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How going to college could affect health, wellbeing and life opportunities
enhanced stimulation / brain exercise / memory / sense of achievement / enhanced confidence and self-esteem / pride / new friendships / new qualification / closer relationship
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Possible impacts of negative relationships on an adults emotional and social development
loss of trust / anxiety / isolation / feeling helpless / low self-esteem / poor communication / aggressive behaviour / no self-respect / unable to share / not feeling valued
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How could positive self-concept affect emotional and social development?
able to relate more to people / highly motivated / feel safe and secure / high self-esteem / more confidence / ambitious
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How could negative self-concept affect emotional and social development?
low confidence / withdrawn / isolated / angry / low opinion of self / lack of trust / poor communication / not feeling valued / doesn't want to contribute / low self-esteem
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Impact of puberty on physical development
growth spurt / breasts / menstruation / hips widen / spots / reproductive organs grow / pubic or underarm hair / hormone changes
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Impacts of puberty on emotional development
anxious / high or low self-esteem / mood swings / angry / stressed / insecure / excited / gain or lose confidence / embarrassed / self-conscious / confused
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Impact of redundancy/unemployment on physical development
lacking energy / sleep more / increase or decrease in exercise – stamina, strength, suppleness / increase or decrease in weight / self harm / drug or alcohol abuse
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Impact of redundancy/unemployment on intellectual development
lack of motivation / more reading time / writing letters of application / preparation for interviews / start a new course / learn new skills
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Impact of redundancy/unemployment on emotional development
lowered confidence / low self-esteem / feeling a failure / lacking or increased motivation / feeling dejected / frustration / anger / anxious / less pressure / reduced or increased stress
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Impact of redundancy/unemployment on social development
Loss of social contacts / more time for family and friends / becomes isolated / poor role model / better relationships
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How could anorexia affect physical development?
Weight loss / Vomiting / Being cold / Lethargic / sleep more / Fine downy hair (lanugo) growing on their body / More hair on their face / Stop menstruation / Under-nourished / Death / Self-harming / Loss of appetite / Loss of energy / Fragile bones /
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How could anorexia affect intellectual development?
distracted / unable to concentrate / less focus / too ill to study / not able to learn new skills / calculating calories
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How could anorexia affect emotional development?
Distorted body image / Afraid / Low self-esteem / self-image / self-concept / Angry / Worried / Depressed / Hide feelings / Empowerment / Obsessive / Shy / Stressed / Embarrassed / Suicidal / Introverted
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How could anorexia affect social development?
isolated / loss of social contacts due to missing school / loss of interest in activities
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Impact of giving birth to twins on physical development
Tiredness / Loss of sleep / Stress related headaches / Back ache / Weight loss or gain / Exhausted / Energised
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Impact of giving birth to twins on intellectual development
Unable to focus / More alert / New skills / Increase knowledge
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Impact of giving birth to twins on emotional development
Security / Stress / Anxiety / Anger / Frustration / Moody / Happy / Post-natal depression / Low or high self-esteem, self-image or self-concept
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Impact of giving birth to twins on social development
Loved / Security / Proud / Confidence / Loss of social contacts or increase in social contacts / Isolation
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Possible ways a book club and walking group could affect social development
Develop new friendships meeting new people / More people to interact with / Go to different social events / Team work / Ability to listen / Confidence / Will not feel isolated
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Possible ways a book club and walking group could affect intellectual development
Enhanced knowledge / Discussions of book themes / Reading / Enhancing vocabulary / Formulate own opinions and ideas / Map reading / Internet skills to research / Imagination / Stimulate brain / Problem solving skills / Concentration / Communication s
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How parents relationships with their child affects the child's emotional development
Security / Safe / Feeling wanted / Loved / Motivation / Confidence / Scared / Frightened / Raised or lowered self-esteem / Angry / Frustrated / Guilty
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How parents relationships with their child affects the child's social development
Norms of behaviour / Enhanced social contacts / Differing social activities / Independence / Too dependent / Isolated from friends / Feel ‘smothered’ / Un-cooperative / Rebellious
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How parents relationships with their children affect the child's intellectual development
Vocabulary / Numbers / Reading / Writing / Developing imagination / Knowledge / skills / Forced into activities – disengagement / Lack of challenge – not fulfilling potential / Lack of stimulation / lack of attainment
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How a partner's death could affect physical development
Weight loss or gain/ Self harming / Physical effects of mental health issues – stress headaches/ panic attacks/ loss of sleep
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How a partner's death could affect intellectual development
Lack of concentration / Distraction / Loss of focus
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How a partner's death could affect emotional development
Depressed / Stress / Distraught / Angry / Frustrated / Relieved / Loneliness / Loss of security / Guilt / Lack of motivation
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How a partner's death could affect intellectual development
Less independence / Improved or loss of relationships / Social isolation / Loss of social contacts / Reduced social activities
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Impact of low income on a person's physical development
Weight loss or gain / High blood pressure / Loss of sleep – tired / Cold – hypothermia / Poor nutrition – obesity or anorexia / diabetes / Malnourished / Lowered immune system
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Impact of low income on a person's intellectual development
Lack of concentration or focus / Poorer educational attainment - lack of facilities or resources
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Impact of low income on a person's emotional development
Scared / Frightened / Lack of motivation / Lack of confidence / Depression / Stress / Withdrawn / Ashamed / Embarrassed / Insecure / Angry / Jealous / Humiliated
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Impact of low income on a person's social development
Isolation / Dependency on others for support / Not able to socialise / Loss of confidence / Loss of friends / Loss of cultural experiences / Bullying
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How family relationships can affect physical development
Diet – weight – maintained or obesity / Exercise – depends on encouragement or not / Attitude to sleep – tired / alert / Personal hygiene
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How family relationships can affect intellectual development
Support – books / time to complete homework – attainment / concentration / Role models – ambition to aspire to be successful / Discussions / Skills / Knowledge
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How family relationships can affect emotional development
Love / Security / Insecure / Trust / Not afraid to show emotions / Scared – abuse / harsh discipline / Deprived of affection – unable to show feelings / Low or high self-esteem – depends on praise from parents / Aggression / Withdrawn – poor relatio
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How family relationships can affect social development
Isolated / Effective interactions / Able to discuss topics / Poor or enhanced social skills / Meet new people
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Impacts of older adulthood on physical development
Loss of hearing / eyesight / Loss of elasticity in skin / Height reduced / Less efficient cardiovascular system, respiratory system, digestive system / More prone to illness / Reduced mobility / Frail / Lowered immune system
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Impacts of older adulthood on intellectual development
Dementia / Alzheimer’s / Loss of memory / Discussions / Reading / crossword puzzles – great stimulation / Pass on knowledge / wisdom
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Impacts of older adulthood on emotional development
Afraid / Secure / insecurity / Low or high self-esteem / Proud / Contentment / Feels useless / Scared / Frustrated / Depression
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Impacts of older adulthood on social development
More or less social contacts / Isolation / Role in family / Loss of independence
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How self-concept could be affected by gender and education
Value of self / Confidence / Feeling belittled / Worthless / Worthy / Secure / Fear of failure / Proud / Marginalised / Self-esteem / Self-image / Assured of self / Anxious / Disappointed / Stereotyped / Inferior / Inequality / Ashamed
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How physical activity affects physical development
Increase in stamina or fitness / Increase in muscle tone / Increase in strength / Weight loss or gain / Dehydration / Broken limbs / Sprained muscles / Heart palpitations / Hand – eye co-ordination / Suppleness / More energetic / Release of endorphin
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How physical activity affects intellectual development
Knowledge of rules / Discussion re strategies / Being reflective / Evaluating the outcome / Enhance concentration / More alert
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How physical activity affects emotional development
Self-esteem / Stress reliever / Confidence / Anger / Frustration
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How physical activity affects social development
Interaction / Sharing / Conflict / Friendships / Listening / Independence / dependent on other players
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How could living with a partner positively affect social development
Confident / Sharing / Discussion / Enhanced social contacts
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How could living with a partner negatively affect social development
Isolated from others / Withdrawing from other people / Limited conversation or interactions / Dependency / Arguments
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How could living with a partner positively affect emotional development
Secure / Safe / High self-esteem / Trust / Proud / Develop a closer bond / Feeling supported
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How could living with a partner negitively affect emotional development
Stress / Anxious / Feeling smothered / Guilty / Bored
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How could enrolling in an evening course at college affect intellectual development?
debate with others / talking / interaction / read newspapers/books / form different opinions / take part in discussions / increased vocabulary / increased skills / completion of comprehension questions / additional qualifications / consideration of o
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How could abuse affect development?
Emotional- loss of confidence / lowered self-esteem / scared/frightened / withdrawn / angry / depression / stressed / anxious / ashamed / becoming more determined and self-assured, Social- becoming socially isolated / withdrawing from social events /
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How could relationships play a positive part in social development
greater circle of friends / meet new people / enhanced confidence in social situations / awareness of other people’s needs in social situations / wider variety of activities to pursue / greater self-awareness / ability to start conversations / abilit
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Negative effects of being made redundant on development
loss of confidence / less income / lowered self-esteem / stress / isolation / loss of social contacts / feeling worthless
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Positive effects of being made redundant on development
able to pursue other hobbies / more time to spend with family / reduced stress / time for self-reflection
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loss of trust / anxiety / isolation / feeling helpless / low self-esteem / poor communication / aggressive behaviour / no self-respect / unable to share / not feeling valued

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Possible impacts of negative relationships on an adults emotional and social development

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able to relate more to people / highly motivated / feel safe and secure / high self-esteem / more confidence / ambitious

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low confidence / withdrawn / isolated / angry / low opinion of self / lack of trust / poor communication / not feeling valued / doesn't want to contribute / low self-esteem

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growth spurt / breasts / menstruation / hips widen / spots / reproductive organs grow / pubic or underarm hair / hormone changes

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