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1

Testicular enlargment begins at what age

9.5

2

SMR 1 male

No pubic hair
Preadolescent penis and testes

3

Smr 2 of male

Pubic hair scanty and long and slightly pigmented
Penis lengthens
Testes larger

4

Smr 4 male

Resembles adult type but less : pubic

Larger, glans and breath increase in size - penis

Larger and dark scrotum - testes

5

At what age does breast budding occur

8 - 12 years old

6

What changes in vocal quality

Rapid enlargement of the larynx, pharynx and lungs

7

Causes of nearsightedness

Elongation of the optic globe

8

What are the dental changes

Jaw growth
Loss of the final deciduous teeth
Eruption of permanent cuspids, premolars and finally molars

9

Somatic change early adolesence

Secondary sex characteristics
Beginning of rapid growth
Awkward appearance

10

Cognitive and moral change early

Concrete operation
Unable to perceive long term outcome of current decision making
Conventional morality

11

Self concept or identity formation

Consciousness about appearance and attractiveness
Fantasy and present oriented

12

Family changes early

Increased need for privacy
Increased bid for independence

13

Peers in early

Seek same sex peer affilitiation to counter instability

14

Sexual in early

Increased in sexual anatomy
Anxities and questions about genital changes size
Limited dating and intimacy

15

Factors that determine menarche

Genetics
Adiposity
Chronic illness
Nutritional status
Type and amount of exercise
Emotional well being

16

Referred as a stereotypical adolescence

Middle adolescence

17

Somatic changes in middle adolescence

Height growth peaks
Body shape and composition
Acne and odor
Menarache and spermache

18

Cognitive and moral middle

Emergence of abstract thought formal operation
Perceive future implication
Questioning more

19

Self concept or identity formation

Attractiveness increasing
Introspection
Stereotypical adolescent

20

Family in middle

Conflicts over control and independence
Struggle for acceptance of greater autonomy

21

Peers in middle

Int3nse peer group involvement
Preoccupation with peer culture
Peers provide behaviroal example

22

Sexual changes in middle

Testing ability to attract partner
Initiation of relationships and sexual activity
Questions of sexual orientation

23

What are the health risk of young people

Smoking
Alcohol
Addiction
Physical activities
Endangering traffic behavior
Eating disorder
Interpersonal relationship
Sexual behavior
Healthy lifestyle