Describes the Developmental Behavior of Adolescents
Adolescents can build formal systems and reason general theories. These systems and theories can extend beyond practical experience into more abstract concepts. The empirical concrete experiences of earlier childhood are no longer required, instead an adolescent can consider abstract principles like concepts about justice and fairness, or contemplate abstract principles like human rights, love and human existence.
The adolescent is able to think hypothetically and reason deductively, and are able to conduct research on formularized ideas. …
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