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Adolescence

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  1. Shaktigami
    Results. From 13 years of age, we found a significantly higher incidence of depressive disorders in girls than in boys. More than a fifth of the children with a depression diagnoses in primary school age had a depression relapse in early or late adolescence (early: %; .
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  2. Faugrel
    Define adolescence. adolescence synonyms, adolescence pronunciation, adolescence translation, English dictionary definition of adolescence. the period between puberty and adulthood, usually considered the teen years Not to be confused with: adolescents – youths, teenagers, minors n. 1.
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  3. Tygojinn
    noun the transitional period between puberty and adulthood in human development, extending mainly over the teen years and terminating legally when the age of majority is reached; youth. the process or state of growing to maturity. a period or stage of development, as of a society, preceding maturity.
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  4. Gajora
    Adolescence is the transitional stage from childhood to adulthood that occurs between ages 13 and The physical and psychological changes that take place in adolescence often start earlier.
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  5. Mezibar
    adolescence But the idea of an ageless self is also supported by developmental psychological theories, where the development after adolescence is seldom considered. From Cambridge English Corpus A .
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  6. Mazshura
    The Journal of Adolescence is an international, broad based, cross-disciplinary journal that addresses issues of professional and academic importance concerning development between puberty and the attainment of adult status within society. Our focus is specifically .
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  7. Dakora
    Adolescence Adolescence is the period of psychological and social transition between childhood and adulthood. As a transitional stage of human development it represents the period of time during.
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  8. Goshura
    During adolescence (ages 10–19), girls and boys begin to interact with the world in new ways – taking chances, learning skills and experiencing unfamiliar emotions. They venture beyond their families to form powerful connections with peers.
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