adolescence

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Synonyms for adolescence

Synonyms for adolescence

the time of life between childhood and maturity

Words related to adolescence

the time period between the beginning of puberty and adulthood

in the state that someone is in between puberty and adulthood

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Abdullah, T., (1998), "The Satisfaction With Life Scale (SWLS): Psychometric Properties in an Arabic Speaking Sample", International Journal of Adolesence and Youth, vol.7, pp.113-119.
"When adolesence and children feel embarrassed, it's kind of like the end of the world for them," he added.
The effects of continuous and intermittent ethanol exposure in adolesence on the aversive properties of ethanol during adulthood.
Research Brief: Helping Teens Develop Healthy Social skills And Relationships: What the research Shows about Navigating Adolesence. Retrieved October 20, 2005 from http://www.childtrends.
Best practices in the behavioral management of health from preconception to adolesence; v.3
After setting the stage with a balanced review of the contours of immigration from 1880 to 1925 and of general trends shaping childhood (demographic, economic, etc), Klapper presents a straightforward journey of immigrant children from birth, through childhood, and adolesence to marriage and adulthood.
The reason for this, she suspects, it an increase in epidermal and follicular keratinization in adolesence, while for a dermatologist, the emphasis must be on encouraging young women to use a moisturiser before adolescence because young skin is drier.