Adolescence, Parents and Development
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The paper discusses how the parent-child relationship is a dynamic, two-way process which affects the parents more than their adolescent child. The paper looks at some of the most compelling evidence of storm and stress in the adolescent's parents.
From the Paper:"Adolescence is characterized in many ways - as a physical transition from childhood to adulthood, the maturing of cognitive processes, the development of sexuality, interaction with others and the development of a sense of self. This stage is perhaps the most dynamic of all the developmental stages in human life as rapid physical development, the development formal mental processes, the emergence of new emotions such as love and the sometimes volatile interactions of the adolescents with other adolescents and adults intertwine to form a rich experience. The social interaction of the adolescent in particular may be quantitatively high..."
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