Adolescence and Intellectual Development

Duration: 3 hours

Family often complain about the change in a person from a sweet, fun child into a bratty teenager. Behavioural changes are often the result of ongoing cognitive development, and attempts by the adolescent to make use of and expand on newly forming cognitive skills. In this course, you'll learn about some of the intellectual changes that occur in adolescence and how to work toward optimum outcomes for all.


Please note: Course notes are provided in PDF format for your convenience and can be downloaded to print or view on your device.

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