Psychologists generally agree that developmental change is characterized by Weegy:
Psychologists generally agree that developmental change is characterized by continuous and discontinuous development. Auto answered|Score .9504|jolito098|Points 353|User:
What separates the thinking of adolescents from that of younger childrenNote:
In conflict with their parents, adolescents are more flexible than younger children, but more hostile and rigid compared to adults. [ The topics of conflicts between adolescents and their parents are often about the extent to which parents can control and supervise the adolescent, for instance conflicts about chores, schoolwork, curfew, and the adolescent's right to privacy.
For the first time in their lives adolescents may start to view their friends, their peer group, as more important and influential than their parents or guardians.
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Moving from "concrete" thinking to "abstract" thinking is one of the major changes. Hormonal changes also change the way teenagers view their family and peer group. [ Healthy teens start moving towards more independence and peer groups hold a lot more importance in the way they form their opinions. ] Expert answered|Controler|Points 2166|
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