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Adolescence: Crash Course Psychology #20

Adolescence: Crash Course Psychology #20

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Adolescence: Crash Course Psychology #20
Want more videos about psychology every Monday and Thursday? Check out our sister channel SciShow Psych at https://www.youtube.com/scishowpsych! In this episode of Crash Course Psychology, Hank has a look at that oh so troublesome time in everyone's life: Adolescence! He talks about identity, individuality, and The Breakfast Club. -- Table of Contents Erikson's 8 Stages of Progressive Psychosocial Development 02:08:00 Emerging Adulthood 03:41:00 Fluid & Crystalline Intelligence 06:53:00 Dementia & Alzheimer's Disease 08:10:00 -- Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/YouTubeCrashCourse Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/TheCrashCourse Tumblr - http://thecrashcourse.tumblr.com Support CrashCourse on Subbable: http://subbable.com/crashcourse
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Fallen Angel says:

I want the fishy on the table ☺️

Dean P says:

Todd Howard rapidly ages. 6:25

sahlo folina says:

my mom is taking a phycology class in college and rn she’s watching this video. Saving this vid to watch later

argentum says:

i learned this video by heart, my ap psych teacher is a monster

Даниил Гуров says:

Great video! What may I read to know more about fluid intelligence and adolescent psychology?

Tate Simonson says:

Thank everything that is good in the world for all these crash course videos. They are extremely interesting and a necessity for college

marwah maher says:

6:44
Remainder for myself.

PhaZer 10 says:

Umm. Im 14, and my thinking is more on the crystallization intelligence side

SabrinaMBowen says:

My high school did Saturday detention, but I don't think they do now. The entire district has gotten away from the idea of detention or punishment at all. Instead, they tend to lean on therapy sessions with the guidance department and more positive themes within the school as a whole. Personally, I'd rather just take the detention than have to deal with weeks of visits with a counselor, especially if I get to take that detention with a young Judd Nelson – yumm!

ethan manaois says:

ARE YOU A RAPPER?!?!?!?!?!?!?

Tammy Woods says:

Class of 2000. We had Saturday school

Maddi Boyle says:

my great-grandma lived until she was 98 and her health didn't even really start to decline until the last 6 months of her life so Id say she lived a pretty good life

Zane Cosgrove says:

When I got to 30 years of age finally it all made sense… I wish someone told me that before, not to stress, not to rush during my 20's but that's life and valuable lessons learned either way

Emily says:

We used this in my summer grad school class! Thank you 🙂

Maggie Howell says:

do they ever talk about ADD and ADHD?

You Said What? Nani? says:

Now I am more prepared for bunny girl senpai

Noshen Qureshi says:

The focus of this video was more on adulthood than adolescence🙄

Tom McMorrow says:

When I was 16, all I wanted was to stand out by being emo in highschool (back in 2004 this was a big trend).
From about 19 to 24 I went through another stand out phase, this time by being a total stoner hippie.
Around 25 I started to settle into much more of a conformist, and by 31 I look like a normal preppy banker. What a ride!

Ayezak says:

Intimacy vs isolation.
I'm the bridge between the two.

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I'm reviewing for WSC

Phillip filkins says:

My school had saturday detention….. it was fun hearing whatever teacher who had to watch you that day complain how they didn't get paid more for having to do it and how they got picked more then some other teachers and how the Principle must have not liked them as much… 1st time it popped in my head that teachers have drama to..

-FUN MEMES- says:

Adolescence is based on 2 words independentcy and resposibilties nothing else no more parting lol.

Harry Potter says:

tomorrow is the AP psychology test, wish me luck

DryFloor says:

bro wtf why r u rapping? time is of the essence but chill out and let me understand!

sophie ‘N elise says:

that's good

Shima Amiri says:

I owe you my tuition!

OutOfOrder 01 says:

I like those videos but I cannot stand the way this guy speaks.

Annisa Nuriowandari says:

Does this mean it's "impossible" for psychology bachelor students to comprehend human development throughout life stages, because they are still young after all?

I was a psychology student. Planning to continue a post-graduate study next year, so I tried relearning some of the stuffs. And the more I read about adolescence, I started wondering whether I had difficulties on processing some psychology theories because back then I was lacking of the life perspectives? Perhaps I could say the way I understood psychology back then was mostly based on my personal experience and my peers.

Oh, dear God. At least I realize it now lol

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