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that might be engaged by the users ( Király, Nagygyörgy, Koronczai, Griffiths, & Demetrovics, 2015 ). Adolescence Adolescents have consistently been studied in relation to IA risk because they present with high prevalence and

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, K. C. (2003). The development of purpose during adolescence. Applied Developmental Science, 7 , 119–128. Darling, N., & Steinberg, L. (1993). Parenting style as context: An integrative model. Psychological Bulletin, 113

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Alsaker, F., Olweus, D. (1986): Assessment of global negative self-evaluations and perceived stability of self in Norwegian preadolescents and adolescents. Journal of Early Adolescence , 6: 269

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Barry, M. C., Nelson, L. J. (2005): The role of religion in the transition to adulthood for young emerging adults. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 34: 245—255. Benkő A. (1998): A személyiség

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large body of research on PIU has focused on adolescents and early adulthood, whereas few studies have investigated interpersonal and individual variables potentially accounting for PIU onset in early adolescence (e.g., Lim & Nam, 2018 ). Early

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.039) group. The rest of HI 7 group was higher than that of the C 7 ( p  = 0.028) group. Table IV. Mean ± SD of the offensive aggressive behavior of rats during adolescence

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, 2014 ; Kuss & Griffiths, 2012a ; Petry et al., 2014 ; Torres-Rodríguez, Griffiths, & Carbonell, 2018 ; Williams, Yee, & Caplan, 2008 ; World Health Organization [WHO], 2014 ). Adolescence is typically viewed as a life stage where vulnerability to

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is particularly relevant. Adolescence is a sensitive life period in terms of nutrition [ 7 ]. This is because during adolescence a child’s lifestyle usually changes in drastic ways due to increased autonomy from the parents and the impact of

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The are countless references to the development of a new  phase  of life between childhood and adulthood (referred to as post-adloscence) in the technical literature of sociology. Different theoretical models  have been developed in sociology to interpret postadolescence. After the discussion of the  models, a new  model is indruced in this  contribution. The forms and "timing" determining how and when young people leave their parents'  house house regarded as the most  important consitutive characteristic of the postadolescent phase in this model. It is thereby assumed that this detachment from the parents' house is regarded as the most important consitutive characteristic of the postadolescent phase in this model. It is thereby assumed that this detachment from the parents' house  is dependent upon surrounding macro-structural  social conditions. In this model, the  following detachment dimensions are regarded as significant: legal dimension, household dimension, economic-fianacial dimension, social dimension,  emotional dimension. The analysis of the process of detachment based upon these dimensions reveals that postponed partial detachment, succesive detachment, and reversibile detachment are all consitutive elements of post-adolescence. The fact that young people  who have reached legal adulthood  remain in many respect dependent upon  their parents, remains  an important facet of post-adolescence. The analysis also reveals  that  post-adolescence cannot be clearly defined based upon the criteria  of age , with regard to "youth or "adulthood". It is therefore an empirical question who and how many members  of a  specific age category of young adults (i.e. 20-25 years  or 30 year olds) find themselves  in the post-adolescent phase according to the theoretically proven criteria.

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J. R. Taylor M. N. Potenza 2003 Developmental neurocircuitry of motivation in adolescence: A critical period of addiction vulnerability

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