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YOUTH COUNSELING

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counseling which supplies guidance, data, and advisement to youths, generally in early childhood up to the teenage years. Youth counseling might concentrate on any problem which raises concerns or disputes correlated to studying, home life, family, sexuality and gender identification, or peer unions. It might be utilized to counteract low self-image and emotions of inferiority which are frequently felt by youths.

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YOUTH CULTURE

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1. a culture which puts a great value on youth, physical wellbeing and beauty, and the morals, tastes, and practices of young people. This culture tends to negate the morals, experience, and necessities of middle-aged and older people and might generate slight psychological pressures for older adults to acclimate to the culture of youth. 2. the specific society of teens and young adolescents, that frequently i inclusive of types of clothing, talk, music, and actions which are reasonfully at variance to those of the dominant society.

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ZONE OF PROXIMAL DEVELOPMENT

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with regard to Levvygotsky's sociocultural theory, the difference between a kid's actual degree of capacity and the degree of capacity which the kid can attain whenever working under the advisement of a teacher.

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ZYGOTE

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a fertilized egg, or ovum, with a diploid set of chromosomes, half rendered by the mother and half rendered by the father. The zygote separates to come to be an embryo, that keeps separating as it grows and differentiates, gradually growing a fetus when concerning human beings.

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ZYGOTE INTRAFALLOPIAN TRANSFER (ZIFT)

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a type of in vitro fertilization wherein sperm and ova are combined in a laboratory container like a petri dish, and the fertilized eggs are placed into the fallopian tubes.

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