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Adolescence

Adolescence

11th Edition
By Laurence Steinberg
ISBN10: 1259567826
ISBN13: 9781259567827
Copyright: 2017

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Introduction: The Study of Adolescent Development
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