Cutting-edge science, personalized for today’s students. As a well-respected researcher, Laurence Steinberg connects current research with real-world application, helping students see the similarities and differences in adolescent development across different social, economic, and cultural backgrounds. Through an integrated, personalized digital learning program, students gain the insight they need to study smarter, stay focused, and improve their performance.
The Boundaries of Adolescence
A Framework for Studying Adolescence
Theoretical Perspectives on Adolescence
Stereotypes Versus Scientific Study
PART 1: The Fundamental Changes of Adolescence
Chapter 1: Biological Transitions
Chapter 2: Cognitive Transitions
Chapter 3: Social Transitions
PART 2: The Contexts of Adolescence
Chapter 4: Families
Chapter 5: Peer Groups
Chapter 6: Schools
Chapter 7: Work, Leisure, and Media
PART 3: Psychosocial Development During Adolescence
Chapter 8: Identity
Chapter 9: Autonomy
Chapter 10: Intimacy
Chapter 11: Sexuality
Chapter 12: Achievement
Chapter 13: Psychosocial Problems in Adolescence
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