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New Child Development Theory: Adolescence Center Available

Kathryn Patricelli, MA Updated: Nov 19th 2010

We wanted to let you know about an exciting new addition to our site.

We’ve added a brand new center – Child Development Theory: Adolescence. This center describes an adolescent's physical, cognitive, emotional, social, moral, and gender identity & sexual development during the adolescent years occurring between approximately ages 12 and 24. It is part of our Child Development and Parenting series exploring what we know about how children grow and what they need from parents in order to develop from birth through adolescence.

In the coming months, we will be adding additional material relevant to the adolescent period including a detailed parenting article and an adolescent sexuality article.

 

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