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A Fourteen year old girls Dilemma. This case study is on adolescent psychology which creates hypothetical cases. It discusses about the girls issues and how different age group can provide different solution to the adolescent issues

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A Fourteen year old girl's Dilemma Abstract/Introduction The case describes of a young 14 year old girl who is in dilemma to take a decision. This case study is on adolescent psychology which creates hypothetical cases. It discusses about the girls issues and how different age group can provide different solution to the adolescent issues and. The purpose of this case study is to develop psychology traits among the students and to impart how adolescent changes from middle childhood to adolescence and from early to late adolescence. Details of Case The case describes of a 14 year old girl Cindy who lives with her divorced mother. ...read more.

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Cindy is facing a serious values conflict what she should be doing or not. Case Issue The case covers gamut of adolescent development issues and areas of concern. In this case study Cindy is in a dilemma of a value conflict. Case Analysis Hypothetical Thoughts In this case there can be various hypothetical thought. The case covers gamut of adolescent developmental issues and many concern areas. Cindy may think as per dual-process cognition. For Cindy's posing nude could open doors for her to become a model. She will also be paid well and with the money she can buy her own clothes rather depending on her mother. ...read more.

Conclusion

Also another instance where she stopped going to her dad's house her step brothers woulds see her in pajymas. In case of Cindy parenting patterns, and divorce has affected her adolescent development Peer relationships in adolescence Peer relationships play a crucial role for the development during adolescence. In this case she may reach out a close friend from whom she use to share all her feelings. Conclusion The case highlights the various complexity of adolescent development. This case study will encourage different viewpoints at different age group what they think of an adolescent issue. There can be multiple answers to the scenario she may approach to her peers, parents, a school teacher or anyone who is very close to her. ...read more.

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