of development you would examine to make the decision (i.e., some specific cognitive or psychosocial characteristic/skill)?  In addition, describe how you would expect an adolescent to function differently in each of these 3 characteristics/skills you have selected.

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Psychological Development in Adolescents
Introduction
As children grow from stage into stage, their bodies and minds develop to reflect these changes.
Whereas the physical changes are easily noticeable, it is not easy to monitor the growth in mental
complexities. The psychological changes in adolescents have left many scientists in awe due to
the varying degrees of emotions displayed as the children into young adults. In addition, some
adolescents displays a refined thought process while some regrettably, do not conform to
adulthood. This discourse examines the various cognitive skills prevalent in a solidly matured
adolescent and what informs such development.
Main Areas of Cognitive Development
As children advance fr...

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