Characteristics of adolescent   (Academic, Social, Emotional and Cognitive)

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What are the four aspects of intellectual development?
A
Language, problem solving, emotional and creative thinking
B
Money, memory, thinking and emotions
C
Brain, blood vessels, lungs and heart
D
Creative thinking, memory, language development and problem solving
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Question 2 [CLICK ON ANY CHOICE TO KNOW MCQ multiple objective type questions RIGHT ANSWER]
According to research, your experiences can alter your brain.
A
change
B
appear
C
sustain
D
preserve
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All three theories of media influence emphasize that adolescents
A
have inappropriate or inaccurate expectations for how people are supposed to behave.
B
model the behaviors and physical characteristics of the people they see in movies, television shows, and magazines.
C
are overly focused on substance use, sexual behaviors, and physical appearance.
D
come to believe that what they see in the media is the reality in their world.
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Forgetting is the inability, often temporary but possibly permanent, to retrieve previously learned information
A
True
B
False
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Which term best describes adolscence?
A
endpoint
B
Transition
C
Beginning
D
Maturity
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