Risks to Adolescents

Adolescents are believed to be risk takers. This means that people from this age group are unique in their desire to take risks. It is reported that adolescents take a few seconds longer than adults in deciding the correct thing to do given certain options. This tendency of adolescents is documented in different choices they […]

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Sexuality, Schooling, and Adolescent Females

We cannot stop today’s youth from exploring and experimenting on their abilities, boundaries, and sexuality. Thus, we cannot stop them from engaging in sexual activities. What we can do is educate them so that they will be aware, informed, and responsible. Sexual education in school curriculum can help us pursue this end. Michelle Fine, in […]

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Adolescent Psychology: In View of Cult and Religion

Part of adolescent life is the development of his or her moral values. Whether we like it or not, as adolescents we are exposed to various situations and events that require the application of our moral values. Religion preference is one decision we need to resolve. Whether we choose to involve or choose not to […]

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Adolescence and giftedness

Many problems are faced by students who are highly creative. This includes the need to conform to the majority, seemingly lacking in motivation, lack of insights into their asynchronicity, the parental lack in terms of knowledge or understanding into their child’s dilemmas, underachievement and a host of others. These are further complicated by lack of […]

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Adolescent PSY

They say men are from Mars and women are from Venus. The lengths at which these genders clash with each other in all aspects of life are unimaginable. Men do not prefer to show their emotions and as hard as they possibly can, they keep it to themselves.

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Adolescent Interview Paper

Tristan, as he prefers to be named in this paper, is a high school sophomore. He was very eager to participate in the interview, seeing it as a way to let his feelings out. He is a sixteen year old Asian teenager whose family just migrated to America a little more than a couple of […]

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Adolescent Drug Use

Drug use among adolescents is, unfortunately, a common problem in many communities. People at this age are naturally curious, and drugs works as an irresistible temptation to them. Adolescents with a history of substance abuse or depression are the likely victims of drug abuse.

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Adolescent development

In The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain represents to the reader the development of an adolescent Huck, who is undoubtedly a young person to be admired. We see Huck develop in character, attitude and maturity as he travels down the Mississippi River.

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Binge Eating Disorder and Adolescent Health

Binge eating is a dangerous, under recognized and under treated eating disorder. It is associated with a number of other physical and psychological problems. Binge eating can cause a self-perpetuating process that leads to lifelong physical problems. Those who engage in binge eating are often viewed as gluttons who simply refuse to control their own […]

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Adolescent Addiction

There are two opposing views to characterize adolescence. The first is a stage of experimentation, growth and excitement, a springboard into a productive and progressive young adulthood. The second is a stage of familial perturbations and inner conflicts that are indispensable antecedents to growth, but possibly as well to alienation, indifference and dysfunction.

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