Adolescence

Adolescence
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Adolescence Cognitive And Moral Development
The physical changes of puberty are accompanied by changes in adolescent thinking and moral reasoning. As adolescent thinking becomes more logical and abstract, it is limited by adolescent egocentrism. Additionally,…
Adolescence Physical Growth And Development
During adolescence, physical changes deeply affect an individual's self-concept. This impact is intensified when maturation is early or late. We discuss nutritional disorders, teen pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases, drug/alcohol use,…
Adolescence Social And Emotional Development
The search for identity is one of the major tasks of life, and it begins in earnest, during adolescence. This program explores some of the factors that influence a teenager's…

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