Compare and contrast the physical and hormonal changes in both adolescence and in midlife.

2. Piaget’s final stage is Formal Operations. Explain the hallmark traits of an individual who has reached this stage. Do some researches about how many people actually attain Formal Operations, and then describe any individual from your imaginary family in terms of this question. Tell their traits and why or why not they are displaying Formal Operational Thought. Provide an APA-formatted reference at the end of your answer. (20 points)

3. Fully explain the search for identity during adolescence. Using the adolescent described in your discussions, and using Erikson and Marcia as your primary theorists, please fully describe the struggle for identity along with each of Marcia’s four statuses. Provide an APA-formatted reference at the end of your answer. (20 points)

4. Compare and contrast the physical and hormonal changes in both adolescence and in midlife. In one stage of life we are winding up and in one we are beginning to wind down, in terms of reproductive capacity. What are the major changes and how do these physical and hormonal changes affect the individual in terms of their psychosocial development? Please use people from your imaginary family to apply this knowledge. Provide an APA-formatted reference at the end of your answer. (20 points)

5. To varying degrees as we advance into old age, we have seen how relationships with family, friends, peers, and with other social contacts (church, work, and other affiliations) change. Fully describe those changes in relationships, taking care to mention the appropriate theorists involved, using your imaginary family. Be sure to include love and romance, work, church, friendships, and caretaking roles. Provide an APA-formatted reference at the end of your answer. (20 points)
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