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Synonyms for adolescent

Synonyms for adolescent

a young person, usually between the ages of 13 and 19

Synonyms for adolescent

a juvenile between the onset of puberty and maturity

being of the age 13 through 19

displaying or suggesting a lack of maturity

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in the state of development between puberty and maturity

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In absolute terms, 44% of adolescents in the intervention group were fully immunized at that point, compared with 32% in the control group.
One of the most cited theories on adolescent individuation is Blos' theory of second individuation (Blos, 1967).
Alcohol-positive adolescents were identified as either having consumed alcohol within 6 hours of admission or tested positive for alcohol via blood-drawn test, while alcohol-negative adolescents did not report consuming alcohol within 6 hours of admission, did not have a positive blood test or breathalyzer (if administered), and scored 3 or lower on the Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test.
Spontaneous vaginal delivery was significantly more common for adolescent mothers (72%) than for adult mothers (54%).
Adolescent respondents were asked to recall disagreements about specific issues over the past four weeks with their father and mother simultaneously.
We recruited 10 panelists with expertise in adolescent substance use to participate in three day-long workshops covering the different drugs.
Among the reasons suggested by participants for this imbalance is a high prevalence of incarceration among adolescent men, which women linked to drug trade involvement in the wake of a lack of opportunities yielding financial stability and status for men.
Existing health services often fail the world s adolescents (10-19-year-olds).
Each feature story is based on a study published in the Journal of Adolescent Health, which is made freely available to all readers.
Addressing to participants of the launching ceremony, Rana Mashhood Ahmad Khan said the adolescents of ages between nine to nineteen years are significant part of Pakistan's population.
While parental religiosity also plays a role in adolescent risk behavior, little is known about the relationship between all three variables.
In summary, scientific evidence suggests that interventions targeting parents and families can exert powerful influence and are cost-effective in reducing or eliminating health risk behaviors among adolescent children.
Focus groups are often thought of as only being appropriate for adults because of their historic use in marketing research, yet when the social and cognitive developmental needs of adolescents are considered, focus groups can be very effective with adolescent samples.
Titles include "Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Weekly" for addiction professionals, "Mental Health Weekly" for mental health administrators, "Brown University Child & Adolescent Psychopharmacology Update," a monthly that covers specific interventions with children and adolescents, "Brown University Geriatric Psychopharmacology Update," a monthly on the use of psychotropic medications in geriatrics, "Brown University Psychopharmacology Update," a monthly that advises mental health professionals on treating behavior disorders, and "Brown University Child and Adolescent Behavior Letter," a monthly that covers working with troubled children and adolescents.
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