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Terminology[ edit ] Coined by psychology professor Jeffrey Arnett, emerging adulthood has been known variously as "transition age youth",   "delayed adulthood",  "extended adolescence", "youthhood",  "adultolescence",  and "the twixter years". This is because people in this age group in the United States typically live at home with their parents, are undergoing pubertal changes, attend middle schools and high schools and are involved in a "school-based peer culture".
All of these characteristics are no longer normative after the age of 18, and it is, therefore, considered inappropriate to call young adults "adolescence" or "late adolescence".
Furthermore, in the United States, the age of 18 is the age at which people are able to legally vote and citizens are granted full rights upon turning 21 years of age. Emerging adults are still in the process of obtaining an education, are unmarried, and are childless.
By age thirty, most of these individuals do see themselves as adults, based on the belief that they have more fully formed "individualistic qualities of character" such as self-responsibility, financial independence, and independence in decision-making.
The process of identity formation emerges in adolescence but mostly takes place in emerging adulthood. Regarding love, although adolescents in the United States usually begin dating between ages 12 and 14, they usually view this dating as recreational.
It is not until emerging adulthood that identity formation in love becomes more serious.
Because emerging adults have the possibility of having numerous work experiences, they are able to figure out what type of work they are good at as well find what type of work they want to pursue for the rest of their life. However, emerging adults who have attended college or university have been exposed to and have considered different worldviews, and eventually commit to a worldview that is distinct from the worldview with which they were raised by the end of their college or university career.
Regarding residential status, emerging adults in the United States have very diverse living situations. Some emerging adults end up moving back home after college graduation, which tests the demographic of dependency. During college, they may be completely independent, but that could quickly change afterwards when they are trying to find a full-time job with little direction on where to start their career.
Biological changes[ edit ] Emerging adulthood and adolescence differ significantly with regard to puberty and hormonal development.
Emerging adults have reached a stage of full hormonal maturity and are fully, physically equipped for sexual reproduction. Emerging adulthood is usually thought of as a time of peak physical health and performance as individuals are usually less susceptible to disease and more physically agile during this period than later stages of adulthood.
However, emerging adults are generally more likely to contract sexually transmitted infectionsas well as to adopt unhealthy behavioral patterns and lifestyle choices. Many connections within the brain are strengthened and those that are unused are pruned away.
Areas of the brain used for planning and for processing risk and rewards also undergo important developments during this stage. This is due to the fact that they make fewer impulsive decisions and rely more on planning and evaluating of situations.
While brain structures continue to develop during emerging adulthood, the cognition of emerging adults is an area that receives the majority of attention.Later Adulthood Development Report Kristina Lamey BSHS/ June 5th, Dr.
Laura Cobb, Ph. D * * * Late Adulthood Development Report * Later adulthood is or should be, a time for reflection and acceptance as people evaluate their lives and seek solace in the inevitability of death.
Adolescence and Adulthood The effects of variation Variations in the pace of development lead to complex outcomes. In some respects, those who mature early tend to have an advant-.
Quattro Musser, 17, of Portland, Ore. He and his friends don’t have any interest in drinking alcohol, and he thinks serious dating in high school doesn’t make sense. Emerging adulthood is a phase of the life span between adolescence and full-fledged adulthood which encompasses late adolescence and early adulthood, proposed by Jeffrey Arnett in a article in the American Psychologist.
It primarily describes people living in developed countries, but it is also experienced by young people in urban .
Early Childhood Development's Role in Preventing Violence, Chronic Disease in Adulthood Former Kaiser CEO George Halvorson explains why 'three key years' in early life are or so crucial for hospitals. Later Adulthood Development Report September 2, Later Adulthood is a period of many changes.
According to Zastrow & Kirst-Ashman, “Later adulthood is the last major segment of the life span” (p).